The ending of “Marvel’s The Defenders” may have been surprising, but it felt rather familiar to comic book fans. Matt’s final scene was actually a recreation of a certain “Daredevil” panel as well as a big hint about who will be in “Daredevil” Season 3.

(Spoiler Alert: That means the “Defenders” ending is going to be spoiled below.)

In his final scenes of “The Defenders,” Matt Murdock/Daredevil (Charlie Cox) knew that Midland Circle was about to be bombed. He sent Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist/Danny Rand (Finn Jones) up to the surface while he stayed behind with Elektra (Elodie Yung). The bombs made the building collapse, making it seem as though Daredevil and Elektra died.

Everyone seems to believe Matt is dead, but Karen (Deborah Ann Woll) questions if Matt somehow found a way to survive. It seems like she is in denial, but the ending of “The Defenders” reveals that the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen is definitely alive. He appears to be in a convent where he has been patched up. He’s still looking pretty roughed up and seems to be unconscious. “Get Maggie,” one of the nuns says.

So who is Maggie? With such a common name, it could be anyone. However, it’s probably not a coincidence that Maggie is the name of Matt Murdock’s mother.

In the Marvel comics, Maggie comes back into Matt’s life when he was injured after fighting Wilson Fisk. Sister Maggie took him in and cared for him, but she didn’t reveal that they were related. Matt felt a connection to her, but she denied being his mother. She just didn’t know how to tell him the truth, according to Marvel Database.

It would seem like “Daredevil” Season 3 is going to explore this story more. While it’s clear that the final scene was pulled from the comics (specifically from the “Born Again” arc by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli), showrunner Marco Ramirez would not confirm that Maggie is actually Matt’s mother.

“I can’t confirm anything!” he told Entertainment Weekly. “I can say that visually that shot at the end of Daredevil’s story was definitely an homage, as were a couple of other scenes, to the comics. That’s one of my favorite Daredevil images, so regardless of who any of the characters are, I went to the production meeting saying this is the image we’re going for, we’re going to feel like this, and that came from that image that I purposely borrowed from the comics.”

Unfortunately, it might be a while before Marvel fans get to see “Daredevil” Season 3 due to all the other Marvel/Netflix series. Netflix will likely release “The Punisher” late this year or early next year. A new trailer for the Jon Bernthal-led series debuted after the credits of “The Defenders.”

“Jessica Jones” Season 2 and “Luke Cage” Season 2 are both currently in production in New York. Krysten Ritter’s series started filming in spring while Mike Colter’s drama began in June. That hints that we’ll probably see “Jessica Jones” Season 2 first. With “Daredevil” Season 3 not starting production until later this year, it’s safe to say that audiences likely won’t see the show on Netflix for at least a year.