Derdeville fans who were disappointed when Netflix turned down the popular show after three seasons now have something to look forward to. Disney + is moving forward with its own series about the blind lawyer who became the superhero Matt Murdoch, Diversity. The streaming service signed with screenwriters Matt Corman and Chris Ord to write and produce the series. Corman and the Horde as co-showrunners of NBC’s military drama The braveand the duo created the spy drama Secret deeds.

Derdeville is just the latest of a number of MCU titles that have been revived at Disney + as a show since last year WandaVision. The streamer has since released six other Marvel shows, including Hawk’s gaze, The Moon Knight and Loki, s to follow this year. Meanwhile, many Marflix-based Netflix shows have left the streaming platform’s library forever .

IN Derdeville The Disney + show is still at a very early stage – Diversity notes that Marvel has not yet announced anything official. Charlie Cox, who played the main character in the Netflix series, returned to his old role in this year’s and Vincent D’Onofrio repeated his Derdeville the role of Kingpin at Disney’s Hawk’s gaze. Both actors looked to revive the Disney + series, but it is unknown whether they will return to the new series.

In an interview with Marvel News Bureau, D’Onofrio shed some light on the sudden cancellation of the Netflix show, which shocked many fans. The actor said that leaving the show in 2018 is probably related to the fact that Marvel is paving the way for Disney’s nascent streaming service. “You know, at the same time, the #SaveDaredevil band started to rise, we started learning the reasons why this happened, and that’s how we found out what Marvel is doing because Disney + is coming out.”

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