The Defenders are here! Here we get a good look at what the show is going to be giving us over 8 episodes. And thank goodness, because these 13 episode long shows are starting to drain me. But let’s talk about what we saw here and figure out whether or not we’re going to be excited!
3 trailers in one day? Thank you SDCC!
Deep in the darkness of late Thursday night/Friday morning, Netflix released the much anticipated follow up season to Daredevil. It also surprised Netflix subscribers with a first look at the upcoming series, Luke Cage.
Last week we got our very first full look at what's to come for the second season of Daredevil. Today, we got part two of that trailer and this one features more Elektra!
Yesterday, Marvel sent out a tweet letting us know that a new trailer was coming (see below for said tweet). They did not disappoint!
Earlier this week rumors started swirling about the release date for Daredevil season two. The internet was in an uproar because the rumor floating about said that it would debut the same night as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. This, of course, sparked the Marvel vs DC war again and now we know...it was all for nothing. Netflix and Marvel announced today that all 13 episodes of season two of Daredevil will hit Netflix on March 18th! They also included a new poster and teaser for the upcoming season!
Marvel's Daredevil was a huge hit. It captivated me throughout all thirteen binge-worthy episodes. It was a different view in the Marvel Universe. It gave us a look at the darker side of being a street level hero. Marvel's Jessica Jones takes that even further. Krysten Ritter portrays the angry and "thirsty" private detective Jessica Jones who is thrust into searching for a young girl named Hope. And that's our introduction into her world. Jessica's world is a dark world, and this show is very dark. It's not your usual Marvel production. There's violence, which we saw in Daredevil, but then there's sex. And not just once or twice, the adult content pops up a few times, so be warned. This show is not for the young ones.
During NYCC this past weekend, the fine fine people of Marvel Studios and Netflix decided to debut a new trailer for Marvel's Daredevil. Call it a sizzle reel, with glowing reviews of the first season, but what came next was a surprise. We got our first look at season two and with that our first looks at Elektra and Punisher!
April 10th, 2015 was a momentous day. Netflix and Marvel gave us all thirteen episodes of the first Marvel series to hit the streaming service, Daredevil. The series stars Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil and is just the beginning of a universe designed for Netflix but one that is still tied in with the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. Eventually we'll see A.K.A. Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron First and finally The Defenders. All of that will come in time, today I'm here to tell you what I thought of the first season of Daredevil and yes...it did wash away that horrible taste of the Ben Affleck film of the same name.