Jul 28, 2016 09:44 AM EDT
'Daredevil' Season 3 Spoilers And Release Date: Bullseye Could Show Up!
Fans speculate the upcoming arcs and story for "Daredevil" despite the lack information released during the 2016 Comic-Con in San Diego.
Joe Quesada of Marvel announced the "Luke Cage" information during this year's Comic-Con. Unfortunately, there is no news about the popular series, "Daredevil". Fans are getting worried since Marvel has their hands full with "Luke Cage", "Defenders", and "Iron Fist". The popular series might shut down temporarily to open up a way for the new Marvel shows, Ecumenical News reported.
No information was released during the event. However, fans got a very short teaser on Twitter. It is still unknown when the Devil of Hell's Kitchen returns to the screens.
The fans also speculated the next possible storyline of the famous series. For the next season, the hero, Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) a.k.a Daredevil, might face Bullseye while being threatened continuously by Wilson Fisk (played by Vincent D'Onorio).
Previously, Charlie Cox said that he cannot imagine the run of daredevil where Bullseye does not show up at some point.
Other from adding a new villain, it could be possible that Fisk will be able to discover Matt Murdock's secret.
Undoubtedly, there many fans that are looking forward to seeing Elodie Yung's Elektra back in the scene. However, the teaser for "Defenders" suggests that she would instead make an appearance in the new series.
However, there is still no word of the exact date when "Daredevil" Season 3 will make it on Netflix.
There's no word yet of when "Daredevil" season 3 will be streamed on Netflix.
At a Netflix press event in Paris on Monday, July 25, Charlie Cox did not give any information on the release date of the Season 3 of the "Daredevil" series. It seems that "Luke Cage", "Defenders", and "Iron Fist" will be aired first before "Daredevil's" Season 3, iDigital Times reported.
Meanwhile, "Luke cage" is set for release on September 30.
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