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Third Season Of ‘Daredevil’ To Drop On Netflix Before 2018 Ends

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Since season two of Daredevil, fans have waited for news on more adventures featuring Matt Murdock. With a plethora of praise under their belts, producers got to work on new episodes. Fortunately, those loyal fans won’t be waiting much longer.

The First Defender

The third season of Daredevil is slated to arrive on Netflix before 2018 is over. This will be a big change for the show, which has made previous season premieres in the spring.

Marvel

In order to get fans excited, Marvel Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada unveiled artwork to promote the third season back in March. The art shows Daredevil leaping from a building into an unknown situation. Quesada, who was Marvel Comics’ former editor-in-chief, did artwork for many Daredevil comics from 1998 to 2007.

New Toys To Play With

When it comes to who’s joining the show in season three, several new faces are on the list. Jay Ali, who is best known for his work on the family drama The Fosters, was cast as FBI agent Rahul “Ray” Nadeem. Former Young and the Restless star Wilson Bethel was also cast as an agent, but details on her character are unknown.

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Joanne Whalley was cast to play Murdock’s mother (and nun) Sister Maggie. Annabella Sciorra will reprise her Rosalie Carbone character from Luke Cage for the third season.

Justice Is Blind

Filming for the third season was finished back in June. Following the other two seasons, this season has a new showrunner with Erik Oleson. The Washington D.C. native originally wrote for The CW’s Arrow. This season is slated to take elements from the “Born Again” storyline released in 1986. This storyline finds Daredevil descending into a state of insanity thanks to the Kingpin. The first issue from the storyline was voted by fans as one of the best Marvel issues ever.

Netflix

Daredevil won’t be alone this fall with the release of Iron Fist‘s second season on Sept. 7. Jessica Jones and Luke Cage also debuted new seasons this year via Netflix.

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