Initially set to be directed by Jeffrey Nachmanoff, Clark Johnson, and David Boyd, Charlie Cox was confirmed to get his own Daredevil solo series as he reunites with fan-favorite MCU villain Kingpin, played by Vincent D'Onofrio.
But at the moment, the reboot is going through some major behind-the-scenes issues while the crew waits to get back to work, with Marvel even firing Daredevil: Born Again's writing team as the story is set to undergo a huge overhaul.
Daredevil Reboot's Directors Make MCU History
This marks the first time in MCU history that any directors have directed three separate seasons of television for Marvel Studios, with their work on Loki Season 2 currently making its run on Disney+.
Will Daredevil: Born Again Be a Success?
Daredevil: Born Again certainly has a lot working in its favor by bringing back multiple fan-favorite characters and finally introducing the Man Without Fear into the surefire-canon MCU.
But with so many changes taking place behind the scenes for the MCU's entire slate amidst so many fan complaints, anxiety is running high as fans hope that Matt Murdock gets the shine that he deserves under the MCU umbrella.
Daredevil: Born Again is already looking to take steps in the right direction by bringing on Dario Scardapane as the first official showrunner in MCU history with the series now not set to arrive until sometime in 2025.
And with plenty of criticism coming this show's way via past Marvel creatives, the hope is that Marvel Studios takes these complaints into account while making this anticipated series the best it can be.
Daredevil: Born Again is set to arrive on Disney+ sometime in 2025.