Matt Murdock isn't done being the Devil of Hell's Kitchen just because the neighborhood's most recent threat has been stopped. Marvel.com confirms that Netflix has ordered a second season of Daredevil, which will hit the streaming service sometime next year.
One thing will change, though: The people who run it. Doug Petrie (Buffy the Vampire Slayer,) and Marco Ramirez (Sons of Anarchy) are taking over as showrunners while Steven S. DeKnight exits, citing prior commitments as the reason he can't move forward with season two.
This doesn't appear to have any effect on the other Marvel shows Netflix is currently working on. A.K.A. Jessica Jones is still slated for release later this year while Luke Cage is scheduled for 2016. Those shows, along with Daredevil and and upcoming Iron Fist show, will come together in an Avengers-style mini-series for Netflix, Marvel's Defenders.
Personally, Daredevil is the first Netflix Original show that I've yet to get on board with, binge-watching it was a fantastic way to spend a weekend. I'm all for more seeing more of the hero.