Season two of “Daredevil” premiered in March on the streaming service. The series was Netflix’s first Marvel show, and has become the foundational show for a fleet of Marvel series there, including “Luke Cage,” “Jessica Jones” and the upcoming “Iron Fist,” “The Defenders” and “The Punisher.”
The series is executive produced by showrunners Douglas Petrie and Marco Ramirez.
“I think what we wanted to do, speaking for Marco and myself, was to make the show that we really wanted to see,” Petrie told Variety in March. “This felt, from the very beginning, very important to us and so we just honored that all along the way: what’s the best show we can possibly see based on these characters and the storylines that we’ve loved for so long?”
Marvel and Netflix also revealed the first teaser trailers for superhero series “Iron Fist” and the subsequent team-up series “The Defenders” at Comic-Con, with Daredevil’s Stick Scott Glenn providing a suitably mocking voiceover for the upcoming crossover between Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Iron Fist.