Several months after the last episode of "Daredevil" season two aired, fans are still waiting for further announcements regarding the release of season three. Unfortunately, there has been no update yet about the show.
Despite Netflix's failure to give further news about the hit series, Charlie Cox, who stars as Matt Murdock/Daredevil on the show, is hoping for a third run. According to Chatt Sports Net, Cox is hoping to see "Daredevil" with another installment. He is also looking forward to having Bullseye (Colin Farrell) on board.
The only thing viewers can be assured of is Daredevil's presence on television with or without a solo series. In a meet-and-greet prepared by Netflix in April, Cox shared that he is working on a new project titled "The Defenders."
According to The Independent, the actor said, "What we do know is at the end of this year we're going to be making The Defenders and, of course, Daredevil is very much a part of that foursome."
The "foursome" includes three other superheroes who will join Daredevil in the search for justice and peace. The four "Defenders" are: Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Jessica Jones. While not much is known about the plot and storylines that viewers will see in the upcoming show, many are excited to see how the heroes will cooperate and work together to bring peace.
It is then safer to assume that a third installment for "Daredevil" will most likely be put on the table after "The Defenders" finishes its first season. Though Netflix and Marvel have not said anything about the possibility, fans can hope for now that the attorney-by-day hero will once again be seen in a solo mission of protecting Hell's Kitchen.
The Christian Times further notes that recent reports imply a delay for the upcoming episodes instead of a cancellation. This could be true since "Daredevil" has been a hit among streaming users and the show has established a strong fanbase ever since it premiered.