What is Marvel's Daredevil (TV) About?
Marvel's Daredevil is a gripping TV show that brings to life the iconic Marvel Comics character, Daredevil. Created by Drew Goddard, the series is set in the shadowy and crime-ridden Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of New York City. The story follows Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer who, after a childhood accident, gains extraordinary sensory abilities. By day, Murdock fights for justice in the courtroom, representing the underprivileged and oppressed. By night, he moonlights as Daredevil, a masked vigilante using his enhanced senses and martial arts skills to clean up the streets and take on the criminal underworld that plagues his city. Marvel's Daredevil explores the inner struggle faced by Murdock, torn between his commitment to justice and the desire to protect his loved ones. With its gritty and realistic take on the superhero genre, the show delves into the moral complexities of vigilantism and the consequences of living a double life. Featuring outstanding performances, breathtaking fight scenes, and a dark and atmospheric setting, Marvel's Daredevil is a captivating and highly addictive series that offers a fresh and compelling take on the superhero genre.
The first episode of Marvel's Daredevil aired on April 10, 2015 and the most recent episode to air was on October 19, 2018.