Netflix has been slowly killing off its slate of Marvel exhibits, in a transfer that appeared apparently linked to the upcoming launch of Disney’s proprietary streaming service, Disney+. Now Disney’s Kevin Mayer, the chairman in command of direct-to-consumer affords, has left the door open to reviving these exhibits by itself channel as soon as it launches someday in 2019.
“They are very high-quality shows,” Mayer informed The Hollywood Reporter. “We haven’t yet discussed that, but I would say that’s a possibility.”
It’s removed from a dedication, however it definitely offers extra hope to additional episodes than beforehand thought. Netflix has been cancelling the exhibits one after the other, often shortly after releasing their final season. It impacted Iron Fist, then Luke Cage, and most lately, Daredevil. Only Jessica Jones and The Punisher stay standing, however with Punisher’s subsequent season set for January and JJ’s coming at some point soon too, each seem possible for the chopping block.
Disney has already introduced numerous sequence for its personal streaming service, together with unique Marvel sequence. Those plans embrace a sequence revolving across the fan-favorite character Loki. It joins some high-profile Star Wars tasks like a sequence starring Rogue One character Cassian Andor (Diego Luna), and one other known as The Mandalorian. Those are already some huge plans, which can make Disney hesitant to carry on much more exhibits.
On the opposite hand, the Netflix sequence are already critically well-regarded. In specific Daredevil was acclaimed for its first and third seasons, the latter of which left off with a cliffhanger. If Disney does revive it, followers will be capable to see how that storyline pays off in any case.