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Marvel's newest Netflix superhero series gets a release date and a new action-packed trailer

Written by Matti Robinson @ 19 Oct 2017 4:16 User comments (4)

Marvel's newest Netflix superhero series gets a release date  and a new action-packed trailer

Netflix has become one of the most important partners for Marvel very recently. In only a few years Netflix has released five Marvel shows with one more in line before the end of the year.
The streaming giant has been the publisher of more Marvel TV shows in 2015-2017 than Hulu, ABC, FX, and Fox combined. Six out of ten Marvel shows during that three year period have been brought to you by Netflix.

Now the latest of them has finally gotten a release date.

The Punisher got a second official trailer today and with it Netflix unveiled the release date, November 17. Frank Castle, aka The Punisher, will hit the streaming service with 13 episodes.

The new trailer, with music from Metallica, shows some of the dark history of Frank Castle and his family, and the subsequent action-packed fight against the crime that is running rampant in New York City. The Punisher, previously guest starred in Netflix show Daredevil, is played by Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead).

Without further ado...

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4 user comments

119.10.2017 19:23

I love the Marvel shows adding this to my list :)

220.10.2017 13:38

Originally posted by borhan9:
I love the Marvel shows adding this to my list :)
Oh God! NERD!

Superhero shows are so played. The movies are great, keep'em coming but, tv show after tv show after tv show for those 'live-at-home-40yr old' losers that have such crap lives that they must watch all these shows to "escape" is becoming seriously saturated.

My prediction:

Most of these superhero shows, Marvel produced or not, will die out inside 2 years. Of course our quality citizens described above will continue to watch them but they will also continue to live at home while turning 50, growing their goatees and hair, wearing Captain America shirts.

These people are real man and they're EVERYWHERE. Not a stereotype anymore.

320.10.2017 16:25

Originally posted by hearme0:
Originally posted by borhan9:
I love the Marvel shows adding this to my list :)
Oh God! NERD!

Stopped reading after that, nerd.

430.10.2017 05:22

Originally posted by hearme0:
Originally posted by borhan9:
I love the Marvel shows adding this to my list :)
Oh God! NERD!

Superhero shows are so played. The movies are great, keep'em coming but, tv show after tv show after tv show for those 'live-at-home-40yr old' losers that have such crap lives that they must watch all these shows to "escape" is becoming seriously saturated.

My prediction:

Most of these superhero shows, Marvel produced or not, will die out inside 2 years. Of course our quality citizens described above will continue to watch them but they will also continue to live at home while turning 50, growing their goatees and hair, wearing Captain America shirts.

These people are real man and they're EVERYWHERE. Not a stereotype anymore.
Why click on the post in the first place....takes a Nerd to know one lol.

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