Daredevil (2015– )
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Into the Ring 

Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson open their law firm, and take the case of a woman accused of murder who Matt believes is innocent.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Wilson Fisk (voice)
Daryl Edwards ...
Detective Hoffman
Detective Blake
Young Matt


Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson open their law firm, and take the case of a woman accused of murder who Matt believes is innocent.

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10 April 2015 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Gideon emery (Anatoly) played a character on teen wolf who was blind but could still see and fight due to supernatural abilities similar to what daredevil can do See more »


When Sergeant Brett Mahoney is informing Foggy about the "homicide" over the phone, the contact list can clearly be seen on Mahoney's phone screen, showing he isn't really in a phone call. See more »


Matt Murdock: I'm not seeking penance for what I've done, Father. I'm asking for forgiveness... for what I'm about to do.
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References The Avengers (2012) See more »


Main Title
Composed by John Paesano and Braden Kimball
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Great start!
12 April 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Is it me or does it feel like Marvel is taking over the world? Based on the first episode here, it's definitely not a bad thing! Superheroes are the norm now and we have more and more coming on the big screen and small, what's key though, is how you make the fans like them. Marvel saw this opportunity in Peggy Carter and took a smart risk there...and here it is also onto a winner here as Matt Murdoch fits the bill nicely as a likable character, yet has dark enough moments to please most.

The show isn't dark, but is feels gritty, which gives it a more real and personal feel. The fight sequences were well choreographed and provided possibly my favourite moments when shown in slow-mo.

Whereas the other Marvel films/shows are bigger and louder, Daredevil works fine as a more "local" setting, which gives it a fresher feeling. This is not someone who will save the world, but more like a local vigilante and that makes it different and interesting from the others.

It's still only the first episode but the show has great potential. Looking forward to the next episodes!

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