The Man Without Fear has returned as a series.
Marvel Studios is going ahead with a Daredevil series for Disney+, after a series of hints at characters from Netflix’s Daredevil series in its own content.
Matt Corman and Chris Ord have been chosen to write and executive produce a series that will be significant for being the first of the Marvel Netflix shows to get a fresh yet recurring series.
Prior to establishing its heroes on Disney+, Marvel’s TV arm, then led by Jeph Loeb, developed a number of hard-hitting projects for Netflix as part of a broad deal. Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher, and Iron Fist were among them. The Defenders, an event series in the vein of the Avengers, was born out of this web of interconnected series.
Charlie Cox won over fans with his depiction of blind avenging attorney Matt Murdock, aka Daredevil, in the three-season Netflix series Daredevil, which was one of the service’s most popular offerings. Fans were thrilled to see the actor reprise the role of the character for a cameo appearance in the film Spider-Man: No Way Home, which hinted at the possibility of a future appearance.
Meanwhile, Vincent D’Onofrio‘s portrayal of Daredevil‘s antagonist, the Kingpin, was revealed to be Hawkeye’s big bad in the smash Marvel series Hawkeye, which also premiered late last year.
In comparison to the typical Marvel series, let alone the normal Disney+ content, the Netflix titles that have recently made a move to Disney+ are more adult (i.e., violent and cuss-filled).