Echo series to bring back Daredevil and Kingpin

Marvel's Echo series will premiere on Disney Plus in 2023.


Charlie Cox's Daredevil and Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin are already part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The adversaries appeared in their Defenders Saga roles in Spider-Man: No Way Home and Hawkeye, respectively. Since then, we have heard from different sources that the two will eventually meet up in the MCU in an upcoming show. Now, we might have confirmation when that's happening and where.

December was a good time for MCU fans as they saw Daredevil and Kingpin make their respective entrances in the Marvel Studios film universe.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the upcoming MCU television series, Echo, will bring both Kingpin and Daredevil into the same show. Alaqua Cox will reprise her role from last year's Hawkeye as Maya Lopez in what will effectively be a sequel to the Hailee Steinfeld-led MCU show. The report details that the series will feature a plotline where Matt Murdock will look for Krysten Ritter's Jessica Jones.

Of course, since Echo is the adoptive daughter of Wilson Fisk, we're pretty sure that the two will meet up in Echo at some point.

Marvel Studios acquired Netflix's fan-favorite live-action superhero series back in February. To accommodate their arrival, Disney made several changes to its parental controls. Since then, fans have been twiddling their thumbs and waiting for an official confirmation.

Marvel Studios will have to keep a tight lid on all privy info heading into Echo's premiere next year.

In the meantime, Marvel fans can look forward to watching a stacked lineup of ongoing and upcoming shows as well as movies. Ms. Marvel will drop its sixth and final episode on July 13. Meanwhile, Thor: Love and Thunder will hit theaters on July 8. After this, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will be available to watch starting on August 17 followed by Black Panther: Wakanda Forever on November 11.

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