Marvel’s Netflix ‘Daredevil’ returns for 2016 with a punishing and confident Season 2, full of darkly rich new characters and an even more heightened sense of action. Our early review, before all episodes suit up for streaming on March 18!
Weeks after its first official trailer, Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil Elektra-fied us all with a second trailer for Season 2, teasing some Hand-y new foes and punishing baddies for Hell’s Kitchen alike. We couldn’t help diving way deeper into every frame of footage (you know, again), so what secrets of Daredevil Season 2 popped up on radar this time?
Marvel’s Daredevil Season 2 dropped plenty of jaws by its first trailer (literally and figuratively), but few moreso than by revealing that a second half was due on February 25. Fortunately for those without calendars, that day has arrived, with all-new Elektra-fying footage of Daredevil Season 2!
At long last, Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil finally punished us all with a trailer for Season 2, teasing some electrifying new friends and punishing new foes for Hell’s Kitchen alike. We couldn’t help diving way deeper into every frame of footage, so what secrets of Daredevil Season 2 did we sniff out?
As much as Rosario Dawson’s Claire Temple has been confirmed as a go-between for Netflix’s Defenders, the superhero nurse’s Jessica Jones role proved far-less significant than Daredevil prior. We’ve seen Rosario shooting Luke Cage already, but star Mike Colter confirms Claire Temple will have a much more significant role this time around.
Surprise! Earlier this week, word got around that Daredevil Season 2 might go head to head against Batman and Superman with a March 25 premiere, but it seems Matt Murdock will beat even the world’s finest to the punch. Not only will we have Daredevil Season 2 a week earlier, but check out the latest teaser and poster!
We’re still waiting for news on a potential second season of Jessica Jones, but that hasn’t stopped Luke Cage from living his life in Harlem with friends, new and old. The latest set photos of our third Netflix Defender see Rosario Dawson’s Claire back in action again, along with our first looks at Marvel’s Misty Knight, and even our new big bad.
Despite lacking any official photography of Jessica Jones, Marvel and Netflix keep right on truckin’ with Luke Cage pre-production. Latest to enter the Hero-for-Hire’s world is none other than Sons of Anarchy vet Theo Rossi as a Marvel gangster nemesis, while reports also confirm Rosario Dawson to reprise her Daredevil role as Claire Temple.
More and more details of Marvel’s Netflix Jessica Jones have been trickling out over the last few days, and while we strangely lack any actual photos, visuals are starting to shape up. Not only has the second Netflix Defender gained an official new logo, but so too have producers confirmed an appearance from Rosario Dawson’s Claire Temple.
If you’ve been curious as to why Rosario Dawson’s character on Netflix’s Daredevil series is named Claire Temple instead of Linda Carter (aka Night Nurse), we may finally have an answer. Daredevil Season 1 showrunner Steven DeKnight appeared at a Television Critics Association panel today, where he revealed the reason why Dawson’s character underwent a name change.