Trailer for The Punisher season 2 promises lots of violence, emotional problems

Lewis Collier
January 12, 2019

Following the cancellations of Iron Fist and Luke Cage (despite second seasons which were widely acknowledged improvements on the first) a bombshell was dropped with the announcement that Daredevil was also ending, shortly after its excellent third season premiered. When we catch up with the Punisher in Season 2, he's sort of just drifting, staying in motels and hanging out in bars.

Frank's little fantasy drifter life as Pete Castiglione doesn't last long, as trouble quickly finds him in the form of damsel-in-distress Amy (Giorgia Whigham), a young girl being hunted by a small army of douchebags. "How do you think that feels?" Season two finds Frank in all too familiar territory.

Frank Castle, when last Marvel fans saw him, had seemed like he was on the path towards a happier life. Netflix is now in the midst of cancelling many of their Marvel programs, leaving the fate of The Punisher in muddy water. Try as he might to stay away from the life, Castle is a living, street-level lead character on an MCU series-which means he's destined to forever meet innocent people on the run from the Russian mob and kick himself in the ass for caring.

There's even a few quick shots of Agent Madani from the first season, who has some unfinished business with Russo of her own.

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The Punisher is executive produced by Steve Lightfoot along with Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb and Jim Chory.

- The Punisher (@ThePunisher) January 10, 2019Penny and dime.

Marvel's The Punisher returns for a second season on Netflix next Friday, but the review embargo on the upcoming batch (pun intended) of episodes has lifted.

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