The first of the superhero dramas airs three seasons on giant streaming.
The Marvel Netflix list continues to shrink.
The streaming giant has been canceled Brave – The first of Marvel's shows to premiere on the platform – after three seasons. The drama starring Charlie Cox is the third Marvel series that was canceled on Netflix in the past few weeks, joining Iron fist and Luke Cage. Only Jessica Jones and The punishment remained on Netflix because Marvel's relationship continued to deteriorate. This step appeared almost two weeks after Erik Oleson pitched fourth season Brave to Netflix and Marvel execs.
"Marvel's Brave will not return for the fourth season at Netflix, "Netflix said Thursday in a statement." We are very proud of the last and final season of the event and even though it hurts fans, we feel it is better to close this chapter with a high note. . We thank our partners at Marvel, show off Erik Oleson, event writer, star crew, and extraordinary players including Charlie Cox as Daredevil himself, and we thank fans who have been supporting the show for years. While the series on Netflix has ended, the three seasons will remain in service for years to come, while Daredevil's characters will live in future projects for Marvel. "
The cancellation arrived as Marvel's parent company, Disney, launched its own competitor Netflix, Disney +. The direct-to-consumer service will feature a list of Marvel series, including those centered in Loki, the god of delinquency, starring Tom Hiddleston. Disney previously announced plans to withdraw all of its Marvel feature films from Netflix and exclusively place them on Disney +. (Black Panther, Doctor Strange and galaxy guard currently streaming on Netflix – for now.) Sources say The Hollywood Reporter that the Marvel TV series is left on Netflix – Jessica Jones and Brave spinning around The punishment – will remain in the streamer until they run the program, in accordance with the agreement of the five original events of the company (which were included since canceled Luke Cage, Iron fist and mashup miniseries Defenders)
Marvel and Netflix relations have been tense due to negotiations Luke Cage. The script for the potential third season was all done but when Netflix and Marvel were unable to reach conditions for the new season. Sources noted that the problem included the total number of episodes because Netflix wanted to reduce the period of 13 to 10 in an effort to tighten the advertising material. In addition, almost all Marvel dramas on Netflix have creative problems that produce a revolutionary doorway from showrunner changes to the series included Daredevil, Iron Boxing and Jessica Jones. (The latter, who will be returning for their third season in 2019, see creator / event guide Melissa Rosenberg depart for a tantalizing overall agreement with Warner Bros. TV.)
Decision to cancel Brave arrived when Netflix had searched for other properties to turn into profitable franchises amid a greater push to have content. (All Marvel shows owned by comic book companies as Netflix have to pay a license fee to Disney's ABC Studios.) Streamer's recent offer includes a large agreement to That Chronicles of Narnia, whose plans will turn into films and the TV world, as well as pacts with comic creator Mark Millar for several TV shows and films (and comics). Just this week, Netflix signed an eight-figure agreement for the copyright of writer Roald Dahl with a greater purpose to make several animated TV series based on works including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.