Season 3 ends with plenty of reason to be intrigued by a potential Season 4, from the restoration of Matt, Foggy, and Karen’s partnership to the looming threat of Bullseye in full villain form. The show may never have the spark it did in its earliest days, but it did help elevate the way stories of superheroes can be told on television. There’s still progress to be made, but Daredevil”feels like it’s on the right track.
What a phenomenal season and finale to easily the best piece of media to come out of the MCU. Almost every episode here wipes anything the MCU has released. What an amazing show (minus most of Season 2).
Oleson and Co. have crafted such a dense, dark set-up here that, for the first time since Jessica Jones‘ first season, diving back into the streets of Hell’s Kitchen feels more like a treat than a chore. Thank God.
This corner of Hell’s Kitchen has provided thrills on a reliable basis, even when legions of faceless fighters cluttered up the screen, but thanks to a new creative team, they’re more than a welcome distraction. Matt’s body and will may have been broken by Defenders, but Daredevil’s third season is a return to form.
While it's partly let down by its glacially-paced first three episodes, Daredevil season 3 manages to find its footing before long. Fans of the ongoing battle between Matt Murdock and Kingpin will not be disappointed.
The first and best of the Marvel-Netflix series, Daredevil returns for its third season having contracted the same affliction that has plagued encores of its brethren: a sluggish, plodding pace that arduously advances the story. Despite marquee villains new and old, the Man Without Fear thus risks becoming the Series That Induces Sleep.
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After Daredevil's 3rd season, I say it was the worst ever. It was weak in what had been most rescued from the first two: the fights. Although the story was consistent, I felt there was too much padding as the series progressed.
What was asked for most was that they close it with dignity and they couldn't. In fact, I think it's notorious that the series has regressed from the first two, and that the Marvel-Netflix relationship affected the innovation of the showrunners.
Putting Charlie Cox on a higher level, what I liked the most was the weight that Karen Page's character took minute by minute, it was a giant support to join all the subplots. Anyway, overall it's an interesting series, a 6 pulling 7 out of 10.