How Well Do You Know Daredevil?
Have you binge watched through all the episodes of Netflix Daredevil already?
It turned out to be one of the better Marvel adaptations on TV and we love it!
Netflix has all ready Season 2 in the works so don´t worry.
BUT, How well do you really know the devil horned red avenger?
See and learn!
Marvel’s Daredevil, or simply Daredevil, is an American web television series created for Netflix by Drew Goddard, based on theMarvel 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. The series is produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios, DeKnight Prods. and Goddard Textiles, with Steven S. DeKnight serving as showrunneron the first season, and Goddard acting as consultant. Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez will take over as showrunners for the show’s second season.
Charlie Cox stars as Matt Murdock / Daredevil, a lawyer-by-day who fights crime at night. The series chronicles the character’s early days fighting crime, juxtaposed with the rise of crime lord Wilson Fisk, played by Vincent D’Onofrio. Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, Toby Leonard Moore, Vondie Curtis-Hall, Bob Gunton, Ayelet Zurer, and Rosario Dawson also star. Daredevil entered development in late 2013, a year after the film rights to the character reverted to Marvel, with Goddard initially hired in December 2013. DeKnight replaced him as showrunner and Cox was hired to star in May 2014. Filming on the first season began in New York City that July, with production ending in December.
All episodes of the first season premiered on April 10, 2015. The series was released to critical acclaim, with critics praising the action sequences, performances, and the darker tone compared to other properties set in the MCU. On April 21, 2015, Marvel and Netflix renewed Daredevil for a second season, due to premiere in 2016.
EPISODE GUIDE SEASON 1:
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original
|1||“Into the Ring”||Phil Abraham||Drew Goddard||April 10, 2015[a]|
|Matt Murdock begins his vigilante career and opens a law firm with his friend, Foggy Nelson. Their first client is Karen Page, a secretary for construction company Union Allied who has been framed for the murder of her co-worker Daniel Fisher after accidentally uncovering a massive pension embezzlement scheme. Matt prevents Karen from being prosecuted and protects her from an assassin hired to retrieve her copy of the file, which is exposed through a local newspaper. James Wesley covers up the involvement of his employer in the scandal, while the Russian mafia arranges a young boy’s kidnapping to lure Matt into a trap. Karen volunteers to work for Matt and Foggy in gratitude for their help.|
|2||“Cut Man”||Phil Abraham||Drew Goddard||April 10, 2015[a]|
|After being lured into a trap by the Russians, a severely injured Matt is found in a dumpster by nurse Claire Temple, who brings him to her apartment and tends to his wounds. One of the Russians locates them, but Matt is able to overpower the man, and tortures him into revealing the boy’s location while Claire watches. He infiltrates the building where the boy is being held, defeats the rest of the gang, and rescues the boy, taking him home. Meanwhile, Foggy comforts Karen in the wake of her traumatic experience.|
|3||“Rabbit in a Snowstorm”||Adam Kane||Marco Ramirez||April 10, 2015|
|Matt and Foggy are hired by James Wesley to represent John Healy, an enforcer who was arrested for the murder of a local mob leader. Suspicious of Wesley’s connection to Union Allied, Matt convinces the jury to acquit Healy of murder. After the trial is over, Matt confronts Healy in his vigilante guise and forces him to name his employer: Wilson Fisk. After giving up the name, Healy warns Matt that Fisk will not only target him, but everyone he cares about; he then commits suicide. Meanwhile, Karen enlists struggling reporter Ben Urich to find evidence connecting Union Allied to Fisher’s murder. Fisk visits an art gallery and purchases a painting from its director, Vanessa Marianna.|
|4||“In the Blood”||Ken Girotti||Joe Pokaski||April 10, 2015|
|Russian mobsters Anatoly and Vladimir are pressured by Fisk to eliminate the vigilante. Upon learning that Claire is connected to him, they kidnap her to lure Matt into a trap, but Matt is able to fight them off and rescue her. Meanwhile, Fisk invites Vanessa on a date, which is interrupted by Anatoly, making Vanessa suspicious. She tells Fisk that she is uncertain about his intentions and motivations, and leaves. In a fit of rage, Fisk brutally beats Anatoly and crushes his head with a car door. He orders the body to be dumped where Vladimir will find it, and plants a black mask on the corpse in order to frame the vigilante for the murder. Meanwhile, Ben begrudgingly accepts Karen’s help to investigate Union Allied, which has been dismantled, and acquire its old computers in an auction.|
|5||“World on Fire”||Farren Blackburn||Luke Kalteux||April 10, 2015|
|Matt begins searching for Vladimir, who becomes convinced that the vigilante is on Fisk’s payroll. Fisk brokers a deal with drug lord Madame Gao to replace the Russians as her distributor, and later pursues Vanessa, claiming that Hell’s Kitchen needs to be destroyed before it can be reborn. She accepts him, and they begin a relationship. Matt locates Vladimir’s hideout just as Fisk triggers a series of bombings throughout Hell’s Kitchen, destroying all of Vladimir’s operations.|
|6||“Condemned”||Guy Ferland||Joe Pokaski & Marco Ramirez||April 10, 2015|
|Fisk sends corrupt police officers to eliminate Vladimir and the vigilante, but Matt manages to evade them and carries Vladimir to an abandoned building to tend to his wounds. Though initially distrustful of Matt, Vladimir soon confirms to him that Fisk is trying to take over New York City’s criminal underworld and instructs Matt to locate Fisk’s accountant Leland Owlsley to acquire evidence of his crimes. The two men attempt to escape through the underground access tunnels, but Vladimir stays behind to hold off Fisk’s men and is killed, while the vigilante is blamed for the bombings. Foggy, Karen, and Claire deal with the fallout from the bombings.|
|7||“Stick”||Brad Turner||Douglas Petrie||April 10, 2015|
|Acting on Vladimir’s information, Matt tracks down Leland Owlsley, but before he can get him to give up any information, Matt is distracted by the arrival of an elderly man, and Owlsley escapes. The elderly man is revealed to be Matt’s mentor, Stick, who taught him to master his abilities as a child. He enlists Matt’s help to destroy Black Sky, a weapon that the Japanese, led by Fisk’s associate Nobu, are bringing into New York. Matt agrees on the condition that Stick restrain himself from killing, but Stick breaks his promise and attempts to kill Black Sky, who is revealed to be a young boy. Matt stops his first attempt, but is attacked by Nobu’s men. While he is fighting them off, Stick chases down and kills Black Sky. After a violent fight in Matt’s apartment, Matt defeats Stick, and he agrees to leave the city. He is later seen conversing with a mysterious, heavily scarred man, who asks him if they will be able to rely on Matt in the future, to which Stick is uncertain.|
|8||“Shadows in the Glass”||Stephen Surjik||Steven S. DeKnight||April 10, 2015|
|Matt is brought into the plan to take down Fisk by Foggy and Karen, who also introduce him to Ben. Matt advises them to take down Fisk by legal means rather than on the down low. Meanwhile, the vigilante visits Ben and gives him information on Fisk. In a series of flashbacks, Fisk remembers his abusive father, Bill Fisk, who tormented him and his mother. It is eventually revealed that Fisk killed his father after he saw him beating his mother, and that she dismembered the body and disposed of it in a river to hide the crime. Inspired by Vanessa, Fisk goes public with his plans to rebuild Hell’s Kitchen, and is hailed as a hero by the media.|
|9||“Speak of the Devil”||Nelson McCormick||Christos Gage & Ruth Fletcher Gage||April 10, 2015|
|In the wake of Fisk’s public revelation, Ben, Foggy, and Karen begin to think about how to uncover his past, while Matt continues to insist they go through the legal system. Matt tracks down Vanessa at her art gallery, hoping to gain insight into Fisk by speaking with her, and encounters Fisk himself. The firm’s client, Elena Cardenas, is killed by a junkie hired by Fisk’s men. Meanwhile, Nobu demands a promised city block from Fisk, who agrees on the condition Nobu provide him with a “specialist” in return to deal with the vigilante, which turns out to be Nobu himself. Fisk makes a public speech designed to lure the vigilante out. Enraged by Elena’s death, Matt goes to an abandoned warehouse where he believes he will find Fisk. Instead, he is confronted by Nobu. Matt eventually wins, though not before Nobu manages to severely injure him. Fisk confronts the injured Matt, beating him nearly to death. Matt barely escapes, only to collapse at his home in front of Foggy.|
|10||“Nelson v. Murdock”||Farren Blackburn||Luke Kalteux||April 10, 2015|
|Foggy discovers Matt’s alternate identity and confronts him about his apparent blindness and abilities, removing himself from Nelson and Murdock. Meanwhile, Karen tricks Ben into helping her find Fisk’s mother at a nursing home in upstate New York, who they interrogate for information about Fisk’s troubling past. Fisk and Vanessa attend a fundraising party after Fisk’s successful speeches to the public that earned him the respect of the people of Hell’s Kitchen, when Vanessa and several others collapse due to poisoned champagne.|
|11||“The Path of the Righteous”||Nick Gomez||Steven S. DeKnight & Douglas Petrie||April 10, 2015|
|Still recovering from his injuries, Matt finds Melvin Potter, a mentally unbalanced engineer who has been coerced into working for Fisk, and asks him to make a suit of body armor like the ones he has made for Fisk. While Vanessa is recovering in the hospital, Karen and Ben locate Fisk’s mother and learn the truth about his father’s death. While at the hospital, Wesley receives a phone call from Fisk’s mother and learns that Karen and Ben have tracked her down. He confronts Karen and attempts to blackmail her into not exposing Fisk, threatening to hurt her friends. In desperation, Karen grabs his gun and shoots him.|
|12||“The Ones We Leave Behind”||Euros Lyn||Douglas Petrie||April 10, 2015|
|Matt dismantles Madame Gao’s drug smuggling operation, prompting her to leave the city. While Karen begins drinking heavily to cope with Wesley’s death, Matt and Karen make amends, and Ben attempts to publish his expose on Fisk, but is rejected by his editor. When Ben decides to publish the expose online, Fisk breaks into Ben’s apartment and strangles him to death.|
|13||“Daredevil”||Steven S. DeKnight||Steven S. DeKnight||April 10, 2015|
|Matt and Karen attend Ben Urich’s funeral, and Matt reassures Karen that Fisk and his co-conspirators will face justice. Meanwhile, Fisk learns that Owlsley and Madame Gao conspired to poison Vanessa, whom they deemed a distraction, and that Owlsley has been hiding Detective Hoffman as an insurance policy. When Owlsley tries to blackmail him, an infuriated Fisk throws Owlsley into an open elevator shaft. Matt and Foggy meet at Matt’s gym and reconcile their differences, and they begin building their case against Fisk. In his vigilante disguise, Matt finds Detective Hoffman and convinces him to agree to testify against Fisk. Acting on Hoffman’s testimony, federal agents arrest Fisk and his co-conspirators, but Fisk manages to escape custody. Before he can flee the city, Matt intercepts him, wearing the new set of armor made for him by Potter. After a brutal fight, Matt defeats Fisk and leaves him to the police, avenging Ben’s death. Fisk is arrested, Vanessa leaves the city, and Matt, Karen and Foggy celebrate their success and resume their work. The vigilante is named “Daredevil” by the media.|