No Way Home had a lot to recommend it. Multiple bad guys made a comeback, Doctor Strange stepped in to save the day, and three Spider-Men joined forces in the same flick. But as amazing as all of that was, it was Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock’s reappearance that really caught everyone’s attention.
Daredevil fans have been pleading with Marvel Studios since the Netflix series was canceled, and it appears that Marvel Studios has listened. His appearance in costume has been confirmed with the release of the new trailer for She-Hulk.
Even though fans will like seeing him appear in other MCU productions, they’ll not sure want him to star in his own series as well. Good thing Marvel is on the same page, since a new Disney+ show is in the works, and the number of episodes is very impressive.
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Daredevil Season 4 to Debut Soon
For a variety of reasons, 18 Daredevil episodes are insane. Most Marvel shows on Disney+ have six episodes. A 13-episode order for Charlie Cox’s Netflix series speaks volumes about Marvel’s faith in the character and the show’s direction. As yet, it’s unclear if this show is a direct continuation of the Netflix series or not.
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Fans have long argued about whether or not the previous program should be considered canonic, but Marvel Studios has never made an official statement on the subject.
Daredevil Season 4 is likely to acknowledge prior stories selectively, but not adhere to every single event that occurred. At the very least, Marvel should bring Bullseye back, given the villain’s motivations were clearly laid out at the conclusion of Season 3.
It is anticipated that Disney+ subscribers will be able to see Daredevil: Born Again in early 2024. Stay tuned with us only on Lee Daily