Two years have passed since Netflix cancelled Daredevil. The TV version of Marvel’s vision-impaired superhero, was cancelled due to a rights commotion that also wiped out Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, and more.
The deal was that Marvel Studios would not be able to launch any movie or TV content involving the character for two years. Marvel is now moved to their parent company’s streamer, Disney+.
Now that two years have elapsed, and the show’s masses of fans were fast to plea for a reboot.
Daredevil advocates took to Twitter on Sunday and launced a hashtag, #SaveDaredevil, to inspire the comics giant to bring it back.
As people are brash for a return of the original cast and crew when the post and the hashtag went viral, it’s not distinctive if that’s possible two years later.
Although a fan’s love may be everlasting, actors and crew members have bills to pay, and they may not be available to return. The show ran for three seasons from 2015 to 2018, starred Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer who moonlight as a masked vigilante who can use his heightened senses to take on crime.
The character was previously turned into a big budget movie back in 2003, starring Ben Affleck as Murdock.