Netflix has confirmed that its original series Daredevil will return for a third season - just in time to join its Marvel universe pals Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Defenders.
The streaming service put out a 30-second teaser video on Twitter, along with the message, "Next stop: Hell's Kitchen" and a view of a bloodied subway station sign.
It's keeping most of the info close to its chest for now, though the show's cast and crew have a few ideas of where they'd like it to go.
We know that fans want to see more of Kingpin," co-showrunner
Doug Petrie told
The announcement came on the same day as Netflix took to the San Diego Comic Con stage to reveal some trailers for other Marvel shows on their way to the streaming site.
A new trailer for Marvel's Luke Cage showed Jessica Jones' tough-skinned love interest fighting to save Harlem - just around the corner from Hell's Kitchen - and promises roles for Rosario Dawson, Alfre Woodard, and Mahershala Ali.
We've also been treated to a teaser trailer for Iron Fist, which stars Finn Jones (aka Loras Tyrell) as protagonist Danny Rand and sees the poor guy losing his family in the Himalayas as a child, then growing up into a New Yorker trying to make sense of the world. With tons of impressive martial arts, obviously.
And, of course, there's a new trailer for The Defenders - the show that will pull Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist into a single adventure that encapsulates them all. Sadly it's just as teasing as the Daredevil trailer, so there's precious little info on what we can expect (besides mayhem).
There's no set return date for Daredevil, Iron Fist, or The Defenders just yet, but they're expected some time in 2017. Marvel's Luke Cage arrives 30 September this year.
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