With the character now properly part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Disney+ is moving forward with a new Daredevil series, though it's unclear whether Charlie Cox is returning.

Cox first brought the character of blind lawyer Matt Murdock and vigilante Daredevil to life with the eponymous Netflix show developed by Drew Goddard.

Marvel Knights series that also included Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher and The Defenders, all of which held loose ties to the greater MCU.

Daredevil received rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, namely for Cox's performance in the titular role as well as Vincent D'Onofrio's performance as the villainous Wilson Fisk/Kingpin

With Netflix and Marvel Studios' deal ending in 2018, all of the MCU shows would find themselves canceled, leaving their futures largely unknown.

Variety has brought word that Disney+ has officially entered development on a new Daredevil show with Covert Affairs duo Matt Corman and Chris Ord set to write and executive produce.

Given the project is still in its earliest stages of development, it's understandable Marvel hasn't yet commented on the new Daredevil show

That being said, it seems difficult to believe that Marvel Studios would elect to move forward on the show without the fan-favorite actor leading the charge