We just got the news that Daredevil is finally getting a Disney+ series, which is the first new entry since the Netflix series’ third season premiered in 2018. The only thing revealed was that Matt Corman and Chris Ord were working on the revival series, but luckily The Hollywood Reporter has added that it’ll act as “a new and continued series” from the original hinting at it being a continuation of the Netflix series.
We know that Charlie Cox is returning to the franchise, as he returned in Spider-Man: No Way Home as the character for a brief appearance. While we got a good tease of what to expect, there have also been some hints that he may have a recurring role in other projects moving forward before he gets his solo series.
It seems like the hint is that this series will act as a continuation of the original three seasons, but likely with a twist. We don’t know how Vincent D’Onofrio‘s Kingpin ended up leading the Tracksuit Mafia and we don’t know if this series will explore what happened to them during the Blip. There are a lot of questions we’re still left with and with their return, also opens up the possibility of what it means for the rest of the Defenders. We’ll see if the rest might pop up somewhere else in the near future.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter