Marvel fans were devastated when Netflix decided to cancel Daredevil last year. The series had been well received by fans and critics alike \u2013 it was hard to understand why the streaming giant would decide to axe such a popular Marvel TV series especially after a successful season 3 run.\r\n\r\nWhile many continue to rally for Daredevil\u2019s return, the series\u2019 showrunner, Erik Oleson, has seemingly decided to move on with other projects, landing a deal with Amazon.\r\n\r\nSpeaking in an interview with Variety, the filmmaker talks about what he wants to do with his new home, saying that he\u2019d like to continue telling stories that he loves.\r\n\r\n"I want to tell the kind of stories that I love: stories that have great characters, thrilling concepts and epic backdrops, but are about something meaningful," Olseon told the entertainment news outlet. \u201cStories which allow an audience to think and feel rewarded for watching. Amazon is a perfect home for these stories, and I\u2019m psyched to work alongside the entire Amazon Studios team."\r\n\r\nWhile some might hope these stories might include Charlie Cox\u2019s Matt Murdock, Netflix has a clause in its contract with all its Marvel TV series prohibiting characters from the show appearing in any other network until two years after its cancellation.\r\n\r\nTwo years might seem like a long wait (and it is, really), but Daredevil will most likely be able to find a home in Disney\u2019s upcoming streaming site, Disney+, or in Hulu.\r\n\r\nRight now, we\u2019ll just have to wait and see.