Scoop Confirmed: ‘Daredevil: Born Again’ Will Be TV Mature Like Netflix Series

Confirms our Marvel insiders from Comic-Con.

Confirms our Marvel insiders from Comic-Con.

Scoop Confirmed: 'Daredevil: Born Again' Will Be TV Mature Like Netflix Series

Just as my Comic-Con insiders filled me in a couple of weeks ago, Daredevil: Born Again is said to be TV mature, similar to the popular Marvel Netflix series.

Scooper Daniel RPK has said that Daredevil: Born Again is expected to maintain the TV-MA rating and will be dark and mature like the original Netflix show. He also adds the show will be split into two parts with nine episodes each.

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What was I told about Daredevil: Born Again?

Regarding the question of the TV rating and how close it will be to the Netflix series, recall Vincent D’Onofrio said the MCU series would be very different, and even Charlie Cox said Daredevil: Born Again will attempt to appeal to a slightly younger audience and will be different.

So yeah, both actors have said something more like Daredevil in She-Hulk.

However, the good news is that I am told that the comedic and goofy version of the Man Without Fear is all out the door.

Similar to what Daniel RPK says above, Marvel insiders at Comic-Con filled me in that just like Echo, Daredevil: Born Again in its current state is a complete disaster, but the good news is that the show is getting retooled.

I’m told things were already underway to fix Daredevil: Born Again but then the strike happened, so filming had to be stopped and the writers couldn’t work on the new scripts, but I am told that once the strike is over, Marvel will continue to fix the show to make it more in line with the popular mature Netflix series.

This all fits in line with what has previously been said in that Feige is ditching the comedy writers who in part are responsible for destroying the MCU and now Feige is spending money on quality writers.

Recent Marvel projects known to get new writers include Fantastic Four, Blade, and Thunderbolts.

Thor: Love and Thunder was a disaster, Quantumania an even bigger disaster, and the Marvel Disney+ shows have been atrocious, all of which have turned off fans, so apparently Kevin Feige is trying to repair Marvel. Even Bob Iger said they are pulling back on the MCU, which you don’t do if something is successful.

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