The Marvel Netflix show Daredevil has been canceled. 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.
In a statement to Deadline, Netflix confirmed Daredevil’s third season, which premiered in October, was its last. “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.”
Netflix thanked showrunner Erik Oleson, as well as the writers, cast, and crew, while the network also said it was grateful to the fans who watched the show since it premiered in 2015.
Daredevil’s three seasons will stay on Netflix “for years to come,” Netflix said, adding that you can expect to see Daredevil the character in “future projects” from Marvel.
Charlie Cox played Daredevil on the Netflix show, with a supporting cast led by Vincent D’Onofrio.
With Daredevil’s cancellation, Netflix now has just two Marvel shows that continue production: Jessica Jones and The Punisher. Marvel’s move away from Netflix is not all that surprising, given parent company Disney is launching a streaming service of its own, Disney+, in 2019.
The Deadline report also offers some insight into the relationship between Netflix and Marvel, and it sounds less than great. Netflix and Marvel reportedly clashed over the number of episodes in a season, while there have been creative issues as well, the site said. You can read the full story on Deadline here.