Marvel's Daredevil

Friday 12:00 AM on Netflix Premiered Apr 10, 2015 In Season



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AIRED ON 3/18/2016

Season 2 : Episode 13

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Matt Murdock was blinded as a boy in a tragic accident. An accident that also gave him extraordinary senses. Practicing as an attorney in Hell's Kitchen, New York City by day, he fights as a masked vigilante at night.


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Charlie Cox

Charlie Cox

Matt Murdock/Daredevil

Deborah Ann Woll

Deborah Ann Woll

Karen Page

Elden Henson

Elden Henson

Foggy Nelson

Jon Bernthal

Jon Bernthal

Frank Castle/The Punisher

Elodie Yung

Elodie Yung


Stephen Rider

Stephen Rider

Blake Tower

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  • Here's why Daredevil S02 is such a yawner...

    ... it's because none of our heroes or even the main villains are in any danger to die or get seriously hurt w/o a "reset switch" comeback.

    This makes the 2nd series feel like a Disney comic book, compare this do "Game of Thrones" approach that keeps you nailed to your seat b/c all main characters may disappear anytime. But with Daredevil, seeing the Punisher (set up for a spin-off) or Elektra (set up for the grand finale) battling hordes of ninjas is boring, except for the visual appeal of a premium ppv series.

    Unfortunately, this leaves us with the story you'll instantly forget once the series is over. Including you-know-who from S01 makes this even worse as it's a reminder of the big difference in quality. Last not least, Daredevil turned full super-hero now - complete with freaky costume (unlike the realistic pre-devil suit in S01) and downplaying the real-life lawyer story line.

    Proof of the shallow mass-marketing concept is the change of the intro-sequence: They had to copy/paste the shot of the devil mask to the front, probably the viewers are suspected not to have enough patience and need a "in your face" voodoo ninja story.moreless
  • 10/10 Perfect for binge watching!

    Excellent cast, awesome energy and strong momentum all the way to the end. Highly recommended! Ideal example of what TV shows must strive for. Superb decision to bring in Elektra. Cuties are needed everywhere!
  • Awesome!

    Season 2 Rocks!

    Holy Shit! As good if not even better than Season 1.

    Worth seeing, and now, getting stoked for Season 3. I sense there will be some Kingpin conflict in the horizon for Matt.

    Gotta love the show!


    2014-2015 gave us many new comic book inspired tv shows. My top 3 are Gotham, the Flash and DareDevil.

    To me, I don't think these shows should be compared, they all stand on their own awesomeness.

    Since this review is about DareDevil, let's focus on that.

    Seeing all 13 episodes, I love how urban the show is and how it ended with his iconic costume. Sure, it doesn't have the DD logo, but I sense that will come as the show progresses.

    It's an origin show and it is actually quite straight-forward.

    As a disclaimer I should say that I've never been much of a Marvel's fan when it comes to comic books, Always been more DC. Spider-Man and the what-if books were my favorites from Marvel.

    So, what I know of DareDevil is mostly from the previous movie and bits and pieces of cross-over events.

    The TV show is much superior to the movie. Every actor is well chosen. The show is awesome, gritty and full of action.

    Nobody is perfect, all are flawed and all are human. You can see every character evolving towards becoming more of what we would expect them to be as per the comic book.

    Charlie Cox's casting, Vincent D'Onofrio's casting, I mean, amazing actors who gave amazing performances throughout the season.

    All good stuff.

    To borrow a line from Comedy Central, watching this show is 'Time well wasted' :)

  • not your average comic book: in fact this is, hands down, the comic book tv show to beat

    daredevil is quickly becoming the most interesting superhero to superhero who grew up in poverty, one of the few who actually has to have a job to make ends meet, and is a vigilante with a very live conscience and a catholic conscience at that. but it is d'onofrio's wilson fisk that is one of the most compelling and unsettling villains i've come across in some time: simultaneously sensitive and terrifying, fragile and pervasive.moreless
  • This show is amazing!

    Wow. This show was so well done for season 1. I was hooked at the first episode and was psyched that every episode was really good and worth watching! Looking forward to season 2. Not sure what I think about the red\black costume outfit though. The body armor is a plus and of course, it's Daredevil. But, I did like the black. Very 'street fighter' Definitely a great entertainment value to watch.

    The new Colony tv series is also a great storyline to watch. Different, but intriguing!moreless

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