Daredevil: Born Again is currently shooting in New York City...well, it was, anyway.
After filming on the Disney+ series was halted earlier this week, Deadline reports that WGA East pickets near the show's set mean Marvel Studios has now suspended work on the show for the rest of the week.
The fact writers aren't allowed to contribute in any way to Daredevil: Born Again or make their presence felt on set is already a major issue for a series like this. However, with writers now picketing the reboot in an effort to disrupt production (which is a necessary part of getting what they deserve), we'd be shocked if these delays don't push the Man Without Fear's small screen return even further down the release calendar.
Very little has been revealed about the show, though we know that Matt Murdock will again find himself clashing with the Kingpin of Crime. Jon Bernthal's Punisher will make an appearance, while Jessica Jones is also rumoured to show up.
We're hoping to see the MCU's take on Bullseye and Elektra, though that could be wishful thinking!
Daredevil: Born Again isn't the only TV series that's been affected in recent weeks; George R.R. Martin recently confirmed that Game of Thrones spin-off A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge Knight has closed its writers room "for the duration" of the strike. Work has similarly been halted on the fifth season of Stranger Things.
Daredevil: Born Again is set to premiere on Disney+ in 2024, but whether that will still happen remains to be seen. It's previously been reported that Marvel Studios plans to split the 18-episode season into two 9-episode blocks.
Stay tuned for updates as we have them.