Netflix has reported the discharge date of Marvel’s The Punisher, the 13-scene initially period of the turn helter-skelter on the fan-most loved character initially found in Daredevil season 2. Following quite a while of “redacting” the discharge date from special material for the show, the gushing goliath has at last revealed the date of the arrangement’s presentation.
Here it is: November 17.
Far and away superior, here’s another trailer:
It’s a flashback-substantial secret, one that starts with Frank in his military days, before making a beeline for show day and interfacing every one of the spots. He’s troubled by what he’d done — which seems to incorporate tormenting a man for an off-the-books mission — yet despite the fact that he demonstrates regret for it quickly, the episode tails him to New York years after the fact, on account of Micro (Ebon Moss-Bachrach).
The hacker has resurfaced the clip, and he intends to use it to get Frank on his side to take down the organization that sent them both underground. That won’t be easy: Homeland agent Dinah Madani (Amber Rose Revah) is hot on Frank’s tail, but Frank appears to stay at least one step ahead of her and the goons he’s after. “These men, they decide what the truth is,” he tells Karen (Deborah Ann Woll). “The world needs to see the truth.”
Marvel’s The Punisher streams Nov. 17 on Netflix.1 of 1