• Disney+ is reportedly working on a new “Daredevil” series
  • Netflix previously canceled its “Daredevil” series after three seasons
  • There’s no confirmation if the new show is going to be a reboot

Disney+ is working on a new “Daredevil” series nearly four years after Netflix scrapped its own version of the show.

On Thursday, sources told Deadline that the subscription and video on-demand service is developing a new series based on the Marvel comics.

The same insiders disclosed that “Covert Affairs” creators Matt Corman and Chris Ord will be writing the script and executive producing the project.

The previous “Daredevil” series from Netflix got canceled in 2018 after three seasons. Fans have since been asking for a new series featuring the vigilante Daredevil, also known as Matt Murdock.

Rumors about a possible revival surfaced when Charlie Cox’s Daredevil from the Netflix show made an appearance in “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” while the main antagonist, Vincent D’Onofrio, appeared in Disney+’s “Hawkeye” series.

It is also worth noting that all of the Marvel shows from Netflix have already transferred to Disney’s streamer.

Marvel has yet to announce anything about the project. Reps for Corman and Ord declined to comment when reached by Variety. Marvel Studios also does not comment on projects that are in the works.

Aside from “Covert Affairs,” Corman and Ord also executive produced and served as co-showrunners on NBC’s “The Enemy Within” and The CW’s “Containment.”

While the cast for the new “Daredevil” series is still being kept under wraps, Amy Rutberg, who was part of the Netflix show, told The Direct that she and her former co-stars were “interested to hear” the announcement of the new series.

Season 1 showrunner Steven DeKnight said he was “looking forward to the next chapter.” However, he told the outlet that he was not available to work on the project, so he wished everyone involved in the new show “the absolute best.”

Meanwhile, Season 3 showrunner Erik Oleson expressed he was “thrilled” to hear about the new series. He also praised the cast and the fan base of the previous series for being the best.

There was no confirmation if the upcoming “Daredevil” series would be a continuation of the canceled Netlfix show or a complete reboot.

The cast of "Marvel's Daredevil," a Netflix original series. Marvel