Daredevil season 3
(3 seasons, 45 minutes)
Daredevil Season 3 could be the best Marvel show right now, all though there could be arguments for Luke Cage, Punisher, or Jessica Jones (we don’t talk about Inhumans) being just as good. Nonetheless, I was very impressed with the performance of Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio. I’m not a big Daredevil comic-book fan, but I felt they did very interesting and accurate character portrayals of Daredevil and Fisk, respectively.
The shows third season premiered on October 19, so all you regular fans of the show have probably already seen it and are caught up. For those who are new to the series, it’s a Netflix-exclusive series that follows the life of attorney Matt Murdock who is also the vigilante known as Daredevil. What sets Daredevil apart from other heroes, is that he is blind. The show is influenced by the current Marvel movies, but you are unlikely to see a reference to Daredevil in the films anytime soon.
Season 3 of Daredevil concerns Matt Murdock’s struggles with his civilian life against his vigilante life, with him having to choose between the two. To add to Matt’s problems, Fisk (or Kingpin, as he’s also known by) is released from prison, and seeks to ruin Matt’s/Daredevil’s life. Another character for Daredevil to contend with is Dex, who may become an even greater threat than Daredevil or Kingpin would imagine.