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Frank Castle gets some advice from an old friend in a new photo from the Netflix series' set.
Season 2 of the Marvel/Netflix series sees Deborah Ann Woll's character forge an unlikely alliance with one of Hell's Kitchen's most dangerous residents.
Our binge-watch of "Daredevil" season two concludes, and Alex Zalben has real-time reactions to the second half, plus a bumper crop of Easter eggs.
Plowing your way through "Daredevil" season two? Alex Zalben is as well, so join him for his real-time analysis of the first seven episodes.
Deborah Ann Woll tells CBR, as her character becomes confident, she'll both learn from and teach lessons to the heavily armed vigilante.
Jon Bernthal gets deep inside Frank Castle's head, and his very personal connection to his arsenal, for Season Two of Marvel's Netflix series.
The latest photos from "Daredevil" season two show Jon Bernthal's Punisher making some dubious purchases, Daredevil in a church and more.
Will Charlie Cox's Matt Murdock find true love when the Marvel/Netflix series returns for a second season?
The "True Blood" veteran tells CBR there's more than meets the eye to her character, promising some changes from Page's comic book incarnation.
The showrunner for Marvel's Netflix series and longtime DD fan Steven S. DeKnight reveals to CBR the secrets of bringing Matt Murdock's story to TV.
With the Netflix debut of "Daredevil" imminent, two clips from the series show Matt Murdock as himself and in his costumed identity.
Marvel's cinematic universe may expand into animation; "Age of Ultron's" cast will appear on ABC's shows before the film's release and more.
The latest look at "Daredevil" sees the assembled team of Matt Murdock, Foggy Nelson, Karen Page and Ben Urich.
The actress stars as Karen Page on Marvel's upcoming Netflix series, and it's not without its fair share of challenges.
"True Blood" actress Deborah Ann Woll has been cast as Karen Page, the female lead in Marvel Television and Netflix's "Daredevil."
The cast of HBO's True Blood entertained fans at Comic-Con International with a sneak peek at this season's remaining episodes, and a discussion of where their characters stand.
A panel of women producers, writers, directors and actors, including Jane Espenson, Gale Anne Hurd and Deborah Ann Woll, talked at Comic-Con International about the evolution of female characters and themes on film and television.