Marvel’s first foray into the world of streaming TV was apparently a success, as the company announced late on Tuesday evening that Daredevil will be returning to Netflix for a second season next year.
March has been a ridiculously busy month for Netflix releases, but it doesn’t look like things are slowing down at all in April. Some of the best new additions include Hot Fuzz, The Babadook and National Treasure, but the show we’re most excited about is Daredevil, the first of several Netflix series from Marvel.
On Tuesday, Marvel released a short preview for a teaser for the new Daredevil series on its YouTube account. It was frustratingly vague, as most 15-second teasers tend to be, but hours later, the full trailer has arrived, and we finally have a clear picture of what the Netflix series will look like.
Netflix announced on Wednesday at the Television Critics Association’s winter previews that the first season of Marvel’s Daredevil series will premiere on April 10th at 12:01 a.m. PT. The 13-episode season will star Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, a lawyer who dons the Daredevil costume to fight crime at night.