A new Daredevil series will be produced on Disney+, and now we know it’s actually a continuation of a Netflix production.
information was informed by Hollywood Reporter, who highlighted that this is the first Marvel series made on Netflix to receive a sequel on Disney+. “Daredevil” premiered in 2015, and featured Matt Murdock’s version of Charlie Cox, a blind lawyer with the secret identity of a vigilante Daredevil.
In total, the series ran for three seasons, totaling 39 episodes until it was cancelled, as well as other Marvel series on Netflix: “Jessica Jones”, “Luke Cage”, “Iron Fist” and “The Punisher”. “. In addition to the miniseries that brought them all together, “Defender”. Most recently, they all entered the Disney+ catalog in the United States.
Cox has already returned to play Daredevil after the series was cancelled. He made a cameo in “Spider-Man: No Homecoming”. In addition to him, Vincent D’Onofrio appeared in “Hockey” as Wilson Fisk, the kingpin.
Early news was that a new Daredevil series was in development on Disney+, with Matt Corman and Chris Ord serving as writers and executive producers. Netflix’s “Daredevil” series showrunners Eric Olson and Steven S. DeKnight expressed excitement on social media seeing the new production taking place. “Excited to hear that Daredevil continues! Best cast and fanbase ever!” DeKnight agreed below, Olsson said on Twitter.
For now, the upcoming Marvel series from Netflix has yet to enter the Disney+ catalog in Brazil.
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