Daredevil Season 2 Possibly Debuting In March 2016 on Netflix

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Ever since fans finished the debut season of Marvel's Daredevil (ranked the #1 Comic Book based TV show) on Netflix, the question everyone has been asking is “When is Season 2?” For a long time, most of us believed that Marvel and the streaming service would debut the followup of the critically acclaimed series in April of 2016. However, it looks like we might be getting it a month earlier.

Inside Entertainment Weekly’s 2016 preview issue, there is a sizable chunk of Daredevil news inside. On one page however, Entertainment Weekly has marked that the show will debut in March of next year. In the article (part of which you can see below), you’ll see that production is just about to wrap up on the show, which would make the timing seem accurate.

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We’ve reached out to Marvel and Netflix to see if they can confirm the timing, since nothing official has been released from either yet but as of press time, we have not heard back.

We know Luke Cage is still in production so that show is mostly likely going to debut in the later part of the year, ala Jessica Jones, but 2016 is shaping up to be a great year for Marvel fans. What do you think ComicBook.com readers? Excited for more Daredevil in 2016? Let us know in the comments below.

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4 Comments

    • MovieMan
    • 226 Posts in 16 Months

    Personally, I found the first season dragged too much until the last 4 episodes. I am hoping that the 2nd season will push through all the background and get right to it and take off out of the gates. Regardless, looking forward to seeing the new season and how they do with the introductions of Punisher and Elektra. Also hope to see the Owl from the comic books and not what they gave us in the first season with the owl-less owl...

    • Ellis101
    • 23 Posts in 14 Months

    It says the same thing in Empire Magazine out today in their 2016 preview.

  1. I enjoyed the first season, and felt the pace to be appropriate considering the "world-building" being done.  That said, every time they introduce another classic character, I almost have to cringe and wait for them to screw it up.  So far, it's been good, but I'd hate to see a good series get derailed by a bad portrayal of a major character.

  2. MovieMan said ... (original post)

    Personally, I found the first season dragged too much until the last 4 episodes. I am hoping that the 2nd season will push through all the background and get right to it and take off out of the gates. Regardless, looking forward to seeing the new season and how they do with the introductions of Punisher and Elektra. Also hope to see the Owl from the comic books and not what they gave us in the first season with the owl-less owl...

    That is really interesting. I personally found, and so did many others, that it was break-neck pace and full of action-packed coolness in the first bunch of eps, then the last four sort of lost the ball. They were still cool, but just winded down a bit too much.