Ever since Charlie Cox’s Daredevil was officially made part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans have been hoping that Cox would get more screen time as the savvy defense lawyer/Devil of Hell’s Kitchen.
According to Variety, it looks like those hopes have panned out! While Marvel Studios has not confirmed the news officially, the trade’s sources have revealed that a Daredevil series is moving forward at Disney+, and writing duo Matt Corman and Chris Ord are on board to write and executive produce.
Corman and Ord are arguably best known for their work on USA’s Covert Affairs. They also have writing credits for episodes of The CW series Containment as well as the NBC shows The Brave and The Enemy Within.
Cox, of course, has already played Daredevil for three seasons on Netflix. The series was loved by many, but the Netflix shows found themselves left in limbo when all Marvel Television under Jeph Loeb was shut down and all Marvel projects came under Kevin Feige’s purview at Marvel Studios (a.k.a. the studio that creates all projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe).
Cox as well as Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin have made appearances in the MCU since then, but Cox getting his own MCU-approved show is a big deal for many a fan. No news yet on when the series will go into production, much less make its way to Disney+.