Daredevil may have been canceled, but the trio of Murdock, Nelson, and Page will live on.
Following the sudden announcement of the Netflix series' cancellation, the show's Twitter released a photo of its three leads—Charlie Cox's Matt Murdock, Deborah Ann Woll's Karen Page, and Elden Henson's Foggy Nelson—sitting together at Josie's Bar. The post includes a photo with "Justice Never Stops" written on it and a napkin with their last names.
The tweet is similar to posts sent out by the Twitter accounts of Marvel's other canceled Netflix shows, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, after their respective cancellations. Instead of any grand announcements, these posts just quietly acknowledged the news.
Although Daredevil's third season premiered to strong reviews last month, Matt Murdock's series ended thanks to a mix of creative differences and declining ratings that saw the show lose half of its viewers from its second season. Prior to the cancellation, showrunner Erik Olson expressed his hope for a fourth season and even pitched a hypothetical fourth season to the platform earlier this month.
This is the end of Daredevil, but it's not the end for the character. Matt Murdock (and presumably Karen, Foggy and Bullseye) will live on in future projects, though what those projects are is currently unknown.