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Marvel Studios is set to continue its TV expansion this year by kicking off production on Netflix's miniseries for The Defenders, and speaking to Hitfix at Paleyfest, Marvel's head of television Jeph Loeb has confirmed that cameras will start rolling on Daredevil in New York City this July.
"Jessica Jones comes after that," said Loeb. "And then after that, Iron Fist and then after that Luke Cage, and then that'll culminate in The Defenders."
- Gary Collinson
After the disappointment that many of us felt with Marvel’s first TV effort, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the superhero powerhouse has a lot to prove with their next batch of shows, which will be coming to Netflix in 2015. Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage will be making their Marvel Cinematic Universe debuts with their own solo outings, which will then culminate in a team-up called The Defenders.
Daredevil is undoubtedly the most well known character in this group, and will therefore be coming to the small screen first. In an interview with HitFix, Marvel Studios head of TV Jeph Loeb confirmed that the show will begin filming in July in New York City. It will be followed by Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and finally, Luke Cage.
- James Garcia
It’s a great time to be a Marvel fan, as we have an ever-expanding slew of films to look forward to, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, to name just those with official release dates. On the TV side of things, Marvel already has Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC, and will soon be jumping into the streaming world as well, with a 52-episode deal over at Netflix.
The plan is to have four individual, 13-episode series (Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist), that will all lead into the eight-episode team-up miniseries, The Defenders. It was just announced that Marvel will be turning New York City into Hell’s Kitchen for the shows, with The Cabin in the Woods writer/director Drew Goddard working on Daredevil, and Dexter co-executive producer Melissa Rosenberg behind Jessica Jones. With production expected to get underway very soon, »
- James Garcia
If you're a Marvel fan, this is an exciting time. We've got Captain America: The Winter Solider about to hit theaters, Guardians of the Galaxy arriving this summer, and production about to begin in New York City on the first of five planned Netflix shows: Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. In case you didn't know, Marvel and Netflix have teamed up to produce 52 one-hour episodes based on the Marvel characters, encompassing the four individual series (13 episodes each) and one four to eight-episode mini-series (dubbed The Defenders) that teams up all of the aforementioned characters and revolves around their exploits in Hell’s Kitchen. The Cabin in the Woods co-writer/director Drew Goddard is spearheading Daredevil as the writer and director of that series, which is likely the first to go into production, and Melissa Rosenberg is shepherding Jessica Jones. Details on the other shows, though, are forthcoming. »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
Marvel’s upcoming Netflix miniseries are heading to New York City. The Hell’s Kitchen-set shows of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist will be shot entirely in New York, the largest production commitment in the history of New York State.
Each episode will be an hour long with an impressive 60 episodes committed, costing $200 million. Each superhero will have a 13 episode series with The Defenders miniseries bringing them together. Drew Goddard, director of The Cabin in the Woods is to write and produce Daredevil with Melissa Rosenberg (Twilight) fronting Jessica Jones. Here's a description from the official press release...
This pioneering agreement calls for Marvel to develop four serialized programs totaling 52 one-hour episodes culminating in a four to eight episode mini-series programming event. Led by a series focused on “Daredevil,” followed by “Jessica Jones,” “Iron Fist” and “Luke Cage,” the epic will unfold over multiple years of original programming, »
- Gary Collinson
Though we still don’t have a firm release date for Marvel’s upcoming slate of Netflix series, we do know where they will be filmed. It was announced today that the Hell’s Kitchen-set shows for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist will be shot entirely in New York City, marking the biggest production commitment in New York State history. The project will produce 60 one-hour episodes, encompassing four individual series (of 13 episodes each) and one mini-series (dubbed The Defenders) that teams up all of the aforementioned characters and revolves around their exploits in Hell’s Kitchen. The Cabin in the Woods co-writer/director Drew Goddard is spearheading Daredevil as the writer and director of that series and Melissa Rosenberg is shepherding Jessica Jones, but we don’t have any further details on the other shows just yet. Production on the series will begin this summer with the first show, »
- Adam Chitwood
Late last year, Disney/Marvel and Netflix struck a pact to produce four linked 13-part superhero series around the characters Daredevil (which had recently reverted to Marvel), Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage, Aka The Defenders. Today the New York Governor’s office announced that instead of trying to fake grimy corners of the Big Apple in Los Angeles or Canada, the shows will be shot in and around the city thanks to a tax deal.The ambitious series, which features Cabin In The Woods man Drew Goddard writing and overseeing Daredevil and Twilight veteran Melissa Rosenberg tapped to guide the Jessica Jones series so far, plans to show the four heroes’ stories across their separate 13-episode runs before combining them for an eight-episode miniseries crossover, making it 60 episodes in total.“New York is where the entertainment industry started, and this unprecedented commitment from Disney and Marvel is further »
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