Since the debut of Daredevil series on Netflix, there has been a huge fan following and craze for Marvel’s shows. Netflix was taken by storm by the immense positive response it received from viewers not just in North America but across the globe. Daredevil is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), sharing continuity with the films of the franchise, and is the first in a series of shows that will lead up to The Defenders crossover miniseries.
The Defenders will witness the crossover of ‘Hell’s Kitchen Heroes’ Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist on Netflix. Jessica Jones premiered on Netflix in November 2015 and owing to its response it received, Marvel announced a second season of it. After Daredevil’s successful first run, it got itself a second season that released in March 2016.
And now finally Marvel announced at San Diego Comic-Con that Daredevil will get season three whose production will start post The Defenders. Along with this news, Marvel unveiled three new teasers at SDCC for Netflix series that are in the works: Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Defenders.
They released a full teaser to this fall’s Luke Cage that’s set to debut on 20 September. In the series, Mike Colter reprises his Jessica Jones role as Cage, a wrongly-accused fugitive left super-strong and unbreakable after an experiment. The series will see Luke relocating uptown from Jones’ and Daredevil’s home turf of Hell’s Kitchen to Harlem, where Cage will take on criminal kingpin Cottonmouth Stokes, the cousin of a local politician played by Alfre Woodard.
Iron Fist follows Danny Rand (Finn Jones), the son of a murdered business mogul who masters martial arts, and eventually a mystical power that makes his fists inhumanly strong, to avenge his murdered parents. The show debuts in 2017, as does Defenders.
Release dates for a second season of Jones, Daredevil season 3, and a Punisher series haven’t been released.
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) 22 July 2016