Netflix have released the first full trailer for the new series of Marvel’s Daredevil, which returns on the 18th March. The second season sees Matt (Charlie Cox) continuing to struggle with his conscience and features the introduction of two iconic comic book characters – The Punisher (Jon Bernthal) and Elektra (Elodie Yung).
Netflix also released a trailer for the fourth season of House Of Cards, which premieres on the 4th March. The new trailer shows that the Underwoods are far from reconciled after Claire (Robin Wright) announced she was leaving Frank (Kevin Spacey) at the end of last series. The trailer also gives us a first look at some of the new cast members including Joel Kinnaman, Neve Campbell and Ellen Burstyn.
HBO have unveiled a trailer for the new season of Game Of Thrones, featuring some old familiar faces including Ned, Catelyn and Rob Stark. The creepy trailer, set in the Hall of Faces, takes us through some of the show’s most memorable (and now deceased) characters, finally ending up on Jon Snow (Kit Harington) who warns that “The long night is coming, and the dead come with it”. We’ll have to wait until the show returns on 24th April to see if that warning comes true.
Gilmore Girls fans rejoice – it’s been announced that several familiar faces will be coming back for the show’s revival on Netflix. Jared Padalecki, Matt Czuchry and Milo Ventimiglia will all return to Star’s Hollow, reprising their roles as Dean, Logan and Jess, respectively.
Check out the new trailer for season two of Outlander, based on the second book in the hit Diana Gabaldon novels, Dragonfly in Amber. The new series sees Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) flee to France as they attempt to stop the bloody Scottish uprising they know is coming.
Sony have announced they are developing a TV series based on the 2010 feature film Salt starring Angelina Jolie. The action film followed Jolie’s CIA agent Evelyn Salt who was eventually revealed to be a Russian sleeper agent, yet at the end of the film vowed to go on the hunt for other sleeper agents. It’s not clear yet whether a TV series would start from that point or if it would reboot the story entirely, but it’s looking like Sony are hoping to give the series a European setting.