Marvel’s Daredevil and Luke Cage Could Be Saved by Hulu

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After Netflix’s Marvel shows got cancelled this past year, Hulu has now voiced they are open to scooping them up and possibly reviving Daredevil and Luke Cage.

In an interview with TheWrap, Senior Vice President of Originals at Hulu, Craig Erwich, said they would be interested in any titles under the Marvel name.

“Marvel has a ton of titles we’d be interested in,” Erwich said.

“It kind of just depends on when they’re ready, [and] who, most importantly, is going to be behind these things,” he said.

Netflix cancelled three of its five Marvel TV shows in the past few months, including Daredevil, Iron Fist and Luke Cage. Leaving Jessica Jones with a third season coming out, and season two of The Punisher debuted last month without any announcement yet of a third season to follow.

Fans have suspected the cancellations came after Disney announced their new streaming service that will be coming by the end of 2019, Disney plus , with multiple TV series from Marvel Studios being developed.

Once the 21st Century Fox deal closes with Disney, approximately 60 percent of Hulu will be owned by Disney, and Monday Hulu announced they signed a deal with Marvel for various animated series, including the new Howard the Duck.

“We’ve had a relationship with Marvel since ‘Runaways,’ we’re getting into business on these animated shows,” Erwich said. “I’m sure it will lead to — you know, business gets you business — we have a good creative relationship with them. That’s where opportunities tend to arise.”

Many have been skeptical of the Disney-Fox merger, but Fox has confirmed they don’t plan on having The Simpsons go anywhere, and Disney has announced that Marvel will be taking over the X-Men franchise, which many fans have been looking forward to.

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