Daredevil season 3
TV channel: Netflix
About TV show Daredevil season 3
Daredevil season 3 release date - October 19, 2018.
Continuation of the series which once again embodies everyone's favorite super hero from the comics. Many fans interesting question when will the continuation of the American sci-fi series Daredevil set up a film studio "Marvel" and directed by Phil Abraham.
Release date scheduled premiere new episodes of season 3 of the series Daredevil will be held tentatively - in April 2017.
At the end of March 2016, the release of the third season of Daredevil, after the premiere of the creators of the decision was made to extend the series Daredevil in the fourth season.
Consent for the shooting has confirmed all the main cast of the franchise, namely, Charlie Cox, Elden Henson, and Deborah Ann Woll. Shemku start in the summer 2016.
At the age of nine, the young New Yorker Matt Murdock was blinded by an accident by chemicals. However, his other senses were sharply sharpened, as a result of which he could easily hear the heart beat of a few meters away, or be able to smell perfume through several walls. He lived in New York's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, Manhattan, with his father Jack, who was always attracted to dubious betting shops that cost him his life. Later, Matt was taught by the blind "Stick" - who had similar senses as he did - in martial arts and then studied law.
At the beginning of the series, the now grown-up Matt, together with his best friend Foggy, opens a modest law firm. At the same time, he begins to use his special abilities against injustice and crime in Hell's Kitchen. He quickly finds himself in a well-organized association of several criminals' syndicates, who conduct human trafficking and drug trafficking, and who are under police control and politics through bribery. Wilson Fisk, the leader of one of the criminals, gradually takes over power in Hell's Kitchen and turns off his competitors one at a time. While Matt's partner Foggy and her secretary Karen are trying to get Fisk together with the reporter Ben Urich in legal way, Matt takes the right in his own hand and fights Fisk and the other criminal syncs with his special abilities.
After Fisk's conviction, the members of three criminal organizations are brutally killed. It turns out that these acts were all committed by Frank Castle, which is soon called "Punisher" by the media. The three groups are responsible for the death of Castle's family. After being arrested by the police with Daredevil's help, Foggy and Matt take over his defense when Karen discovers that Castle is not to receive a fair trial. While Foggy and Karen work hard on Castles defense, Matt is distracted by his ex-girlfriend Elektra. As a child of Stick, he became a fighter. Together they fight an ancient and mysterious Japanese society called "The Hand".
There are increasing tensions between Foggy and Matt, as Matts' doubledifferences have a negative impact on their joint work. After having lost the Punisher process spectacularly because Castle in the witness stand surprisingly that he is fully responsible for his actions, Foggy and Matt solve their law firm. Through the mediation of an old friend, Foggy is hired in Jeri Hogarth's office; Karen, who continues to investigate the backdrops of Castle's deeds during and after the trial, joins the New York Bulletin with Ben Urich's former chief, Mitchell Ellison.
In prison, Castle meets Wilson Fisk, who uses the Punisher to secure a position in the prison. In return, Castle receives information about the man who is responsible for the death of Castle's family. Fisk lets Castle escape from prison and take revenge. Elektra and Matt fight - soon supported by Stick - continue against the "Die Hand". Their head is Nobu; This explains Elektra to the "Black Sky", the ultimate weapon of the "hand". Elektra does not want to be used by the "hand" and sacrificed himself in the fight for Matt.
Marvel's Daredevil, or simply Daredevil, is an American web television series created for Netflix by Drew Goddard, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. It 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 a Defenders crossover miniseries.