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Daredevil
Season 3

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Starring
  • Charlie Cox
  • Deborah Ann Woll
  • Elden Henson
  • Joanne Whalley
  • Jay Ali
  • Wilson Bethel
  • Stephen Rider
  • Vincent D'Onofrio
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes13
Release
Original networkNetflix
Original releaseOctober 19, 2018
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The third and final season of the American streaming television series Daredevil, which is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, follows Matt Murdock / Daredevil, a blind lawyer-by-day who fights crime at night. When Wilson Fisk is released from prison, Murdock must decide between hiding from the world or embracing his life as a hero vigilante. The season is phối in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), sharing continuity with the films and other television series of the franchise. It was produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios, with Erik Oleson serving as showrunner and series creator Drew Goddard acting as a consultant.

Charlie Cox stars as Murdock, and Vincent D'Onofrio portrays Fisk, with Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, and Stephen Rider also returning from previous seasons; Joanne Whalley, Jay Ali, and Wilson Bethel join them. Former series regular Ayelet Zurer also returns in a guest role. The season was ordered in July năm 2016, with Oleson announced as the new showrunner for the season in October 2017. Filming began the following month and ended by June 2018, with the season adapting elements from the "Born Again" comic storyline.

The 13-episode season was released on October 19, 2018. Netflix canceled the series on November 29, 2018.[1] Daredevil: Born Again, a revival series produced by Marvel Studios for Disney+, was announced in July 2022.[2]

Episodes[edit]

Cast and characters[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

At the năm 2016 San Diego Comic-Con International, Marvel and Netflix revealed the series had been renewed for a third season, with the expectation that Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez would return as showrunners from the second season.[14] In October 2017, it was announced that Erik Oleson would replace Petrie and Ramirez as showrunner for the season.[3] The season had yet đồ sộ be scheduled for release by the over of July 2018, and television critics wondered whether the quality of the season was đồ sộ blame on this. Netflix VP Cindy Holland responded that the scheduling of the various Marvel Netflix series, especially the crossover miniseries The Defenders which required cast members from all of the series đồ sộ come together, was đồ sộ blame for the delay, and that the company had no issue with the quality of the season; on the contrary, Holland described the season as "fantastic" and felt it was a "real return đồ sộ form" for the series.[15]

Writing[edit]

The ending of the miniseries The Defenders, which sees Matt Murdock waking up in a convent surrounded by nuns after being presumed dead, implied elements of the season would be inspired by the "Born Again" story arc.[16][17] Charlie Cox was excited đồ sộ adapt "Born Again", calling it "an amazing story" and that the implications of the story on the season "would be very exciting". He cautioned, however, that it would not be a "page-for-page" adaptation, "because if you tự [that], then you become a foregone conclusion. There may be elements from "Born Again", but I'm sure there will be elements that are unfamiliar and surprising and different in order for the show đồ sộ be compelling đồ sộ fans who know the comics very well."[18] Oleson crafted an original story for the season, taking "pieces of some of my favorite comic book runs, that told a larger story". When pitching his ideas đồ sộ Marvel, Oleson expected "more pushback" from them, but said "Marvel was incredibly excited about the storyline" and gave him "complete freedom". Executive producer Jeph Loeb did note that despite this apparent freedom, Oleson was still required đồ sộ khuyến mãi with Murdock's death in The Defenders which was part of "a fairly good idea as đồ sộ what [Marvel] wanted đồ sộ tackle in terms of story" before Oleson presented his ideas.[19] Oleson drew inspiration from "Born Again" and "Guardian Devil" for the tone of the season.[20] Building the season structurally, Oleson felt if any viewer was "a devout Catholic [...] you could read into the events of the early episodes as a message from God đồ sộ Matt".[21]

At the start of the season, Oleson noted that Murdock would be "broken physically, broken emotionally, and broken spiritually", with his heightened senses failing him. Oleson added, "He's angry at God, he's angry at the fact that he had risked his life đồ sộ tự God's work, and he's questioning whether or not he was a fool." This results in Murdock donning his original Đen suit, similar đồ sộ the one he wore in season one, since he "goes đồ sộ pretty much the darkest place you can" and is at a point, Oleson notes, "[w]hen he realizes that he's incapable of being Daredevil, [and] he would rather just over it phàn nàn go forward in his life without abilities."[19] This also allowed Oleson đồ sộ return the character "to the core idea" of being a boxer's son, "where his fighting style was more brutal and kind of close in combat".[22] Oleson also wanted "to make the action sequences matter in ways that reflected on characters, or had real stakes". He added, "the best writing is one where the action sequences are an inherent part of the story and you cannot predict that the action is going đồ sộ turn out a certain way."[23]

Regarding the return of Wilson Fisk / Kingpin, Oleson called him "smarter, more calculated, and more manipulative", and felt his inclusion allowed the ability đồ sộ "tell a story that's relevant đồ sộ the world around us. I looked at the show as a way đồ sộ examine how tyrants manipulate in order đồ sộ push their own agenda and cause fear and distrust." Loeb felt the season went "back đồ sộ the world of the crime story".[19] Karen Page's backstory is further explored in the season, with Woll explaining it reveals "why shooting someone [James Wesley] and covering it up is a bit more in her wheelhouse," while Foggy Nelson's family and additional backstory is also seen.[20] All of the supporting characters in the season were treated "as emotionally real people as opposed đồ sộ treating them as props or devices". Oleson wanted them đồ sộ be "the protagonist of their own journey", modeling this approach after the series Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The Sopranos, and The Wire.[21]

Benjamin "Dex" Poindexter does not go by Bullseye in the season. In the season's final sequence, Dex's spine is being operated on before the camera zooms into his face and a bullseye appears in his eye.[24] Oleson "was very interested in telling an origin story not only about how a character we know from the comics as a full-blown psychopath and killer, but how somebody in real life could be turned into something lượt thích that." This origin also spoke đồ sộ the overall theme for the season of fear, which touched the story arcs of Murdock, Page, and Fisk as well. Psychiatrists and psychologists were consulted đồ sộ help create "a realistic portrait of Dex and how he might be able đồ sộ turn into Bullseye".[21]

Casting[edit]

Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, and Vincent D'Onofrio all return in the season, reprising their roles as Matt Murdock / Daredevil, Karen Page, Franklin "Foggy" Nelson, and Wilson Fisk / Kingpin, respectively.[3] Rider also returns as Blake Tower.[7] In November 2017, Wilson Bethel was cast as a new series regular, Benjamin "Dex" Poindexter,[25][6] and in January 2018, Joanne Whalley was revealed đồ sộ have been cast as Maggie Grace, a nun who cares deeply about Murdock's safety;[26][4] she was mentioned at the over of The Defenders.[16] Jay Ali was cast as FBI agent Rahul "Ray" Nadeem, by March.[5]

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Recurring characters in the season include Peter McRobbie as Father Paul Lantom,[7] Danny Johnson as Benjamin Donovan,[8] Geoffrey Cantor as Mitchell Ellison,[9] Amy Rutberg as Marci Stahl,[11] and Royce Johnson as Brett Mahoney,[8] all of whom are reprising their roles from earlier seasons. Other recurring characters include Stephen Rowe as Nicholas Lee, one of Fisk's lawyers; Kate Udall as Tammy Hattley, the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI; Sunita Deshpande as Seema Nadeem and Noah Huq as Sami Nadeem, Ray's wife and son, respectively; Peter Halpin as Theo Nelson, Foggy's brother created for the series;[10] Holly Cinnamon as Julie Barnes, a friend of Dex; Joe Jones as Felix Manning, Fisk's fixer; Kelly McAndrews as Mrs. Shelby, Fisk's surveillance technician; and Matthew McCurdy, Don Castro, Scotty Crow, Richard Prioleau, David Anthony Buglione, Sam Slater, and Andrew Sensenig as FBI agents Wellers, Arinori, Lim, Doyle, Johnson, O'Connor, and Winn, respectively.

Characters making guest appearances from the first two seasons and other MCU truyền thông media include Matt Gerald as Melvin Potter, John Patrick Hayden as Jack Murdock, Annabella Sciorra as Rosalie Carbone, following up on her character's introduction in the second season of Luke Cage,[12] Ron Simons as NYPD captain Strieber, following his appearance in The Defenders,[citation needed] and former main cast thành viên Ayelet Zurer as Vanessa Marianna-Fisk.[13]

Former Daredevil comic writer and editor Roy Thomas has a cameo appearance as a prison inmate in "Blindsided".[27]

Design[edit]

Costume designer Liz Vastola noted Daredevil's Đen suit was "purposely ripped and jagged đồ sộ highlight Matt's state of mind" throughout the season. Vastola described Page's wardrobe as "fucking fierce" as Page transitions into more of an investigative journalist. Foggy Nelson's look is a "complete 180" from what he was wearing in season one, with the character now wearing suits made by Martin Greenfield Clothiers.[20]

Filming[edit]

Filming for the season began on November 13, 2017, in Thành Phố New York City.[28] A week of filming for the season in March 2018 took place in the town of Windham, Thành Phố New York, with phối photos revealing that the town was representing Fagan Corners, Vermont,[29] the hometown of Karen Page in the comics.[30] The production paid for the renovation of a local store đồ sộ portray a diner for the series, and used the town's emergency helicopter pad. Additional filming locations for the week included nearby ski areas and a country club.[29] The exterior of the Lotte Thành Phố New York Palace Hotel served as the building of Fisk's penthouse while under FBI surveillance.[20] An abandoned prison in Staten Island was used for the riot sequence in episode four.[31] Filming for the season was completed by mid-June 2018.[32]

"Blindsided" features a long action sequence filmed in a single take. Oleson credited the episode's director Alex Garcia Lopez, writer Lewaa Nasserdeen, and the stunt team for conceiving the idea. Once the sequence was decided, Oleson asked Marvel đồ sộ give them a full day đồ sộ rehearse the sequence, which "no one had ever done before", since "it required every single thành viên of the crew đồ sộ work in perfect sync." Oleson said once "the crew finally pulled it off, it was something spectacular that injected adrenaline into the crew for the remainder of the season." The sequence, which does not feature any hidden edit cuts, was meant đồ sộ be a "homage, and then one-upping" of the sequence from season one. Several moments were included in the sequence where the editing team could add a cut if needed, though they did not need them. While editing the episode, Oleson increased the lighting in certain shots "so that the audience could see that we never cut the camera".[23] Cox called the completed sequence "amazing", adding it was "a real testament đồ sộ the stunt team".[33]

Music[edit]

Composer John Paesano once again returns for the season. A soundtrack album for the season was released digitally by Hollywood Records on October 19, 2018.[34]

All music composed by John Paesano, unless otherwise noted.[34]

Daredevil: Season 3 (Original Soundtrack Album)
No.TitleMusicLength
1."Main Title"John Paesano and Braden Kimball1:05
2."Subway Feels" 2:37
3."The Motorcade" 2:43
4."Tazin' in the Dark" 1:53
5."Checking Mail" 3:36
6."To the Nest" 1:36
7."Agent Nadeem" 2:01
8."Not Another Hallway" 5:22
9."Returning Home" 2:04
10."All Star Pitcher" 8:22
11."Ricochet Neighbor" 2:28
12."The Murdocks" 2:38
13."Trading Judgement" 4:42
14."Fagan Corners" 3:41
15."Elevated Hubbies" 2:35
16."Leading the Blind" 3:24
17."Perp Walk" 2:49
18."Wedding Day Jitters" 4:36
19."Dex Plus One" 5:29
20."The Funeral" 4:08
21."Still Stapled Together" 3:42
22."Nelson Murdock and Page" 2:26
23."End Credits" 1:06

Marketing[edit]

By mid-June 2018, discussions were underway regarding the season being promoted at San Diego Comic-Con that year.[32] A teaser trailer for the season was included as a post-credits scene at the over of the second season of Iron Fist.[35] A full trailer for the season was released on October 4, 2018, which also confirmed Bethel's role as Benjamin Poindexter in the season.[6] Cox, Henson, Woll, D'Onofrio, Whalley, Bethel, and Ali promoted the season at Thành Phố New York Comic Con on October 6, 2018.[36]

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Release[edit]

The third season of Daredevil was released on October 19, 2018, on the streaming service Netflix, worldwide,[37] in Ultra HD 4K.[38] Initially thought đồ sộ be releasing in 2017,[14] Netflix COO Ted Sarandos stated in July năm 2016 that the season would not debut until 2018 at the earliest, after The Defenders released on August 18, 2017.[39][40] Cox was hopeful the season would debut in 2018,[18] and in October 2017, Marvel revealed the season was indeed expected đồ sộ release in 2018.[3] In mid-September 2018, the season's release date was revealed.[37]

The season, along with the additional Daredevil seasons and the other Marvel Netflix series, was removed from Netflix on March 1, 2022, due đồ sộ Netflix's license for the series ending and Disney regaining the rights.[41] The season became available on Disney+ in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, nước Australia, and New Zealand on March 16, ahead of its debut in Disney+'s other markets by the over of 2022.[42][43]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The review aggregation trang web Rotten Tomatoes reported a 97% approval rating based on 65 reviews, with an average rating of 8.10/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "The Man with No Fear returns đồ sộ top sườn with a third season that begins tediously slow but gradually generates comic book thrills, immeasurably helped by the welcome return of Vincent D'Onofrio's menacing Kingpin."[44] Metacritic reported a score of 71 based on 6 reviews.[45]

Accolades[edit]

Notes[edit]

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External links[edit]

  • Daredevil at IMDb