Daredevil Season 3 coverage?
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Are we going to get any? I don't remember it being mentioned as an upcoming show. Those initial trailers have me so hyped, and watching Episode 1 right now.
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Then is Jessica Jones 1 as a good show
(Weirdly/Sadly) Iron Fist 2 as a pretty good show
Luke Cage 2 also a pretty good show
Daredevil 2 with a really excellent first arc that devolves into a mess. If Daredevil 2 was just the Punisher and Kingpin stuff it would be up there, maybe the number one spot. But the rest of the season drags it down.
Defenders as a boring mediocre show
Luke Cage 1 with a really great first arc that loses all momentum
Iron Fist 1 that is bad on so many levels from acting, to editing, to fight choreography, to failing at keeping characters consistent, or making them believable, or showing us understandable motivations. But it also might have the best character arc in Ward Meechum of all the Netflix shows, and all three Meechum were top notch to every so slightly balance all the wrong that's in the show.
Jessica Jones 2 as completely all over the place, should have been half as long as it was, and needed all kinds of major rewrites.
So far, what I've seen of Daredevil 3, I agree it looks like it's a return to form. I hope the podcast returns with the standard three episodes at a time plus finale with wrap-up format. That's something I definitely want to listen to.
Looks like Netflix is rethinking their strategy after the Disney/Fox deal.
All the more now do I want Jim and A.Ron to do Daredevil season 3. This might be the last we get.
Edit: A few more episodes in. It's hard to imagine them screwing up this season. This is definitely worth watching, and I would be very surprised if Jim and A.Ron would be disappointed with this. This feels like the Season 1 follow up we needed.
Yea Punisher was just ok IMO. Dragged on too long, as most Netflix Marvel shows tend to do. And I remember getting pretty turned off by the relentless grim violence, which I get it, it's the Punisher, but it was too brutal and bleak for me at times.
I was actually surprised at how much restraint they had (against that point of comparison) with the violence for his own show, and how they dove a lot more into the theme of soldiers returning home and the difficulty reintegrating into society.
The Kingpin is back in DD3 from what I gather, so I'll have to check it out.
@A_Ron_Hubbard mention it during a lunch or BaldTV. Hoping for some coverage on BaldTV. Keep up the good work fellas. Planning to finish the season today and looking forward to diving into some of the forums here, once I am done.