Netflix reveals Daredevil Season 2 trailer

Posted: 16 February 2016 7:34 am News


The full series drops on 18 March, but Netflix has released the first of a two-part trailer for Daredevil today.

Netflix has enjoyed significant success with its "Netflix Originals" programming, although that label applies both to series that it has purchased in that were already produced, as well as completely original content made with funding from the online streaming service, such as House Of Cards and Orange Is The New Black. It has also managed to produce a pair of highly acclaimed series based on lesser Marvel superheroes: Daredevil and Jessica Jones.

The second season of Daredevil will arrive on Netflix globally on 18 March, which means it’s just about time for Netflix to crank up the hype machine for it. That usually means a trailer, but in this case Netflix is opting for plurality. The first trailer is below, while the second won’t arrive for a little over a week.

It’s worth noting that there’s a moderate spoiler in the trailer below if you want to watch the series with no foreknowledge. Equally, if you couldn't quite tell from the screenshot, Daredevil, like the recently released Deadpool, is most definitely not suitable for children to watch.

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