One batch, two batch, penny and dime. So after the rousing success that was Daredevil’s second season, it seemed that the announcement of a Frank Castle led spinoff was only a matter of time. Especially given the overwhelmingly positive reactions to Jon Bernthal.
Marvel’s television department is absolutely killing it on NetFlix. Now three seasons into their run, things have thus far continued to get progressively better. Starting last spring with Daredevil, they set a different tone from the other Marvel properties, and delivered some serious fan-service. Great casting, brutal action sequences, addictively binge-worthy. November saw follow-up Jessica … Continue reading Marvel on NetFlix: Luke Cage Teaser, Iron Fist Casting, & Daredevil Reactions
Matt Murdock, Foggy Nelson, and Karen Page attacked from different angles in season one, and their efforts combined to bring down the Kingpin and deliver us an excellent new series to binge. It was the first of the new Marvel shows on the streaming giant NetFlix, and it exceeded the expectations of most fans, setting a … Continue reading NetFlix Releases Final Trailer for Daredevil’s Second Season
Lawyer by day, vigilante by night. Not only is Daredevil returning, but it looks like we’ll be heading back to Hell’s Kitchen sooner than anticipated. Originally, the assumption was that Daredevil’s second season would premiere sometime in April, much like the first season did. Then, a couple of days ago, we seemed to have “confirmation” that … Continue reading Marvel’s Daredevil: NetFlix Releases Teaser Trailer and Actual Premiere Date
Think villains are rough? Trying facing the real-world networks. That’s what Marvel characters Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage encountered as their series underwent the scrutiny of parent television company Netflix. (We dealt with Iron Fist’s issues like racial background in an earlier post.) For weeks, Daredevil fans have been forced to wait impatiently to … Continue reading Marvel’s NetFlix Lineup: Daredevil S2 Return, Jessica Jones’ Future, & Luke Cage’s Change of Venue