A lot of people loved Daredevil, but I think Marvel TV is still trying to hit its stride. Ironically, a company built out of long-form storytelling hasn’t mastered television. Even at 13 episodes, Daredevil felt too long and carried weak storylines (the supporting characters labored for episodes on end to discover what we already knew). That being said, it was also a promising start, especially as far as Daredevil and Wilson Fisk were concerned. Nevertheless, Marvel TV keeps struggling, but that’s not stopping them from rapidly trying to expand their TV plans.
Heroic Hollywood has lots of new details with how the studio is planning for the Phase 2 of their TV series and beyond. Let’s break it down: