Marvel’s been nothing short of ambitious in terms of planning out its vast TV universe. Even as they’ve slowly begun to close up shop on network television, they’ve continued to expand their Netflix shows, green-lighting The Punisher shortly after the iconic anti-hero first appeared in Season 2 of Daredevil.
Speaking of, here’s everything we know about Season 3 of Daredevil, so far.
1. Season 3 isn’t likely to debut before 2018
Above we have a tweet from Entertainment Weekly’s senior writer Natalie Abrams, outlining the planned schedule for Marvel’s Netflix shows. To flesh out Abrams’ condensed tweet, after the first seasons for Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Defenders arrive, things will open up for additional seasons of Jessica Jones and Daredevil. Marvel seems committed to a two show a year schedule, leaving little room for Daredevil‘s third season until 2018, at the earliest.
Of course that’s also not figuring in additional seasons of Luke Cage and Iron Fist, or even the debut of The Punisher. Marvel’s Netflix dance card is filling up quickly, making a third season of Daredevil increasingly difficult to slot, assuming they remain committed to releasing just two shows a year.