Netflix addressed the cancellation, saying "Marvel's Daredevil will not return for a fourth season on Netflix". The statement continued to thank showrunner Erik Oleson, the writers, crew, and cast, singling out show lead Charlie Cox and thanking fans for supporting the show.
Obviously, the Daredevil cancellation news, paired with the previous Marvel cancellations, seems to point at the shows could be setting up for a new home.
More likely, however, is that the character will return on Disney+.
Disney+ will also feature more than a few Marvel Studios originals, which looks to be where things started to come apart for Daredevil and his fellow heroes. While there's potential for Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Daredevil to make an appearance across these outings, it'd perhaps be too fleeting and odd to end characters outside their mainline shows. In contrast to a strong first season, AKA Jessica Jones Season 2 was largely panned by critics and fans alike. Also it's no secret that the relationship between the Jeph Loeb run Marvel TV and Netflix have become more and more strained.
All this further fuels speculation that Disney/Marvel may resurrect all the cancelled series when it launches its new streaming service. Who knows? There could be a new Marvel show at Disney+ down the line bringing some of those characters back, or even some super-cameos in the upcoming two seasons of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
However, there has been some speculation that the streaming giant are choosing to focus on their in-house productions rather than shows made by outside providers to save on licensing fees.