Agents of SHIELD’s Clark Gregg Joins the Call to #SaveDaredevil

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“Daredevil” is the 2015 TV show by Marvel that could be aired on Netflix. The show was quite well received and has a score of 8.6/10 on IMDb and an average audience score of 92% on Rotten Tomatoes. The series was cancelled in November 2018 but it did have a spin off based on the show called “The Punisher”.

You can watch the trailer of the show here-

Recently the contract between Netflix and Marvel came to an end so the show had to leave the streaming “Save Daredevil” and it got trending. This is very vital to everyone who has worked on the show as well. If it leaves the platform this early, the show certainly would not reach as much audience as it could have.

Not only the fans but many actors who have worked with Marvel have raised their voice regarding the issue as well. Clark Gregg, the actor who plays the role of Phil Coulson in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.S, has talked about this in his twitter as well 

He retweeted the original tweet by Vincent D’Onofrio and captioned it “Say it with me, people… #SaveDaredevil” he said. It went quite viral. You can see the tweet for yourself here-

The main petition of the query reads, “Our wishes are that Marvel Television, and its parent company Disney, reach a deal with Netflix that allows the show, in its current format and with its current cast and crew, to continue on a different platform as soon as possible.”

Let us hope that the companies come to a good conclusion and bring back the series!

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