While Marvel's movies focus on the larger-than-life adventures of characters like Iron Man, Captain America and the Guardians of the Galaxy, next year the Marvel Cinematic Universe will take a look at the street-level exploits of its superheroes over at Netflix. The first show to kick things off is Daredevil, which follows the adventures of a blind superhero who uses his enhanced senses to fight crime in Hell’s Kitchen. This show has been highly anticipated, and since the character’s last live-action outing didn’t go as well as expected, this will be a great opportunity to get non-comic book readers interested in the guy who takes on danger without really seeing it…because he’s blind. There’s a reason he is nicknamed The Man Without Fear.

Thanks to a slew of new information that has been revealed over many months, there are plenty of details to get you excited, whether you are fans of ol’ Hornhead or just a person looking forward to exploring another side of the MCU. Here’s what we know so far.

When Will It Air?
Daredevil will be released on Netflix on Friday, April 10, 2015, one month before The Avengers: Age of Ultron comes out in theaters. Rather than follow the traditional TV format of releasing one episode a week, Netflix will post all 13 one-hour episodes at once to encourage binge-watching. This especially works for Daredevil, as the show’s first season has been as “one big movie.” Regardless, if you want to pace yourself and watch one episode at a time or just dive right into the whole series on a lazy Sunday, you’ll be covered either way. The Cabin in the Woods director Drew Goddard, who is executive producing the series, wrote and directed the pilot, while show runner Steve DeKnight wrote and directed the final episode.

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