How could something so well received be abandoned?
Fans were apparently not the only ones surprised by Netflix's sudden cancellation of Marvel's Daredevil last week. Even Daredevils authors did not see it coming.
As Showrunner Erik Oleson announced on Twitter last month, Season 4 was already featured on Netflix. Two weeks later, however, Netflix confirmed that it would not renew Daredevil. In an interview with writer Tamara Becher-Wilkinson of io9, he reported what it was like at the moment.
[Oleson] received a call asking him to visit the Marvel executives, and I joked like "Ooooooooh." The third student does it when someone is called into a headmaster's office, "said Becher-Wilkinson. Then he waited for everyone to gather in the writers' room, and he said, "Netflix has decided not to move on to season four." "
The authors allegedly thought that the meeting was a mere formality with which Fourth Season approval was already a foregone conclusion Mug Wilkinson himself organized a fourth season writing schedule when the news came I was not surprised that Netflix had canceled this show after two seasons because of his poor reception, but Daredevil seemed different since it was well received by fans and critics.
"The reviews were so overwhelmingly positive that I thought there was no such thing they would cancel it, "continued Becher Wilkinson. "I do not know how good Netflix is or anything like that … [but] It surprised me that they would cancel something that was so well received, I thought it was too big to fail."
The co-executive producer Sam Ernst tweeted last week that "a whole season 4" had already been created. Becher-Wilkinson could not reveal the details, but said to Io9, she thought the fans had flown away. I thought the whole show was "really special" and Netflix's Marvel shows were unlike any other superhero show. Now, Becher-Wilkinson is saddened when he sees Daredevil go and thinks the rest of the Marvel universe will soon follow on Netflix.
If I'm a competitor, you know, my guess is that it's the end of the Marvel Universe on Netflix.
Although the cancellation may have saddened Becher-Wilkinson, it angered many fans, and Marvel promised them that the adventures of Daredevil will continue, it is unlikely that this will happen in the form of Daredevil Season 4.  Nick Santangelo is a freelance writer living in Philadelphia. He loves video games and sports, but no sports video games. Follow him on Twitter .