Write emails and letters directly to Marvel
All reports suggest Marvel was unaware Netflix planned to cancel Daredevil. Appealing to Marvel is very important! We encourage fans to begin their write-in campaigns here. Be sure to specify that you want to see a continuation of this story with this cast and crew!
TIPS FOR WRITING TO MARVEL:
Include positive commentary about season 3: keep it short, polite, and respectful, but tell them what you were most passionate about. Let your love show!
Remind them S3 left many stories and avenues open to explore! (For example, what about Bullseye? What will Vanessa do next?) Again, try to keep it short and concise, but it's great to tell them what you hope to see in s4.
Emphasize that we want the SAME cast, crew, writers, and showrunner.
Emails can be sent directly to:
OR through the Marvel website at:
(Select ‘Something Else’ off the dropdown menu)
Snail mail can be mailed to:
Marvel Entertainment, LLC
135 W. 50th Street
New York, NY 10020
Want to do something a little more hands-on? Take part in a fan campaign to send “Nelson, Murdock and Page” napkins to Marvel HQ. Jeph Loeb’s February 2019 letter to Marvel Television Fans made it clear that Marvel wants to continue telling stories with these characters. Let’s show him how much we appreciation Marvel’s commitment to our heroes by adding his closing words to our napkins - To Be Continued…!
With our napkins, we’ll remind Marvel that OUR Daredevil’s story isn’t over yet! Let’s keep them coming - and be sure to note the updated contact address below!
NAPKINS AND / OR LETTERS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO:
Jeph Loeb c/o Marvel Entertainment
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, California 91521
If you send in a napkin, don’t forget to take a picture and tag us so we can share your #OperationNapkins contribution for #SaveDaredevil! Can’t do snail mail? E-Napkins still count! Email your picture to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sample letters from other fans
We don’t want all the emails and letters to look the same. Personal touches are meaningful! If you're comfortable enough to write your own, please do so, and use these real fan letters as a source of inspiration:
Dear Marvel team,
I am contacting you because my favorite Marvel show was cancelled two days ago, and I can’t let go of it. I can’t, and I won’t.
I think I can speak on behalf of all Daredevil fans out there when I say that we deeply love the cast and crew, and would be very disappointed (to say the least) to see a reboot when the original show was already perfect on all accounts. We know the stakes. We know why the show was cancelled. And it is unfair. We feel betrayed. We are gutted by this decision.
As a consequence, whatever you do, please consider keeping Charlie Cox as Daredevil. He’s the best Matt Murdock we could have dreamed of. He delivered an outstanding performance, and does not deserve to be replaced. He will forever be Daredevil to us. And we won’t be interested in any Daredevil show that would not feature him as the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen.
The same applies to Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, Vincent d'Onofrio, Wilson Bethel, Joanne Whalley. They’re all the real deal. They gave life to characters that have become very dear to us all. We could not bear to see anyone else taking THEIR roles.
I hope you’ll have the power and will to support our cause and right this wrong. Daredevil is a show about justice. The whole MCU hinges around justice. And we struggle to see any justice in this matter.
But rumor has it justice never stops.
As you know, Netflix recently canceled Daredevil, one of the most popular, high-quality and impacting Marvel shows with some of the best casting and writing in the MCU.
Many fans, myself included, were heartbroken over this decision, but we’re determined to do everything in our power to see it come back. We’re making such efforts as trending tags on social media, such as #RenewDaredevil and #SaveDaredevil, creating a petition that already has nearing 9000 signatures as of this writing and contacting other studios, such as Hulu, Amazon, HBO and FX, to spark interest in picking it up.
In addition to that, I thought I’d contact you directly to express my disappointment and desire for renewal directly. I don’t know if this letter will change anything, but I had to at least try.
Daredevil is a fantastic show that means a lot to many people. For some, it has changed their lives. We, as Daredevil fans, are not interested in a reboot. We feel that the cast of this show, such as Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson, Vincent D’Onofrio as Fisk and Wilson Bethel as Dex, and the original crew fits the series so perfectly that replacing them would be a major mistake.
Ideally, I’d like to see Daredevil continue for years to see how Matt’s story unfolds, but I’d be happy with at least one more season to tie all loose ends properly. If a reboot can’t be avoided, please consider keeping the original cast and crew. Trying to reach the same potential with an entirely new cast and crew would be like trying to capture lightning in a bottle twice.
Like many others have said, the sudden cancellation of Daredevil is an injustice to the people who worked so hard to make it the amazing show that it is and to the fans who love it so dearly.
The Daredevil trio are always fighting for justice, and I hope you’ll help us ensure that Justice Never Stops and give Daredevil another chance.