Antoine Fuqua (Training Day and The Equalizer) directed this remake of John Sturges' 1960 re-imagining of a Japanese classic.
After Frank Castle's trial and the intervention of Stick and Elektra, Wilson Fisk re-enters the story.
9: Seven Minutes in Heaven
10: The Man in the Box
6: Regrets Only
7: Semper Fidelis
8: Guilty as Sin
With Elektra in town and Nelson & Murdock facing their biggest trial ever, Matt struggles to balance his double life.
2: Dogs to a Gunfight
3: New York's Finest
4: Penny and Dime
A new vigilante has shown up in Hell's Kitchen. This one doesn't seem to value human life as much as Daredevil.
Episodes 12 and 13:
12: The Ones We Leave Behind
Wilson Fisk and Matt Murdock no longer have the luxury of contemplating their lot in life. With Fisk's "Better Tomorrow" plan about to come into fruition and losses piling up around each of them, the two combatants are forced into a final showdown.
8: Shadows in the Glass
9: Speak of the Devil
10: Nelson v. Murdock
11: The Path of the Righteous
After the war with the Russians, both Murdock and Fisk have to look within themselves and plan for what's to come next.
5: World On Fire
Fisk frames the vigilante for the death of Anatoly Ranskahov. Enraged by the death of his brother, Vladimir mobilizes all of his forces to take out the vigilante of Hell's Kitchen. However, there is more going on than either of them realize.
The next few episodes of Daredevil see Matt Murdock having to deal with the repercussions of the actions of criminals that were shown at the end of episode 1.
The first episode of Marvel's new Netflix series, Daredevil, gives a quick recap of the character's origin story and introduces a darker/grittier side of the MCU.