"Daredevil" is an American television series directed by Drew Goddard.
The starring cast includes Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, Toby Leonard Moore, Vondie Curtis-Hall, Bob Gunton, Ayelet Zurer, Rosario Dawson, Vincent D'Onofrio, Jon Bernthal and others.

Here are "Daredevil" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Daredevil TV series?

Netflix on Thursday, October 04, 2018 released the trailer for "Daredevil" you can watch here:
Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is Daredevil TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Daredevil" TV series plot summary.

The first season sees lawyer-by-day Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) use his heightened senses from being blinded as a young boy to fight crime at night on the streets of New York City Hell's Kitchen neighborhood as Daredevil, while uncovering a conspiracy of the criminal underworld being led by Wilson Fisk (Vincent D'Onofrio). In the second season, Murdock continues to balance life as a lawyer and Daredevil, while crossing paths with Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) / Punisher, a vigilante with far deadlier methods, as well as the return of an ex-girlfriend - Elektra Natchios (Élodie Yung). In the third season, after Fisk is released from prison, Murdock, who has been missing for months following the events of The Defenders, reemerges as a broken man and must decide between hiding from the world as a criminal lawyer, or embracing his life as a hero vigilante.

Cast

Who plays who in the Daredevil TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Daredevil" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Charlie Cox  as Matt Murdock / Daredevil A blind lawyer
Deborah Ann Woll  as Karen Page An enigmatic young woman whose quest for justice sends her crashing into Murdock's life
Elden Henson  as Franklin "Foggy" Nelson Murdock's best friend and law partner
Toby Leonard Moore  as James Wesley Wilson Fisk's right-hand man
Vondie Curtis-Hall  as Ben Urich An investigative journalist for the New York Bulletin
Bob Gunton  as Leland Owlsley A Wall Street financialist, accountant, and a key figure in Wilson Fisk's plans for Hell's Kitchen
Ayelet Zurer  as Vanessa Marianna-Fisk An art gallery employee who, unlike the comic version, knows of and accepts Wilson Fisk's true dealings and eventually marries him
Rosario Dawson  as Claire Temple A nurse
Vincent D'Onofrio  as Wilson Fisk / Kingpin A powerful businessman and crime lord whose interests in the future of Hell's Kitchen brings him into conflict with Murdock and Daredevil
Jon Bernthal  as Frank Castle / Punisher A vigilante
Stephen Rider  as Blake Tower A New York district attorney
Joanne Whalley  as Maggie Grace A nun with strong opinions
Jay Ali  as Rahul "Ray" Nadeem An honest and ambitious FBI agent
Wilson Bethel  as Benjamin "Dex" Poindexter A psychopathic FBI agent
Élodie Yung  as Elektra Natchios A mysterious and dangerous woman from Murdock's past
Royce Johnson  as Brett Mahoney
Geoffrey Cantor  as Mitchell Ellison
Peter McRobbie  as Father Lantom
Amy Rutberg  as Marci Stahl
Kate Udall  as SAC Tammy Hattley
Susan Varon  as Josie
Peter Shinkoda  as Nobu
Sunita Deshpande  as Seema Nadeem
David Anthony Buglione  as Agent Johnson
Rob Morgan  as Turk Barrett
Matt Gerald  as Melvin Potter
Joe Jones  as Felix Manning
Michelle Hurd  as Samantha Reyes
Danny Johnson  as Benjamin Donovan
Wai Ching Ho  as Madame Gao
Stephen Rowe  as Nicholas Lee
Matthew McCurdy  as Agent Wellers
Don Castro  as Agent Arinori
Scott Glenn  as Stick
Ron Nakahara  as Hirochi
Daryl Edwards  as Detective Hoffman
John Pirkis  as Stan Gibson
Noah Huq  as Sami Nadeem
Peter Halpin  as Theo Nelson
Kelly McAndrew  as Mrs. Shelby
Richard Prioleau  as Agent Doyle
Holly Cinnamon  as Julie Barnes
Skylar Gaertner  as Young Matt
Nikolai Nikolaeff  as Vladimir Ranskahov
Tommy Walker  as Francis
Chris Tardio  as Detective Blake
Judith Delgado  as Elena Cardenas
Marilyn Torres  as Louisa Delgado
Adriane Lenox  as Doris
Suzanne H. Smart  as Shirley
Andrew Sensenig  as Agent Winn
Scotty Crowe  as Agent Lim
Angel Rosa  as Police Officer #1
Sam Slater  as Agent O'Connor
McCaleb Burnett  as Grotto
John Patrick Hayden  as Jack Murdock
Deirdre Madigan  as Judge Cynthia Batzer
David Vadim  as Sergei
Katt Masterson  as Detective Sgt. Thompson
Lucas Elliot Eberl  as Daniel Gibson
Erick Abbate  as Boy
Deirdre O'Connell  as Anna Nelson
Michael Mulheren  as Edward Nelson
John Francis McNamara  as Uncle Timmy Nelson
Allison Winn  as Caged Woman
Doug Plaut  as Infected #1
Massiel Mordan  as Infected #2
Pat Kiernan  as News Anchor #1
Shari Abdul  as Infected #3
Andy Lucien  as Agent Ramsey
Anthony Salvador Lewis  as Reporter #1
Clancy Brown  as Colonel Ray Schoonover
Phyllis Somerville  as Mrs. Vistain
John Bianco  as Jimmy 'The Bear'
Alex Falberg  as Semyon
Lee Tergesen  as Paxton Page
Kevin Nagle  as Roscoe Sweeney
Moisés Acevedo  as Santino
Gideon Emery  as Anatoly
Eric Michael Gillett  as Dr. Gregory Tepper
Ray Iannicelli  as Jerry
Michael Kincade  as Bailiff
Steve Sanpietro  as Roy Olsky
Matt Deangelis  as Jasper Evans
Tony Naumovski  as Dmitry
Annabella Sciorra  as Rosalie Carbone
Nandita Shenoy  as Saanvi Nadeem
Richard Bekins  as Parish Landman
Jack O'Connell  as Silvio
Jonathan Walker  as Senator Cherryh
Kassia Miller  as Caldwell
Brandon Morris  as NYPD Detective
Sharon Hope  as Mrs. Mahoney
Robyn Payne  as Reporter #3
Gameela Wright  as Norma
Dina Shihabi  as Neda Kazemi
Logan Crawford  as Reporter #1
Amy Halldin  as Reporter #4
Chris Colombo  as Mr. Kazemi
Anne Carney  as Aunt Jeanie
Ezra Knight  as John Hammer
Eboni Booth  as News Reporter #2
Mike Carlsen  as Police Officer #2
Lauren Lim Jackson  as Female Reporter
Bill Winkler  as Warden Riggle
Lawrence Bingham  as Miguel
Steve Axelrod  as Latimer Zyl
Kimberli Flores  as Agent Alvarez
Jose Guns Alves  as Teardrop Brother
Jarrett Worley  as Kidnapper
David Healy  as News Reporter #1
Annika Pergament  as News Anchor #2
Marlie Hall  as News Reporter
Jonathan O'Reilly  as Nelson Nephew
Arden Wolfe  as Nelson Niece
John Nania  as Agent Markham
Tod Rainey  as FBI Agent
Peter Gerety  as Silke
William Forsythe  as Dutton
Carrie-Anne Moss  as Jeri Hogarth
Jack DiFalco  as Kevin Page
Domenick Lombardozzi  as Bill Fisk
Mario D'Leon  as Leon
Ryan Woodle  as George Bach
Will Stout  as Todd
Lesley Ann Warren  as Esther Falb
Angela Reed  as Marlene Fisk
Yasu Suzuki  as Aito
Clyde Baldo  as Clint
Lily Chee  as Young Elektra
Joe Forbrich  as Philip Cabroni
Neil Grayston  as Christopher Roth
Jasson Finney  as Stone
Cole Jensen  as Young Wilson Fisk
Brian Robert Burns  as Bodyguard
Tony Curran  as Finn
Andy Murray  as Nesbitt
Vic Noto  as Dog of Hell
Marcos Palma  as Petty Thief
Heidi Armbruster  as Dr. Eileen Mercer
Monica Bell  as Ruby
Francis Benhamou  as Andrea Morales
Luke Robertson  as Michael Kemp
Bonale Fambrini  as Black Sky
Keenan Jolliff  as Bernie Walker
Joshua Bitton  as Rory
Darin Guerrasio  as Police Technician
Korey Jackson  as Stewart
Randall McNeal  as Dr. Andrew Lee
Cliff Moylan  as Thomas
Michael Pantozzi  as Clean Young Man
James Biberi  as Vic Jusufi
Cameron Mann  as Young Dex
Robert Vincent Smith  as Chief Bernie
Wendy Moniz-Grillo  as Jennifer Fisher
Dean Neistat  as First Cop
Melinda Tanner  as Elderly Nun
Stephen Lee Anderson  as Cullen
Walter Brandes  as Meth-Head
Tracy Friedman  as Security Guard
Christian Keiber  as Corrections Officer
David L. Townsend  as Waiter
Mark David Watson  as Rafe
James Yaegashi  as Leader
Fajer Al-Kaisi  as Nihar Nadeem
Conor Proft  as Teenage Dex
Gregg Prosser  as Jake
Michael Abbott Jr.  as Junkie
Kevin McCormick  as Shaved Head
William Mercado  as Second Cop
Alex Morf  as John Healy
Dave Bachman  as Guest #1
Matt Baguth  as Gang Member
Craig Bockhorn  as Middle-Aged Man
Gregory Dann  as Johnny
John Joseph Gallagher  as Seamus
Gilles Marini  as Jacques Duchamps
Laurence Mason  as Star
Valentino Musumeci  as Brian
Malika Nzinga  as Reporter
Jordon Bolden  as Emo Senior
Gary Hilborn  as Coach Bradley
David Walcott  as Richie
D.K. Bowser  as Patron
Bryant Carroll  as Tribal Tattoo
Gabriel Furman  as Ivan
Devin Harjes  as Oscar
Ben Livingston  as Auctioneer
Marc Basil  as Felon
Elizabeth Flax  as Older Woman
Donnie Kehr  as Guest #2
Dave McCrea  as George
Maya Rosewood  as Tyler
Christopher Stadulis  as ECU Leader
Caroline Strong  as Agent Gallagher
Lee Wong  as Specialist
Marcus Antturi  as Elton Evans
Max Baker  as Dr. Myman
Bill Buell  as Mr. Gerlach
Dennis T. Carnegie  as Agent Fremont
Nicholas James Wey  as Sweatshirt Student
Matthew Sean Blumm  as Officer Sullivan
Peter Claymore  as Prohaszka
Don Guillory  as Dr. Murray
Patrick Brana  as Alpha
Ross Brodar  as Biker
Gwendolyn Bucci  as Guest #2
Brian Distance  as Corrections Officer
George Papadimatos  as Driver
Gordon Silva  as Bartender
Lana Yoo  as Prostitute One
Brett Eidman  as Mikey
Libby George  as Old Lady Evans
Malikha Mallette  as FDIC Field Supervisor Tanya Mills
Lee Bergman  as Dr. Rosenberg
Michael T. King  as Stocky Bodyguard
Dave T. Koenig  as Lawyer
Sean Phillips  as Officer Pinski
Andrew Ayala  as Man in Suit
Laurence Blum  as Corrections Officer
Hidenori Inoue  as Yakuza Guard
Hye Jin Jang  as Prostitute Two
Jun Naito  as Japanese Thug
Reza Salazar  as Cartel Member Cop
Emily Trask  as Reporter
Karina Casiano  as Betsy Beatty
Venida Evans  as Mrs. Callahan
Danny Garcia  as Malik
Meredith Salenger  as Lily Ellison
Jagger Bruch  as Sick Child
Tom Knutson  as Sick Man
Young-H. Lee  as Skinny Bodyguard
J. Tucker Smith  as Clyde Furnum
Jay Hieron  as Lowlife
Ana Maria Jomolca  as Single Mom
Shuhei Kinoshita  as Vain Thug
Rod Knoll  as Owner
Kevin Loreque  as Maitre'D
Robert G. McKay  as Homicide Detective
Selena Nelson  as Waitress
Jerry D. O'Donnell  as Booking Clerk
Ben Thompson  as Quinn
Abena  as NYPD Officer #2
Chris Carfizzi  as Jason Ellison
Ethel Fisher  as Mrs. Wobschall
Jaxon Folds  as Orphan #1
David Roberts  as Nurse Oscar
Dion Sapp  as Plainclothes Cop
Tonya Glanz  as Susan
John Tobias  as Elderly Man
Anna Valencia  as Mother of Sick Child
Chad Ackerman  as Uniformed Officer
David Lee Russek  as Medical Technician
John Leonard Thompson  as Administrator
Josh Philip Weinstein  as Stock Broker
Anthony M. Bertram  as Bailiff
Joseph Edwards  as Front Guard
Cheikh M'Baye  as Orphan #2
Anthony Mecca  as Tall Painter
Corey Pierno  as Reporter #3
Frank Rivers  as Umpire
Alexander Blaise  as Marcel
Grant Chang  as Blind Worker
Kit Flanagan  as Judge
Elise Kibler  as Tracy Farnum
Luis Moreno  as Male Attendant
Jaime Slater  as Nurse Schwab
Kaliswa Brewster  as Young African-American Woman
Nneoma Nkuku  as Passer-by
Michael Nostrand  as Hospital Employee
Benjamin Hinnant  as Short Painter
Tanya Rivero  as Tabloid Journalist
Adriana Santos  as Young Nun
Perry Strong  as Corrections Officer
Zenzi Williams  as Nun
Jimmy Callahan  as Camera Man
Dennis Duswalt  as Cop #1
Vera Lam  as Blind Female Worker
George R. Sheffey  as Prosecutor
Kerry Malloy  as Tattoeed Doorman
Samuel Smith  as Officer Reed
Lance Channing  as Entrance Guard
Duarte Geraldino  as TV Reporter
Carleton King  as Officer Minelli
John Patrick O'Keefe  as Taxi Driver
Isabella Pisacane  as Novitiate Maggie
Antu Yacob  as Carla
Richie Allan  as Elderly Man
Barbara Haas  as Elderly Juror
Marva Hicks  as District Attorney
Paul Mann  as Pyotr
Michael Tow  as Another Worker
Alex Webb  as ESU Bravo-1
Mike Keller  as Officer Powell
Agneeta Thacker  as Teenage Girl
Macaulee Cassaday  as Novitiate Ingrid
Afrim Gjonbalaj  as Albanian Inmate
Ron Simons  as NYPD Captain Strieber
Evan Dane Taylor  as Boxer
Raul Dedos  as Officer #1
Amadeo Fusca  as Lowlife
Kate Grimes  as Female Juror
Danny Le Boyer  as Gao Guard #1
Kirill Nikiforov  as Aslan
Omar Torres  as ESU Bravo-6
J.P. Groeninger  as Tough Dude
Aidan Redmond  as Bearded Man
Dave Macomber  as Spying Inmate
Ammie Montas  as Novitiate Ellen
Britt Sanborn  as NYPD Cop
Meng Ai  as Runner
Akim Black  as Thug
Samuel Glen  as ESU Sniper
Jessica Park  as Brunette
Liesel Allen Yeager  as Young Woman
Vince Benvenuto  as Drug Goon
Hank Gallo  as Grand Juror #1
Josiah Nolan  as Agent Mockta
Christopher Piccione  as Parolee
Matthew Streeter  as NYPD ESU Leader
Adam Wood  as Albanian Guard
Cody Albrecht  as Frat Boy
Vincent Veloso  as Suicide Drug Runner
Robert 'Toshi' Kar Yuen Chan  as Gangster
Candice Gordon  as NYPD Crime Scene Tech
Estelle Lee  as Grand Juror #3
Daron Ross  as Rowdy Officer
Annika Connor  as Nurse
Nicholas Tucci  as Lead Dealer Gosnell
John Carey  as Reporter #2
Toni Di Buono  as Arlene
Jonathan Fielding  as Terrified Juror
Bryan Reynoso  as Thug #1
Brett G. Smith  as Federal Bridge Agent
Victoria Castle  as Susanna
Antoni Corone  as Police Commissioner Chris DiMolina
Jonathan Iglesias  as Lanky Thug
Anna Reichert  as Vexed Cop
Ned Van Zandt  as Everett Starr
Roman Blat  as Big Russian
Jason Alan Carvell  as Assault Team Leader
Kelsey Wang  as Young Woman
Cori Dioquino  as Sophia Carter
Jake Eavey  as Cabbie
Bruce Faulk  as Installer
Anabel Graetz  as Old Albanian Woman
Ron Fehmiu  as Albanian Mob Boss
Dan Mason  as Wealthy Guest
Martin Chavez  as Man
Josh Evans  as Hotel Staffer
Kelsey Schmitt  as Allison Hattley
Laura Poe  as News Reporter #3
Keet Davis  as The Mark
Elisabeth Ness  as Young Mother
James Ciccone  as Cabbie
James Foster Jr.  as Old Man
Michael Kenneth Casey  as Chaney
Oliver Palmer  as Delivery Guy
Adam Hart  as Speed
Jon J. Masters  as Cardinal
Gavin Haag  as EMT
Glenn Kubota  as Dr. O
Bernard Bygott  as TAC Agent #1
DeShawn Harold Mitchell  as Agent #1
Amar Srivastava  as Surgeon
Adam McNulty  as TAC Agent #2
Patrick Cann  as Agent #2
Ari Blinder  as Agent #3
Bobby Daniel Rodriguez  as ESU Officer
Marvin Bell  as Band Leader
Omar Corominas  as Fight Referee
Che Tafari  as Marcus
Bull  as The dog
John Cashin  as Inmate
Karan Choudhary  as New Yorker
Alix Cross  as Ms. Jacinto
Jeremy Frutkin  as Frank's War Buddy (Still Photo)
Hank Meleski Jr.  as Dogs of hell biker
Michael DeBarge  as NYPD Crime Scene Tech
Erika Myers  as Female Security Guard

Filming

What are Daredevil filming details?

"Daredevil" series are produced by Marvel Television, ABC Studios, DeKnight Productions (season 1) and Goddard Textiles (seasons 1 - 2).

The average duration of each episode is 48 - 61 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Daredevil TV series?

"Daredevil" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.6/10.

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