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Thousands of fans are uniting to take a stand against Daredevil’s untimely and undeserved cancellation. Will you join us in this fight?
Marvel’s Daredevil has been canceled after a critically acclaimed third season, in what appears to be a one-sided move by Netflix. Despite the show’s success, Netflix has concluded that going ahead with an already planned-out fourth season does not serve their long-term business interests. But we’re not ready to give up the fight - sign this petition to help Bring Daredevil Back!
Netflix has made it clear they're no longer an option for renewal, but we can focus our energy toward Marvel to let them know we're here to fight for Daredevil. Writing directly to Marvel is an excellent way to show support for the show. Click the button below for contact options, sample letters and helpful tips on how you can participate in this important ongoing effort. Also make sure to check out the “Events” tab in the top menu for special campaign events.
We believe in the collective power of fans continuing to post about Daredevil and the cancellation across social media, especially Twitter. We have a robust and engaged community on all major social media platforms and plan regular social media centric events to help draw more attention to certain aspects of our cause. To learn more about these, as well as updated tips on how to best utilize the #SaveDaredevil hashtag and so much more, visit the link below.
Save Daredevil is an entirely fan-led effort but we can't run it on passion alone. Your support will allow us to maintain a professional, long-term campaign to help #SaveDaredevil. Even a few dollars (the cost of your daily coffee!) from a fraction of our followers will allow us to do anything from cover basic monthly expenses to paying for specific campaign events and promotional initiatives that help us get the word out and keep Daredevil in the conversation. See our Ko-Fi page for the latest updates on fundraising goals!
Charlie Cox told "Fan Theory" he hasn't ruled out returning to the role of blind attorney Matt Murdock, who defends Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood as Marvel hero Daredevil.