“Marvel’s The Defenders” has a massive line up. The main four heroes are obviously impressive, but supporting cast members like Karen Page, Claire Temple, Jeri Hogarth and others will also appear. However, one iconic “Daredevil” actor has revealed that he isn’t in Netflix’s 2017 series.

Vincent D’Onofrio revealed that his character, Wilson Fisk, is not going to appear. A fan asked the actor about the eight-episode miniseries on Twitter, and the actor quickly nixed any rumors about his appearance.

Fisk, also known as Kingpin, was Matt Murdoch’s (Charlie Cox) nemesis in “Daredevil” Season 1. The villain ended up in prison at the end of the first season, but he made another appearance in Season 2 of the drama when the Punisher (Jon Bernthal) was put behind bars. He helped the Punisher escape and became the most powerful prisoner around.

When Matt visited the prison, Fisk said he was determined to destroy both Matt and Foggy’s (Elden Henson) lives. The two got into an altercation, and a blow to the face seemed to remind Fisk of Daredevil. It was hinted that Fisk might be starting to connect Matt to the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen.

Unfortunately, it seems fans will have to wait until “Daredevil” Season 3 to see if Fisk’s suspicions are confirmed. Netflix ordered another season of the Marvel drama, but it likely won’t hit airwaves any time soon. “Iron Fist,” “The Defenders” and “The Punisher” are all set to hit Netflix in 2017.

“The Defenders” will pit Daredevil, Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist (Finn Jones) against a different villain, but details haven’t been released yet. Marvel has only revealed that Sigourney Weaver will play the baddie, and the actress recently joked that her character is a “really nice woman.”

D’Onofrio won’t be taking a break from TV, though. Fans can catch him as a different kind of villain on “Emerald City.” He plays the Wizard of Oz on the NBC drama. Most adaptations of the tale show the Wizard as a con man, but D’Onofrio’s version seems a bit more evil than other interpretations. The new series premieres Jan. 6 on NBC.