When Marvel Starts Selling Off Props, It’s Time to Really Say Goodbye to Those Netflix Shows

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Even though Netflix has cancelled all of its Marvel shows over the past few months, fans may still be holding onto the hope they could return. And while that’s nice in theory, the fact Marvel is about to literally sell pieces of the shows back to fans probably isn’t a good sign.

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Netflix Doesn’t Care That You Care About Ratings

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One of the more interesting parts of Netflix becoming one of the most disruptive studios in Hollywood is that, from the outside, there’s no real way to measure just how successful any of its movies or series are, because the company doesn’t release comprehensive data about what subscribers watch. From Netflix’s…

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Daredevil’s Return Strips Matt Murdock Down to His Core (Again)

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This week, 55 years after the Man Without Fear first debuted, Matt Murdock is back in action after a little time spent away (everyone thought he was dead, but he wasn’t—and even if he was, this is comics, you know the drill!) with a relaunched Daredevil series. Which means, once more, it’s time for him to be Born Again

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https://io9.gizmodo.com/daredevils-return-strips-matt-murdock-down-to-his-core-1832437619

Punisher’s Showrunner Wants Daredevil and Kingpin…If the Show Gets Another Season

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Sandra Bullock is returning to Netflix to produce a new Mark Millar project. There’s some truly wild speculation about an obscure Marvel character and their potential role in Avengers: Endgame. Plus, Doctor Who re-enters production, Ed Neumeier on RoboCop Returns, and what’s to come on The Passage. Spoilers, get!

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https://io9.gizmodo.com/punishers-showrunner-wants-daredevil-and-kingpin-if-t-1831909982

The Fictional People and Things We Lost in 2018

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Damn, 2018 sure was a cruel year for pop culture fans, with tons of beloved characters being killed off in television, movies, and video games. Not to mention long-running TV shows being axed off this mortal coil forever (some of which, frankly, really needed to be put out of their misery).

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https://io9.gizmodo.com/the-fictional-people-and-things-we-lost-in-2018-1831260333

Netflix Says Its Marvel Shows Really Weren’t That Binge-Worthy This Year

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Last week, in the wake of Netflix’s recent decision to cancel both Daredevil and Iron Fist (not to mention Luke Cage) just when both series seemed to be hitting their respective strides, a big fuss was made over a report that Daredevil was also the fourth-most popular series on the platform when it began streaming,…

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Marvel’s Daredevil Writer: ‘I Thought It Was Too Big to Fail’

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Netflix’s decision to cancel Marvel’s Daredevil was a surprise. No one knew it was coming. Not the stars, not Marvel’s executives. Not even the writers, who were already laying out plans for the next chapter of Daredevil’s story. We got a chance to talk with one of the writers who was working on season four, who…

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https://io9.gizmodo.com/marvels-daredevil-writer-i-thought-it-was-too-big-to-f-1830776220