Netflix and Marvel TV daredevil will officially end after the third season, according to a statement from the streaming service, which was first reported by Deadline.
"We are hugely proud of the show's last and last season, and although it's bad for the fans, we feel the best to close this chapter on a high note," the company said in a statement. "We are grateful for the showrunner Erik Oleson, the writers of the show, starring and incredible bunch, including Charlie Cox as Daredevil himself, and we are grateful to the fans who have supported the show over the years.
Netflix's statement also noted that although there will be nothing new daredevil episodes, all three seasons will continue to live on the platform. Netflix also noted, "the daredevil character will continue in future projects for marvel. "
daredevil marks the third show that Netflix and Marvel have interrupted; iron Hand and Luke Cage also completed this year. Jessica Jones and Punisher are the last two remaining series in Netflix and Marvel's collaboration that has not yet been canceled.
Disney is ready to launch its own standalone streaming service in 2019, and is about to distance itself from Netflix. Theatrical releases starting in 2019 will not be available on Netflix, while Marvel Studios begins to prep a series of original series for the free-standing service. Characters such as Loki, Scarlet Witch, Falcon and Winter Soldier are allegedly set to receive their own series.