Netflix and Marvel TV have finally released a full trailer for their latest television series, “The Punisher“. The show sees Jon Bernthal reprising his role of Frank Castle, aka The Punisher, after his second season stint on “Daredevil”. How does it look? Stop asking me and just watch…
After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld. Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.
Say what you will about some of their shows’ flaws, but Netflix and Marvel TV sure know how to cut a trailer! This looks great from top to bottom, especially including the choice of music here. Whether or not I’ll still feel that way by the end of the season is a different story, but for now I’m all in. As someone who considers the second season of “Daredevil” to be the pinnacle of the Netflix/Marvel collaborations to date, with The Punisher arc being the best part of it, I couldn’t be more excited for this. Bring it on!
“The Punisher” is the sixth Marvel television series from Netflix. It was created by Steve Lightfoot and is based on the popular Marvel Comics character. The series stars Jon Bernthal as ‘Frank Castle/The Punisher’, Ben Barnes as ‘Billy Russo’, Ebon Moss-Bachrach as ‘David Lieberman/Micro’, Amber Rose Revah as ‘Dinah Madani’, Deborah Ann Woll as ‘Karen Page’, Daniel Webber as ‘Lewis Walcott’, Jason R. Moore as ‘Curtis Hoyle’, Paul Schulze as ‘Rawlins’, Jaime Ray Newman as ‘Sarah Lieberman’, Shoreh Aghdashloo as ‘Farah Madani’, Rob Morgan as ‘Turk Barrett’, and Michael Nathanson as ‘Sam Stein’. Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio also appears.
“The Punisher” premieres on Netflix in late 2017.
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