Published On: Sun, Aug 5th, 2018

‘Daredevil’ season 3 coming in late 2018, Wilson Bethel likely playing Bullseye

2018 is proving to be a busy, busy year for Netflix’s Marvel Universe. After a new season of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, a new Iron Fist is coming in the fall and news now points to the new Daredevil also arriving before year’s end.

Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos seemingly confirmed at the end of the company’s Q2 earnings video that it will be released this year.

“In the short term, we’ve got new seasons coming up, in the second half of this year, of Orange is the New Black, Ozark, Iron Fist, Daredevil, Narcos, the finale of House of Cards, the follow-up series to Making a Murderer,” he confirmed.

Iron Fist is getting a reduced episode count with ten instead of thirteen (debuting in September), so it’s possible Daredevil season 3 could debut in November or December.

Daredevil season 3 will adapt the classic ‘Born Again’ storyline which sees Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) return from the grave after the events of The Defenders. While Wilson Fisk (Vincent D’Onofrio), aka the Kingpin, is the prominent villain, this new chapter promises to introduce Daredevil’s primary adversary: Bullseye.

Wilson Bethel has long been rumored to be playing the character ever since he was cast as a series regular in the third season last November.

Bethel was said to be playing an unnamed FBI agent with a “darkness inside himself” and a “hair-trigger temper” that would “play a critical role in the conflict between Matt Murdock and Wilson Fisk.”

While Bethel was initially believed to be portraying Sin-Eater, rumors later pointed to him playing Bullseye after a source reportedly working on the third season began to leak some key plot points.

These rumors were seemingly confirmed when the logo for the third season’s costume department was revealed to include a bullseye.

It’s no surprise, there have been all sorts of casting rumors and teases of Bullseye (Jason Statham linked to playing Bullseye in ‘Daredevil’ season 2)

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