Oct 13, 2016 09:50 AM EDT
'Daredevil' Season 3 News & Spoilers: 'Bullseye' Could Make An Appearance [VIDEO]
There will be a new villain to appear on "Daredevil" Season 3. Some rumors suggest that Bullseye will appear this new seeason.
Season 2 ended with Matt Murdock, overcoming the challenges brought to him by the presence of the ninja group, "The Hand." The ending also features the defeat of the evil organization's head Nobu and the tragic death of Elektra, portrayed by actress Elodie Yung.
While Season 2 brought forth the introduction of several key characters into the Marvel Netflix Universe, it would seem that "Daredevil" showrunners may go all out in "Daredevil" Season 3. The show may introduce Daredevil's iconic arch-enemy Bullseye Screen Rant reported.
There are still no word as how Bullseye will debut in Season 3, but speculations point to Bullseye seeking vegeance against the "Man without Fear," for a still unknown reason. In the comic books, Bullseye has been a staple in the Daredevil rogues gallery, and is known to be the one who killed Elektra. Bullseye is known to be able throw any projectile with pinpoint accuracy, thus his name.
With the recent success of Netflix's "Luke Cage," fans are also speculating that several established characters in the Netflix Marvel-verse will possibly make an appearance in "Daredevil" Season 3. There has also been several casting swaps in the Netflix Marvel shows, which could also mean that characters from "Jessica Jones" and "Luke Cage" could also move to Hell's Kitchen.
As of the moment, there are still no definite date of release for "Daredevil" Season 3. However, some report suggests that Season 3 may come after "The Defenders" has been released some time in 2017, according to Cheat Sheet. This could also mean that Jon Berthal's "Punisher" could also make an appearance, as his Netflix series would also have been released by then.
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