Marvel's Daredevil Season 2

Release Date, Episode Guide

Marvel's Daredevil season 2 started airing on Friday, March 18, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S2E1 Bang

S2E2 Dogs to a Gunfight

S2E3 New York's Finest

S2E4 Penny and Dime

S2E5 Kinbaku

S2E6 Regrets Only

S2E7 Semper Fidelis

S2E8 Guilty as Sin

S2E9 Seven Minutes in Heaven

S2E10 The Man in the Box

S2E11 .380

S2E12 The Dark at the End of the Tunnel

most recent episode S2E13 A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen

How many episodes are in season 2 of Marvel's Daredevil?

The season consists of 13 episodes.

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Critics Reviews

    With the Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio) put away, Daredevil (Charlie Cox) hopes that things will calm down in Hell’s Kitchen.  Unfortunately, a new player nicknamed the Punisher (Jon Bernthal) by the police is targeting gangs.  Matt also faces the return of his college lover Elektra Natchios (Élodie Yung) who could mean more problems for his law firm if his actions as Daredevil interfere with his work.  When a group called the Hand moves in to New York City, Daredevil finds he might be in the battle of his life in a race to protect the people he love. The discovery of a massive pit leaves Matt with more questions, but when ninjas known as the Hand attack and injure Elektra, Matt finds his teacher Stick (Scott Glenn) has returned. Matt learns about a potential danger facing the city and his past with Elektra may not be what it seemed.  Putting Frank Castle on the stand backfires and leads to an unexpected alliance. - by BasementRejects - Season 2 [JPRoscoe]

    But these are rare missteps, because Daredevil season two delivers in spades. And really, to rip into it too much would be amiss. Central to this particular story is a musing on how imperfect humans, even the mighty ones, really are. At times, they are wholly negligible, their self-proclaimed acts of righteous justice often causing disastrous knock-on effects. In its unflinching, brutal mix, and many flawed, conflicted central players, Daredevil acts and feels like a spiritual successor to Alan Moore’s masterful Watchmen, concerned as much with questions of morality and lopsided ideals as with entertainment. Perhaps the best place to start is with the “hallway fight” which, in the wake of season 1, quickly became the stuff of online legend: a superb one-shot, no holds barred smackdown. This time around, it’s a biker gang, and a brawl which seems to draw as much inspiration from the infamous battle in Oldboy as it does from its own previous. And it doesn’t disappoint, extending along a dimly lit passageway and down a stairwell, opening up glorious new opportunities for painful thug bashing. In segments like this, you’re once again left hoping the stuntmen are well paid, given how they appear to take more punishment than even Jackie Chan’s trusted crew. It’s a great scene and a logical progression of its forbearer. - by Season 2 - The Sci-Fi Fantasy Network [Rob Malan]

    It doesn’t take long for Murdock (Charlie Cox) and the team to get wind of a new vigilante in Hell’s Kitchen who can only be stopped by Daredevil. Frank Castle is played by Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead, Sicario) who I had some initial concerns with, but had them snuffed out as the season progressed.  Daredevil (Murdock) Doesn’t agree with The Punisher’s (Castle’s) methods and does everything in his power to stop him. The two battle until Castle is finally apprehended by the police and brought to trial. Murdock, Foggy and Page after realizing what Castle has been fighting for decide to defend him in court against a District Attorney that seems to be hiding something. After Murdock get a visit from an old friend, Daredevil becomes busy leaving the legal team short handed and straining Matt’s relationship with Foggy and Page. Layers of lies and hidden truths make the series extremely interesting and keep you on the edge of your seat. Matt Murdock’s old friend/girlfriend is non other than Elektra Natchios, a woman he met in college that seemed to have a past not so dissimilar to his own. Elektra is back in town to investigate an ancient organization know as The Hand. Murdock and Elektra’s teacher Stick has come to battle The Hand but may have motives of his own. The history between Elektra and Matt plays out well and we’re given a bit of her origin in flashbacks from Matt’s point of view and her own. They each have different beliefs in how to deal with criminals and/or threats in general but Murdock is hopeful that she can change her ways.  The story of both Elektra and The Punisher are played out great throughout the season and kept separately enough that things don’t get too confusing. - by R&R - Season 2 [Mike Miro]

    The following is a review of the second season of Marvel’s Daredevil, a Netflix Original Series. Expect spoilers from the first season, but spoilers for the second season will be kept at a minimum. - by I'm Jeffrey Rex - Season 2 [Jeffrey Rex Bertelsen]

    Nice selection 🙂 though I can’t take Hugh Laurie seriously in The Night Manager. To be fair I can’t take him seriously in anything because he’ll always be George from Blackadder to me ha ha. Nice selection 🙂 though I can’t take Hugh Laurie seriously in The Night Manager. To be fair I can’t take him seriously in anything because he’ll always be George from Blackadder to me ha ha. - by 100 Films in a Year - Season 2 [Richard Nelson]


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