Air Date: April 10th, 2015
A blind lawyer, with his other senses superhumanly enhanced, fights crime as a costumed superhero.
Genres: Science fiction, Drama, Action
Season 2 - Episode 13 : A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen Mar 18, 2016
Daredevil is forced into the ultimate showdown as he fights for his life and the future of Hell's Kitchen.
Season 2 - Episode 12 : The Dark at the End of the Tunnel Mar 18, 2016
Daredevil heads underground as he tries to help a friend; Karen pursues a dangerous lead; the future of the firm is in peril.
Season 2 - Episode 11 : .380 Mar 18, 2016
As the Punisher's war rages on, the body count in Hell's Kitchen rises; Murdock tries to finish what the district attorney started.
Season 2 - Episode 10 : The Man in the Box Mar 18, 2016
Murdock and Foggy are caught in the crossfire as the Punisher seeks revenge; Karen and Murdock take different approaches as they look for the truth.
Season 2 - Episode 9 : Seven Minutes in Heaven Mar 18, 2016
Castle is presented with an irresistible offer; as Murdock and Foggy question the future of the firm, Karen refuses to give up.
Daredevil is an intelligent, well-crafted drama series that may be a little thin on actual action for those expecting the CGI orgies associated with the modern Marvel logo but contains the nuance and character that has been missing from most of those blockbusters. Show More
Some of the show’s episode-by-episode plot threads do come across as perfunctory filler. And Daredevil has a tendency to stretch out its conversational scenes to the point of enervation, especially with regard to Fisk’s attempts to romance an art gallery owner (played by Man of Steel’s Ayelet Zurer). However, the show makes up for those missteps with its clear and compelling voice. Show More
While we get an origin story, it’s not drawn out, and right from the start, Murdock is fighting crime. The fighting is particularly well-staged.... The dialogue, however, could use some of that snap. The exchanges between Matt, Foggy, and Karen aim for the sort of brisk funniness that was a hallmark of shows these producers have worked on, including Buffy and Angel, but it’s mostly strained stuff. Actually, the purely plot-driven lines are more amusing. Show More