Marvel’s blind superhero is getting another shot at live-action next year when Netflix kicks off their Marvel Studios programming. Daredevil will follow the adventures of Matt Murdock, who uses his enhanced sense to fight crime in Hell’s Kitchen as the vigilante Daredevil. The show is still a few months away, but here’s everything we know about it so far.
There are a ton of brand new programs slated to premiere. From the former NBC project Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to the first of Netflix’s Marvel offerings, there’s a lot to look forward to. So, without further ado, here is Netflix’s premiere schedule for the next several months.
Netflix announced a number of new series premiere dates today, among which is their highly anticipated Marvel series, Daredevil. We were expecting that one to drop in May, however Netflix has the drama lined up to arrive on Friday, April 10, 2015.
Remember when stealing cable television by way of rewiring was a big deal? Netflix is apparently starting to take a stand on the modern version of that consumer crime, with movie studios standing over its shoulders.
This year, Netflix has a few New Year’s tricks up its sleeve. The company has taken tired kiddies and annoyed parents into consideration this holiday season and have put together a New Year’s Eve special of All Hail King Julien that will allow parents to fool their younger kiddos on when the New Year has actually hit.
Sorry, Daredevil fans. While next year’s Netflix series will feature several notable villains from The Man Without Fear’s rogues gallery, one notable adversary won’t be showing up...this season.
From the sound of things, it seems as if Netflix's upcoming Daredevil series will split its focus between Matt Murdock’s red-cowled vigilante and the biggest, baddest villain in Hell’s Kitchen: Wilson “Kingpin” Fisk.
This BoJack Horseman Christmas special is entirely devoted to BoJack (Will Arnett) and his housemate Todd (Aaron Paul) watching one of the Horsin’ Around holiday episodes, which presents us with a constantly hilarious parody of 1980s sitcoms and Very Special Episodes in general. And it's amazing.
A.K.A. Jessica Jones has included Luke Cage in its cast, but there’s another Marvel superhero that Jessica has a romantic history with: Scott Lang, who is the main character in next year’s Ant-Man. Is it possible we could see Paul Rudd appear as Scott on the Netflix series?
One of the most talked-about series of the year, the Emmy-winning Netflix Original Orange is the New Black is currently on the long prison van ride toward Season 3. So it’s about time we start talking about where the character-filled comedy drama will be headed next year, and which characters will be getting due development.
Thanks to two British teenagers, we finally have the solution to one of the biggest problems to plague TV watchers and Netflix bingers since low internet speeds. Apparently, a teenage duo has figured out how to pause the TV when you fall asleep.
While much of the comic book-loving world is geared up for Joss Whedon’s blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron coming next year, we’re over here like, “Don’t forget about Netflix’s Daredevil, people!” Check out some new shots of the blind vigilante below.
A potential follow-up to Wet Hot American Summer has been discussed for years. A potential prequel film was a possibility as early as 2011, and the gang began speaking more seriously about the possibility in 2012. Now, the project will be moving forward over at Netflix. Here are the latest details.
Though things do occasionally get exciting thanks to swords and army battles, Marco Polo is like a string of dialogue-heavy video game cutscenes with all of the interesting gameplay removed.
Within a week of the announcement, Krysten Ritter is already starting to prepare for her role as Jessica Jones. And to do so, she picked up some comic books and went straight to the origin of the character.