Fans furious after Netflix cancels Marvels ‘Daredevil

Marvel’s Daredevil has been cancelled by Netflix

Marvel’s Daredevil has been cancelled by Netflix

That's the unfortunate fate that befell Daredevil after his fellow Defenders Luke Cage and Iron Fist also fell at the hands of Netflix's execs.

Netflix cancelled the hit Marvel series "Daredevil" after its three seasons which caused fans all across the world heartbroken and furious.

The existing three seasons will remain on Netflix, and the streamer said Matt Murdock and his crime-fighting alias Daredevil "will live on in future projects for Marvel". It becomes the third Marvel show on Netflix to get canceled in two months, following the axing of Iron Fist and Luke Cage in October. Now, "Jessica Jones" and "The Punisher" are Netflix's only remaining Marvel series.

Why is Netflix cancelling Marvel shows?

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If this turns out to be Disney grappling control over its properties for its streaming service next year, its likely this is the end for Charlie's run.

Daredevil Season 3 was incredible, and the fact that the show's writers were genuinely excited by the prospect of a fourth season won't make things any easier, but it's important to remember that things ended on a relatively high note. Then surprising most, Luke Cage was cancelled even though almost half of the scripts had been written for a third season. We wouldn't place your bets on either show getting renewed following their upcoming seasons' debuts in 2019. Meanwhile, Disney has already begun pulling its Marvel films from Netflix. It comes as Marvel's owner, Disney, prepares to launch its own streaming service to rival Netflix. (Although Marvel's Runaways is now airing on Hulu, and that's not exactly TV-MA material.) Earlier this month, Disney CEO Bob Iger talked about wanting to invest more in Hulu and increase its programming, and adding shows like these would be a good way to do that.

Further proof of this: Jessica Jones and Luke Cage both started production on Season 3 nearly immediately after their seasons dropped earlier this year.

The series' second season soundtrack treated hip-hop fans to new music from rap icon Rakim. Still, we probably should have seen this coming.

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