Daredevil (2015– )
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A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen 

In the season finale, Daredevil is backed into the ultimate showdown for his own life - and the future of Hell's Kitchen.


Peter Hoar


Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics by), Bill Everett (based on the Marvel comics by) | 6 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Cox ... Matt Murdock / Daredevil
Deborah Ann Woll ... Karen Page
Elden Henson ... Foggy Nelson
Jon Bernthal ... Frank Castle
Elodie Yung ... Elektra Natchios
Scott Glenn ... Stick
Carrie-Anne Moss ... Jeri Hogarth
Royce Johnson Royce Johnson ... Sgt. Brett Mahoney
Rob Morgan ... Turk Barrett
Matt Gerald ... Melvin Potter
Geoffrey Cantor ... Mitchell Ellison
Peter Shinkoda ... Nobu
Susan Varon ... Josie
Ray Iannicelli ... Jerry
Maya Rosewood ... Tyler


Foggy gets recruited by Jessica Jones' boss. Matthew and Elektra go after Nobu together, followed closely by Stick. The Hand gather up all the persons saved by Matthew in order to get to him. Karen reports her story, the one Frank tries so desperately to get away from. Written by Andreea D

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English | Japanese

Release Date:

18 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)


Color (Ultra HD)

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Jeri Hogarth makes her first appearance in "Daredevil" season 2. See more »


At around the 32 minute mark when Daredevil speaks with Elektra, Daredevil takes off his helmet and reveals his face and hair. Though the black cloth that can be seen around his neck is done. Later, once they are done talking, he stands up and the cloth is clearly back, covering his head. See more »


Karen Page: What is it, to be a hero? Look in the mirror and you'll know. Look into your own eyes and tell me you are not heroic. That you've not endured, or suffered, or lost the things you care about most. And yet here you are. A survivor of Hell's Kitchen, the hottest place anyone's ever known. A place where cowards don't last long, so you must be a hero. We all are. Some more than others, but none of us alone. Some bloody their fists trying to keep the Kitchen safe, others bloody the streets in the ...
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Written and Performed by Zachary Kibbee
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It sucked. I'm really, really disappointed
27 March 2016 | by lukasz-keskaSee all my reviews

It was the last episode of Daredevil's Season 2 and you know what? I'm really happy it is over. Although the first three episodes of season 2 were at least watchable (except maybe the silly, empty conversation on the roof from ep3), the rest of the season is more less a lot of crap, and the final episode was a dirty, rotten cherry on a top of it. I suppose the authors just ran out of the ideas - the whole season looks like some loose short stories glued with empty, awkward small- talk about literally nothing, and the final episode is the quintessence of it. Some scenes are just unbearable - like the one on the graveyard, with the stupidest ever conversation over Elektra's grave between Murdock and Stick or "the Christmas scene" - I'm sure both of them were just to fill the holes in the timeline. Or the scene when Punisher comes back to his house (intact! like nobody visited this place since Castle's family had been murdered), then paints his famous logo in the shed (fully equipped and intact as well), then burns everything down and walks away without looking at the giant explosion behind him. It was painful to watch it. Honestly, I'm a little bit surprised - the first season was almost perfect, great story, acting, mystery - all of these made me wait impatiently for season 2. And the season 2 made me lost the interest about the rest of the series. I can't believe it can get better after this, unless they hire back the ppl who wrote scripts for season 1 - I cannot honestly believe they were the same authors who wrote the shitty season 2. I gave to this episode 3 out of 10. I would be 1, but there were few moments I liked - the one when Daredevil is given his legendary "all-in-one" club, or when he tries it during crazy run on the roof, there were several seconds of hope that not all is lost.

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