The bloodbath continues: Netflix cancels Daredevil after three seasons

The bloodbath continues: Netflix cancels Daredevil after three seasons

However, the statement that announces Netflix cancelled Daredevil seemed to suggest the series would return on the Disney streaming service Disney Plus.

The decision not to renew Daredevil comes after similar decisions for third seasons of Luke Cage and Iron Fist.

Disney-owned Marvel wisely produced a statement in the moments that followed the show's cancellation, in sensing they stood the risk of alienating fans if they didn't say something, anything.

'We are tremendously proud of the show's last and final season and although it's painful for the fans, we feel it best to close this chapter on a high note'.

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Superhero series "Daredevil", the first of Netflix's Marvel Universe shows, has become the latest to face the axe, cancelled after a three-season run.

Hulu is supposed to be the home of more adult-themed content, while Disney+ is going to be offering more family-friendly fare. But considering Daredevil was Netflix's flagship Marvel series, the fates of both Punisher and Jessica Jones look grim. Given the option of keeping everything in-house (most notably the profits), or sharing it with another service, the answer is obvious for Disney.

While possibly no one outside of the cast and crew will miss Iron Fist, Daredevil fans aren't taking the news lying down. If you aren't in the mood for a tv show we highly recommend the film Outlaw King, starring Chris Pine. We wouldn't place your bets on either show getting renewed following their upcoming seasons' debuts in 2019.

Further proof of this: Jessica Jones and Luke Cage both started production on Season 3 nearly immediately after their seasons dropped earlier this year. Comicbook.com also points out that it's possible that the Daredevil character might end up on Marvel's other partner channels and services, like ABC, Freeform or Hulu. Both have new seasons in the pipeline that are now slated to air on Netflix as planned, according to Deadline's sources. Heck, maybe there's even a way for Marvel to keep the same casts and port them over to a new show with a different title, like The New Adventures of Daredevil or something. Season 3 of Daredevil just premiered to positive reviews from fans and critics, just like the previous two seasons, but it is believed that viewership has continued to decline, which may or may not have been the deciding factor for the cancellation.

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