|Running time:||60 min.|
The Walt Disney Company
|Executive producers:||Drew Goddard; Dan Buckley; Jim Chory; Steven S. DeKnight; Alan Fine; Peter Friedlander; Allie Goss; Kris Henigman; Cindy Holland; Stan Lee; Jeph Loeb; Douglas Petrie; Joe Pokaski; Joe Quesada|
|Producers:||Alex Shevchenko; Marco Ramirez|
|Principal cast:||Charlie Cox; Deborah Ann Woll; Elden Henson; Vincent D'Onofrio; Toby Leonard Moore; Vondie Curtis-Hall; Bob Gunton|
|First aired:||April 10th, 2015|
Daredevil is an American streaming video web series based on the character of Daredevil featured in comic book titles published by Marvel Comics. As a television series, it is the third live-action program set within the greater continuity of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, following the ABC programs Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter. The series was created by Drew Goddard and produced by Goddard Textiles, DeKnight Productions and Marvel Entertainment. All thirteen episodes of this miniseries event were made available on Netflix instant streaming video service on April 10th, 2015.
Daredevil stars Charlie Cox in the role of the eponymous street-level hero Matt Murdock, aka Daredevil. The show also stars Deborah Ann Woll in the female lead as Karen Page, Elden Henson as lawyer Foggy Nelson, Vincent D'Onofrio as the central antagonist, Wilson Fisk, Toby Leonard Moore as James Wesley, Vondie Curtis-Hall as Ben Urich and Bob Gunton as Leland Owsley.
|1x1||Into the Ring||April 10th, 2015|
|1x2||Cut Man||April 10th, 2015|
|1x3||Rabbit in a Snow Storm||April 10th, 2015|
|1x4||In the Blood||April 10th, 2015|
|1x5||World on Fire||April 10th, 2015|
|1x6||Condemned||April 10th, 2015|
|1x7||Stick||April 10th, 2015|
|1x8||Shadows in the Glass||April 10th, 2015|
|1x9||Speak of the Devil||April 10th, 2015|
|1x10||Nelson v. Murdock||April 10th, 2015|
|1x11||The Path of the Rigtheous||April 10th, 2015|
|1x12||The Ones We Leave Behind||April 10th, 2015|
|1x13||Daredevil||April 10th, 2015|
|2x01||Bang||March 18th, 2016|
|2x02||Dogs to a Gunfight||March 18th, 2016|
|2x03||New York's Finest||March 18th, 2016|
|2x04||Penny and Dime||March 18th, 2016|
|2x05||Kinbaku||March 18th, 2016|
|2x06||Regrets Only||March 18th, 2016|
|2x07||Semper Fidelis||March 18th, 2016|
|2x08||Guilty as Sin||March 18th, 2016|
|2x09||Seven Minutes in Heaven||March 18th, 2016|
|2x10||The Man in the Box||March 18th, 2016|
|2x11||.380||March 18th, 2016|
|2x12||The Dark at the End of the Tunnel||March 18th, 2016|
|2x13||A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen||March 18th, 2016|
|Charlie Cox||Daredevil, Matt Murdock|
|Deborah Ann Woll||Karen Page|
|Elden Henson||Foggy Nelson|
|Vincent D'Onofrio||Wilson Fisk|
|Toby Leonard Moore||James Wesley|
|Vondie Curtis-Hall||Ben Urich|
|Bob Gunton||Leland Owlsley|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This series is alternatively known as Marvel's Daredevil. Daredevil (TV series) also redirects to this page.
- Daredevil was created by comic book writer Stan Lee and artists Bill Everett and Steve Ditko. He first appeared in Daredevil, Volume 1 #1 in 1964.
- The Kingpin was created by comic book writer Stan Lee and artist John Romita. He first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #50 in 1967. Although the Kingpin started out as a recurring foe of Spider-Man, he later became more solidly affiliated as Daredevil's arch-nemesis.
- This is the third live-action interpretation of the Daredevil character. The first was the 1989 television movie, The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, in which he was portrayed by actor Rex Smith. Another iteration of the character was presented in the 2003 feature film Daredevil, where he was played by actor Ben Affleck.
- On April 21st, 2015, Marvel.com announced that a second season of Daredevil had been ordered and would be released again through Netflix in 2016. Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight would be departing from the franchise due to prior commitments leaving the show's second season in the hands of Douglas Petrie. 
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