Daredevil Star on Foggy & Marci's Season 4 Relationship Status

Despite the fact that the finale of Marvel's Daredevil Season 3 did a pretty good job at wrapping up the main plot points, fans were still left with a few loose threads which, thanks to the Netflix series' cancellation late last month, likely won't be resolved anytime soon.

One such unanswered question was what the next step in the relationship of Franklin "Foggy" Nelson and Marci Stahl would have been.

However, in an interview with Inverse, Amy Rutberg, who played Marci, shared what she felt would have come next for the couple had Daredevil gotten a fourth (or even a fifth) season, explaining the two likely would have followed through on Season 3's foreshadowing and tied the knot.

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"From a personal level, I would have loved to see what would have happened with Marci and Foggy," Rutberg said. "I would have liked to see them get married. There probably would have been some conflict before, but sadly none of those things happened."

"It would have been great to see now that the band was back together," she continued. "It would have been great to see what happened with them. See them start the season working together and see where that went."

The prospect of Foggy and Marci getting married (as well as their relationship in general) is something that Rutberg has expressed great interest in through social media, both before and after it was announced that the show had been canceled.

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Nevertheless, Rutberg understands it is time to move on. Yet, she still seems to look back very fondly on her time as a member of Marvel's Netflix lineup.

"I'm definitely looking for the next, job, sadly, now that Daredevil's over," she said. "That's the life of an actor. It's been fun to do three seasons and see the arch of the character. It's been a blessing."

Now available on Netflix, Marvel’s Daredevil Season 3 stars Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson, Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Joanne Whalley as Sister Maggie, Wilson Bethel as Benjamin Poindexter, Jay Ali as Rahul “Ray” Nadeem and Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk.

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