DAREDEVIL Has Officially Been Cancelled After Three Seasons


Many people had a feeling that this move was on the horizon but to hear it officially makes it real and even kind of stings. Daredevil has officially been cancelled by Netflix after three seasons. If you remember last month Netflix had already cancelled both Luke Cage and Iron Fist.  This news comes from an exclusive in Deadline.

In a statement given by the streaming platform to Deadline, Netflix says, “Marvel’s Daredevil will not return for a fourth season on Netflix. 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. We’re thankful to showrunner Erik Oleson, the show’s writers, stellar crew and incredible cast including Charlie Cox as Daredevil himself, and we’re grateful to the fans who have supported the show over the years. While the series on Netflix has ended, the three existing seasons will remain on the service for years to come, while the Daredevil character will live on in future projects for Marvel.”

The timing of this is interested as it comes only one month after Daredevil returned with its new season after a long break. With this cancellation there are two more Marvel properties as Netflix series The Punisher and Jessica Jones. Both of which may also be on the chopping block as the Marvel TV run on the platform is nearing an end as Disney gears up for their own streaming service Disney+. As of now the two upcoming seasons of The Punisher and Jones  are set to run as currently scheduled.

The cancellation of Daredevil comes while there has been much talk of strained relations between Netflix and Marvel TV which became evident when the SVOD player abruptly pulled the plug on a third season of Luke Cage after the scripts had been written, and a formal renewal had been considered a foregone conclusion.

There is more that plays a part in the ending of the series. In addition to the inevitable “creative differences,” there also had been talk of the parties’ not being able to reach a deal. The Marvel shows on Netflix are costly to make, even with New York’s generous tax credits. Back in 2013, the streamer paid top dollar for the series that it doesn’t own. With the high cost, there has been pressure on the Marvel series to go above and beyond in performance and viewership. Which is something that was easier early on when they were among a handful of Netflix originals but is getting harder today as they compete more shows with an incredible amount of buzz that come to the network.

Additionally, Netflix and Marvel TV have been arguing over the season orders. Being part of the first wave of Netflix original series, all Marvel series have produced 13-episode seasons. But Netflix has since switched to seasons of 10 episodes and has been pressuring Marvel TV to switch to fewer episodes, which the company had been resisting.

But not to fret fans of the devil of Hell’s Kitchen there is one line in that statement by Marvel that offers some glimmer of hope, “the Daredevil character will live on in future projects for Marvel.”Hopefully this means we will see Matt Murdock appear on the big screen sometime soon.

‘Daredevil’ First Look Trailer Gives Us Our First Look at Bullseye


New York Comic Con is in full swing and we are getting more and more looks into the third season of Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix. This time around we are getting a look at the super villain known as BULLSEYE.

Today at the con the Netflix series revealed that new FBI agent Benjamin Poindexter (Wilson Bethel, joining the cast) will become the iconic Marvel character Bullseye.

Check out this epic trailer and see if it doesn’t pump you up more.

“One of the greatest villains in comic books,” is how showrunner Erik Oleson described Bullseye. Season 3 will tell the tale of how agent Ben Poindexter, under the psychological manipulation of returning Wilson Fisk, becomes supervillain Bullseye. It will also be based upon the legendary Daredevil story arc “Born Again”.

Daredevil Goes Back In Black And Wilson Fisk Is In White In Season 3 Trailer


The devil of Hell’s Kitchen is back in the official trailer for the third season of Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix. This go round we see the lawyer turned vigilante in his original Black ninja uniform as he works to save not only himself but his reputation from a new villain who has take possession of his iconic devil suit.

Along with the imposter who we believe to be the super villain, Bullseye in the devil suit, Matt Murdock must now deal with a freed from prison Wilson Fisk who threatens to reveal his true identity to the world.

The trailer is action packed and just see for yourself

Daredevil returns to Netflix on October 19th

Daredevil Teaser Gives An Iconic Look


The devil is Hell’s Kitchen is set to rise again on Netflix with the 3rd season of Daredevil. Many have heard that this season will go along with the “Born Again” storyline where Matt Murdock’s true identity is revealed, his is disbarred and his life is made a living hell by Wilson Fisk better known as Kingpin.

Many of the teasers we have seen show Murdock go back to his black ninja suit that we saw in the first season. But now a new teaser trailer shows Murdock (played by Charlie Cox) burning what appears  to be a white dress shirt covered in blood symbolizing he is burning his Alter Ego and embracing his true identity of Daredevil.

One of the most exciting things about the teaser is we finally see Wilson Fisk (played by Vincent D’onofrio) put on his iconic white suit. There is no sight of the cane just yet but who knows what this season will bring.

Check out the teaser below

Daredevil returns to Netflix on October 19th.

Luke Cage begins production on Season 2


It doesn’t seem to be slowing down or stopping for unbreakable Power Man more affectionately known as Luke Cage.

Now first this summer Luke will join forces with Matt Murdock, Jessica Jones and Danny Rand in Marvel’s The Defenders on Netflix and now production has begun on Season 2 of the highly popular series.

In the usual Marvel fashion we have no idea what’s going to happen in season two, but star Mike Colter has said it may deal with Luke’s public identity as the bulletproof hero of Harlem. And there has to be some effect from what happens in The Defenders.

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Though Rosario Dawson’s Claire Temple is set to be in The Defenders, it is not known if she will appear in season two of Luke Cage. Source: cheatsheet.com

Also expected to return are Simone Missick as Misty Knight, Theo Rossi as Shades and Alfre Woodard as Mariah Dillard.

Marvel’s Netflix series have a full slate planned for the next year. The Defenders premieres Aug. 18 followed by The Punisher later this year. Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage will debut new seasons in 2018.


With having seen season 1 and now rolling into Marvel’s The Defenders are you excited for season 2? What potential Marvel villian would you like to see? Who would you like to see portray them?

We have a “Defenders” trailer


Well it’s no longer just a teaser, we have an official trailer for the upcoming Netflix series Marvel’s The Defenders and we get kind of an idea how somethings come together.

We open with Det. Misty Knight interrogating Jessica Jones about interfering in a police case resulting in someone’s death until she is interrupted by her “new attorney” in Matt Murdock  (Daredevil). From there we see a freed from prison Luke Cage who reconnects with Claire Temple who tells him he should meet someone, who turns out to be Danny Rand stopping an assailant in an alley.

From there many interactions happen including Danny attempting to use the Iron Fist on Luke to no avail and a voice over monologue from Stick, Daredevil’s old teacher, talking how the four need to work together in “the battle for New York”. We even see Electra in the Hand’s mysterious Resurrection drum.

In this trailer we also get our first real look into Sigourney Weaver’s “Alexandria” Adnan yet still don’t know much more about her but what we she is she is surrounded by what can be assumed to be members of the Hand.

There is SO MUCH MORE but we want you to check out the the trailer before for yourself and let us know does this get you excited for the August premiere.

Marvel’s The Defenders gives release date in tricky fashion


Let the official countdown commence. We now have a release date for the arrival of Marvel’s newest ensemble of heroes.

The Defenders which brings together Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist will hit Netflix on August 18th 2017. A teaser clip which shows the foursome in an elevator for Midland Circle Security. When Jessica Jones realizes that they are being watched she smashesaid the camera and the timestamp stops at 08:18:20:17 then the video ends.