The third season of Daredevil is one of the best rated shows of 2018, but unfortunately is also the last of the series.
Netflix took the surprising decision to cancel the Marvel Television series, triggering a reaction from fans who have since started the petition to save the series. But now that the show is over, star Charlie Cox is able to reflect on his three seasons. While speaking at ACE Comic Con in Phoenix, the actor revealed his thoughts on DaredevilIt's finishing.
"I have very complex feelings now about Daredevil"Cox admitted." Just meaning that I'm so proud of the last season we had and I'm so thrilled with the response we had. And it seems a bit strange for us not to continue based on the response we received from last season. In many ways, I'm so happy that we end up with such a high note. And who knows if there are more Daredevil to come in the future, I am sure there will be some capacity. But for now, happy and sad.
Cox had already spoken about canceling the series with Entertainment Weekly, bemoaning the abrupt completion of Daredevil and how it got everyone off guard.
"A lot of us really hoped to continue, and I certainly did," Cox said. "The truth is, I felt we had a lot of stories to tell and even though I understand [the cancellation]I'm very sad about this.
It's strange to think that there's a chance I'm not playing Matt Murdock anymore. That's a bizarre feeling, because this character has been such a big role. . " of my life in the last four and a half years. "
His last comments on ACE date back to when he called Daredevil "a dream job."
You can do all the acting, obviously, which is great, but there is also a very fun physical aspect with all the action scenes and the choreographer of fighting, "Cox added.
When pressed for details about the potential plans for Season 4, the actor refused to spill the beans in the hope that the plot would eventually be caught in the future.
"I hate to be boring, but to be honest I do not think I should answer that," Cox said. "It's so new, the news, it's very painful for many people, I was really excited about the ideas that were discussed for 4th season, and I think if I were to speculate about it and it was on the Internet, it might not be very useful for people … Anything I say is often captured and circulated, and I just want to make sure I do not give false hopes. "
While Daredevil is canceled, fans can pick up The Punisher then as premiered on Netflix on January 18.