While we kind of know what to expect as far as the tone of the show, many of us probably weren't aware of the degree to which the series will incorporate stunt work but thanks to Scott Glenn (who plays Stick) we now know it just might be the most stunt-heavy series ever made.
The Daredevil trailers have given fans a good glimpse of the gritty MCU entry. However, as good trailer for a movie will do, these previews are deliberately hiding most of the good content, leaving plenty for fans to be surprised by when they start binge-watching it.
There’s no word yet on if Daredevil will be renewed for a second season, but the fun won’t be gone once you’re finished binge-watching the series. Marvel is also taking a unique approach with marketing the Man Without Fear and his fellow Netflix heroes.
Marvel has officially announced six supporting actors that will appear in the Daredevil TV series. And while they may not be as high-profile as the main cast, they’ll have their own unique roles to play in this world.
In addition to combating everyday street crime, Matt Murdock is going to have his hands full with a few larger-than-life villains in the Netflix Daredevil series. Now another famous adversary from the hero’s early years might be making a big appearance.
Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
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.
There are so many superhero series on TV right now that comic book villains seemingly outnumber every other character type out there. Going against the grain will be Steven S. DeKnight’s Daredevil, which will largely adhere to a single big bad, and he’s the biggest of them all.
Marvel has finally unveiled the first full trailer for their upcoming Netflix series Daredevil. Here are the five most important moments that it gave us, from character introductions to one of Matt Murdock’s first nights out on the town. Check 'em out.
Marvel's Daredevil trailer is finally here, folks! We’ve all seen glimpses of Charlie Cox transform into Matt Murdock, aka the "Man Without Fear," for Marvel’s new original series coming to Netflix this year. But this isn't a teaser; it's a full-length trailer, and one you should check out.
The Daredevil trailer is coming, and to whet our appetites, Netflix has given us the faintest glimpse of what's to come in the form of a trailer teaser. The whole series is finally coming together, and we can't wait.
I don’t know about you guys, but my skin starts to crawl if I wear clothes that are more constrictive than comfortable, so there’s no way I could ever be a superhero. (Added to a lengthy list of reasons.) According to Charlie Cox, the star of Netflix and Marvel’s upcoming Daredevil series, slapping the vigilante’s costume on in a well-oiled hurry is no easy feat.
You might have noticed that their recently announced release schedule didn’t have the Marvel series A.K.A. Jessica Jones on it. Sadly, that’s because Netflix will be holding onto it for longer than we expected, a.k.a. hoped.
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.
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.