After this week's shocking cancellation by Netflix of its Marvel series Daredevil, showrunner of the recently released Season 3, Eric Oleson, is weighing in on the news -- and he's expressing nothing but gratitude.
Over multiple tweets, Oleson calls his time on Daredevil a "dream," and that working on Daredevil Season 3 was "magical."
Oleson gave a shout out to all the main actors in the cast, including Charlie Cox who starred as the title character, Vincent D'Onofrio (Wilson Fisk), Deborah Ann Woll (Karen Page) and Elden Henson (Foggy Nelson).
It was a dream to show up for work.— Erik Oleson (@erikoleson) November 30, 2018
To write for and collaborate with Charlie and Vincent, Deb and Elden, Wilson and Jay and Joanne and the rest of our insanely talented cast...
In addition, Oleson credited the series writers and crew for making the job fun, supporting one another and for making the job look easy by giving as much care to the quiet moments as the action sequences.
And don't even get me started about our crew. Who taught me so much and made filming the impossible look easy. Who captured the quietest of character moments with the same expertise as they did epic 12 minute, one-shot stunt sequences...— Erik Oleson (@erikoleson) November 30, 2018
Finally, Oleson expressed his gratitude for the editors, post-production team, Marvel, Netflix and of course, the passionate fans.
And I will be forever grateful to Jeph and Karim and Tom, Devon and Jordanna, Dan and Joe @Marvel— Erik Oleson (@erikoleson) November 30, 2018
And to Allie, Kris and Penelope @Netflix
And to all the #Daredevil fans who have made running this show the most fun experience of my career.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!
While Daredevil won't be returning to Netflix, Marvel has promised more adventures with the Devil of Hell's Kitchen. Without any further information, though, what that could mean remains a mystery.
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.