With Disney+ allegedly approving a new season four years after its last, Daredevil will now come back to our televisions. When Marvel Studios’ partnership with Netflix ended, the program was scrapped, leaving the characters and show in limbo. Disney+, however, has accepted the Netflix-produced run and will reportedly produce further episodes in the future. Here are all the details:
When and where will we be able to watch Daredevil S04:
The project is reportedly in its initial phases of development, with Marvel Studios and Disney only recently hiring screenplay writers, thus it is unlikely to premiere until 2022. In fact, even 2023 is a long shot. It is considerably more likely to debut on Disney+ in 2024, given the magnitude of filming and special effects work. There’s no reason to assume Daredevil season 4 to be any different in terms of streaming, given that Marvel-owned Disney has made the past three seasons of the show available exclusively on Disney+.
The show will continue from where we last left it:
According to a recent source, the upcoming Daredevil series on Disney+ will be a sequel to the existing Netflix drama. The series stars Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer-turned-vigilante who was conceived by Drew Goddard. According to THR, Disney+’s Daredevil will be “the first of the Netflix Marvel shows to get a new yet continued series”. This would appear to imply that not only should fans anticipate Cox and D’Onofrio to join their ranks, but that the show may also aim to complete the numerous plot strands left unfinished at the end of season 3.
How to catch up before Daredevil season 4:
You must binge the first three seasons of Daredevil right now if you haven’t already. To make things easier, it’s all been moved to Disney+. This also includes all the tie-in shows like Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders, and The Punisher. They all have their own strengths and narratives that are marginally intertwined, albeit they are far more adult than most Marvel films and TV shows. We also recommend watching Hawkeye, which is based in New York City and contains Kingpin, Daredevil’s arch-nemesis. In addition, Spider-Man: No Way Home is mandatory viewing, with Matt Murdock making a brief appearance as Peter Parker’s attorney.