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Deborah Ann Woll discusses DAREDEVIL cancellation



Deborah Ann Woll

It’s been a little while now since Netflix dropped the axe on Marvel’s Daredevil. Alongside Iron Fist and Luke Cage the cancellation has brought a premature end to what many called the Marvel Netflix era of TV.

With The Punisher now back for its second season Marvel Netflix stalwart Deborah Ann Woll has been discussing the cancellation. Speaking with THR the actress expressed her shock at the various cancellations.

After the Iron Fist and Luke Cage cancellations, it was in the back of my mind. I knew we had a very, very strong season, and I was so proud of it. When we finished shooting and in the press leading up to it, we were all very confident that we’d do another one, because this is great and we’ve only just begun. But then when I heard that Luke got canceled, that was surprising to me. I really liked that show, and it obviously represents an underserved demographic, and that’s an important thing. So if they were cutting that loose, then it really signaled to me that they were looking to make a change.

In what many will see as confirmation the shows were cancelled for political rather than quality reasons Woll added “glad to know we didn’t get cancelled because we suck!”

Charlie Cox (Matt Murdock/Daredevil) is joined by a stellar cast including Deborah Ann Woll (Karen Page) andElden Henson (Foggy Nelson). Marvel’s Daredevil is Executive Produced by series Co-Showrunners Marco Ramirez (“Sons Of Anarchy”, “Fear The Walking Dead”) and Douglas Petrie (“CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Buffy: The Vampire Slayer”, “American Horror Story”), along with Jeph Loeb (“Marvel’s Jessica Jones”), who also serves as Marvel’s Head of Television.

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