Four years after the third season of Netflix’s Daredevil wrapped up, it’s been revealed that a reboot is now in the works to premiere alongside a fleet of other upcoming and already-aired MCU shows on streamer Disney+.

So far only the show writers and executive producer have been confirmed. Daredevil will be headed by Matt Corman and Chris Ord, a duo best known for creating the series Covert Affairs. It’s also known that Charlie Cox will be stepping back into the character of Matt Murdock, as he has appeared in the recent release Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige confirmed to Cinemablend this past December that Cox is the official Daredevil for the MCU.

It’s been a long wait to see what Disney might do with this hero because they only regained the license to the shows produced with Netflix on March 1, 2022. Daredevil was the first of several series including Luke CageJessica Jones and Iron Fist, who all came together with Daredevil for the miniseries The Defenders, which was generally well-received but represented the final collab between Disney and Netflix.

Marvel is clearly not slowing down with series orders centered around their extensive library of superhero characters. Ms. Marvel will be hitting Disney+ next month, and even more series like She-Hulk: Attorney At Law and Echo are starting to build up hype with first looks and trailers dropping left and right.

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