Daredevil star Charlie Cox says that he is feeling the “anger” and disappointment surrounding the show’s cancellation and that he hopes the petition can save the show.
Daredevil‘s cancellation by Netflix has hit it’s fans pretty hard, especially considering the praise season three has received from a lot of corners. An online petition has been started to save the show but it looks like we’ve seen the last of the series.
Daredevil himself, Charlie Cox, is also pretty down about the show’s cancellation and has spoken about the petition to ComicBook.com. When asked what he would like to say to the fans, he said:
“Just thank you. Just, thank you, and it’s so cool that people care that much, and it’s difficult because I love the character so much, I love the show so much that I’m feeling the same feelings. I’m feeling the disappointment, I’m feeling the sadness, I’m feeling the anger about it and I’m trying not to…I don’t wanna get my hopes up, because obviously, I know that an online petition doesn’t necessarily mean anything’s gonna happen, but also, you hope that in this day and age the people who make those decisions do listen to what’s going on online and if we make a big enough splash then maybe something can be done.”
While anything is possible, it does seem unlikely at this point that the show will come back in any capacity. Is so, then at least Daredevil went out on a massive high, providing fans with quality entertainment right to the very end. Do you think there is a chance Daredevil is resurrected? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @FlickeringMyth.