Daredevil: Season 2 Awaits Us This Friday


Source: Daredevil Instagram

As if Friday isn’t already a magical, glorious day most people count down to every week, this week for us Marvel fans Friday is even more enticing. Because we get to dive into Season 2 of Daredevil!

This season honestly looks incredible and I really hope it lives up to expectations because Daredevil has easily become one of my absolute favorite shows. I was blown away by the first season and it made me happy that they didn’t just do another movie. Marvel can do so much more with this character on a show and I cannot wait to how Season 2 unfolds and where it might lead to next season…if it gets renewed. But I can’t see it not getting renewed.

It’s Wednesday so we’re halfway there. It’s been a long year waiting for more Matt Murdock and those 13 episodes are just a grasp away.

Until next time, if you missed the final trailer released this Tuesday then check it out below and happy binge-watching this weekend!


Daredevil Season 2: Hell’s Kitchen, Meet the Punisher


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Before you know it, February will be coming to an end and March 18 aka the premiere date for Daredevil Season 2 will be right around the corner. And I could not be more excited!

Today we were blessed with a new trailer for Season 2 and…

“I think you’re a man who can’t finish the job.”

“I think you’re a coward.”

“You know, you’re one bad day away from being me…”


Go ahead, Frank. Piss Matt off.

As much as I do love the Punisher, I’m sort of hoping Matt holds his own and can show Frank that Daredevil is not a coward. But at the same time, kind of excited to see what Jon Bernthal brings to the table as Frank Castle. If you watch The Walking Dead, you know how far off the deep end he can go with a character and Frank is not the happiest of people for very understandable reasons.

I can’t wait to see Matt’s limits pushed and see how far he’ll go in order to deal with Frank’s deadly presence in Hell’s Kitchen.

And of course the great thing about Daredevil being on Netflix is that it can go places, darker places, that the other Marvel films and shows on TV don’t and won’t typically do. It has that freedom on Netflix (thank god they made it into a series and not a movie) and I think that’s part of the reason why it turned out so awesome. The same goes for Jessica Jones (which I ended up loving!).

Side note: If you’re a fan of the comics, Marvel is also releasing a new Daredevil/Punisher crossover which will be a five issue miniseries. In the crossover, Daredevil and his new partner Blindspot come head to head with Frank when the Punisher returns to New York.

It’s written by Charles Soule with art from Szymon Kudranski and Reilly Brown and will be released digitally in March, perfectly timed with the Daredevil Netflix series return, and will be on shelves in April.

Until next time, keep counting down with me until March 18 and check out the Daredevil trailer below!