Marvel is “looking for more adventures” with Daredevil

A small Hope opens for Daredevil fans (2015-2018). After Netflix confirmed that it will not broadcast a fourth season of the series, Marvel has stated in a statement that they are “looking for more adventures” for the ‘fearless man’. But to what extent does this declaration of intent leave the door open to new deliveries?

The series starring Charlie Cox (who plays Matt Murdock) was the first Marvel label production to reach the streaming platform. And, despite success, the agreement has come to an end much earlier than expected. “We are tremendously proud of the last season and, although it is painful for fans, we feel it is best to close this issue to the top,” says Netflix Dome, which launched the third season of fiction on October 19.

Be that as it may, Marvel believes that Daredevil can stretch much longer and it seems that they will offer the series to other networks to please their followers. At least, so they insinuate. “It’s been an incredible journey. We are looking forward to seeing more adventures of the ‘fearless man’ in the future,” they commented.

Where could we see more of Daredevil?

Rumors about Daredevil do not stop and many specialized portals point to Disney Plus as their new home, which is logical considering that Disney bought Marvel for 2.8 billion in 2009. It should be clarified that this new ‘streaming’ platform will arrive in our country in 2019. In this sense, the latest official Twitter post in the series, which reads in an image: “justice never stops”, is very revealing.

Daredevil, a philo

Daredevil is one of the most admired characters in the Marvel Universe. As early as 1975, a television adaptation was planned that failed to see the light and, in 2003, 20th Century Fox released a film about him with Ben Affleck as the protagonist.

It has also served as an inspiration for animation series or video games, reaching the category of icon. Do not forget that Matt Murdock was created by the recently deceased Stan Lee and artist Bill Everett.

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