Daredevil (2015–2018)
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Daredevil 

In the season finale, a boxed-in Fisk and a desperate Murdock, Foggy, and Karen are forced to play their end games.

Director:

Steven S. DeKnight

Writers:

Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics by), Bill Everett (based on the Marvel comics by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Cox ... Matt Murdock / Daredevil
Deborah Ann Woll ... Karen Page
Elden Henson ... Foggy Nelson
Bob Gunton ... Leland Owlsley
Ayelet Zurer ... Vanessa Marianna
Vincent D'Onofrio ... Wilson Fisk
Peter McRobbie ... Father Lantom
Daryl Edwards ... Detective Hoffman
Rob Morgan ... Turk Barrett
Royce Johnson ... Brett Mahoney
Tommy Walker ... Francis
Amy Rutberg ... Marci Stahl
Matt Gerald ... Melvin Potter
Geoffrey Cantor ... Mitchell Ellison
Adriane Lenox ... Doris Urich
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In the season finale, a boxed-in Fisk and a desperate Murdock, Foggy, and Karen are forced to play their end games.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (5.1)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

The newspaper picture depicting Daredevil is a variation of the cover from Daredevil #440 (2004). See more »

Goofs

The Summerville truck in which Fisk is loaded, is a U-Haul truck. The designation number is clearly visible and the EL at the beginning refers to a 17' truck. This number can be seen on the front and the back of the truck in the upper left of the box. See more »

Quotes

Father Lantom: [at Ben Urich's funeral] How you holding up?
Matt Murdock: Like a good Catholic boy.
Father Lantom: That bad, huh?
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Connections

References Serpico (1973) See more »

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I agree, top notch effort from Marvel & Netflix
19 February 2016 | by SailinshipSee all my reviews

Folks, this is the real deal, this ain't that garbage movie they did. The main cast is phenomenal, the writing is top notch, the fighting, oh man, the fighting is....It's not that I don't love martial arts movies, I do, but it's nice to see people fight with some hint of unnatural advantage without it getting so over the top that it stops making sense and thus stops being interesting. The fights in DD are believable. The opponents hurt each other and the fights last as long as you might expect them to. The Way they are shot is very interesting as well. People behind the cameras are often too scared to pan out and just show them fighting, and although that isn't a constant on the show, when they do it, it's fantastic. Dark, brutal and life threatening.

One thing you should know is that I'm a DD comic book collector and fan. I have an almost full run of the series, and the Miller stuff changed the way I looked at comics forever. His silhouette jumping/fighting DD changed the Marvel Universe. So, the movies, directed by Mark Steven Johnson, hurt me. It just hurt. This series, elevates.

To the series creators, please continue with the excellent job you've done of introducing us the characters at this moment in the beginning of Daredevils fight for right. Please keep the pace you've created and don't forget to make him evolve and grow as a super-hero and a man. What you are creating may very well be exactly what Mr. Matt Murdock is supposed to be, one of the Marvel Universe's leaders in the fight for justice. I expect this show to lead this particular DD into the movies to stand along the Avengers, Spider-Man, FF, the X-Men and all the other top tier characters. Good job! P.S. Deborah Ann Woll, OUCH!!!!!! HOT!!!! And a hell of an actress. Vincent D'Onofrio, HOLY MOLLY is he a nemesis, none of that unbelievable bad accent ?villain? in tights, this mo fo scares me. Charlie Cox is a natural born hero with all the charisma and conflict needed to play this role and Elden Henson is his friend, NOT a sidekick, he is a human being with the chops to pull off having his own story. All of them, great choices, great jobs so far.

I promised myself I would stay alive long enough to see my stories, my my comics, our American Mythos on the big scree after I saw the beginning of it with Tim Burton's Batman and now...I can die. Thank you.


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