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There’s no question that the 2014/15 TV season was the year of the superhero. Recognizing the genre’s insane success at the box-office, television networks decided to heavily invest in comic-book adaptations. Not all of them were met with critical acclaim, or even decent ratings, but together they delivered a ton of opportunities for nerds like us to geek out.
As much as well-rounded characters can make otherwise non-outstanding shows watchable, annoying characters can easily break the best ones. We’ve rounded up the 10 most annoying characters of the 2014-2015 TV season, making this one of the most aggravation-fueled lists you’ll see this year.
Marvel has just revealed that one of their MCU Netflix characters will be serving as the connective thread between Daredevil and their other shows. Netflix's Marvel programming slate just keeps getting more and more interesting.
With Spider-Man back in the arms of Marvel, a team-up between two of New York's finest super heroes has become a very real possibility and Charlie Cox knows exactly what story he’d like to be a part of.
Secrets and Lies actor Ryan Phillippe is meeting with Marvel to talk about one of their Netflix series. Here are five characters, both heroes and villains, we think he could end up playing.
Netflix has notoriously not shared ratings information for its original programming, but other resources have started tracking ratings data. Recently, new data has revealed that a significant chunk of Netflix subscribers have already checked out Netflix and Marvel’s first big team-up, Daredevil.
Netflix and Marvel’s latest project, Daredevil proved to be an instant success. As fans across the world binge-watched the 13-episode series we were all desperately holding our tongues till our friends caught up. Now, we’ve given some of the slowpokes time to catch-up, and we can start getting down to the nitty gritty of things.
When Daredevil's Season 2 was announced, the general frame of mind was “Give me more of everything!” And it looks like star Charlie Cox is in that same club, as he’s keen to see a handful of Daredevil’s comic compadres show up next year.
It's official, Daredevil fans! Netflix just confirmed that the Marvel series will be back for a second season. Daredevil Season 2 will premiere in 2016 and two new showrunners have been set.
Marvel's latest success is the Netflix crime drama Daredevil, and according to Marvel icon Stan Lee, the Man Without Fear would have had a series a lot sooner had it not been for a bit of ignorance behind the scenes.
The most technically impressive fight on Daredevil came in just the second episode, as the black-hooded superhero faced down a line of villains for one continuous tracking shot in an apartment building’s hallway. As you may have guessed, it wasn't easy.
When Netflix first announced Daredevil, conversations turned to whether or not the show would be accessible to blind audiences. And while that wasn’t the case at first, Netflix has announced all 13 episodes now have that option.
Stan Lee's cameo wasn’t exactly as prevalent as his cameo in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was, but today some internet sleuths have come together and realized that Stan Lee does actually pop up in an episode of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil. See if you can spot him.
Since it’s only been three days since Daredevil premiered, there’s no word yet on whether it will come back for a second season, but if it does, these are the villains it needs to pit against the Man Without Fear.
One of the more attention-grabbing reactions came from Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn. And showrunner Steven DeKnight responded with an equally touching post, proving that directors who embrace violence can still be good ol’ softies on the inside.