Daredevil and Kingpin's Episode Count In Disney+ Echo Series Revealed

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Both Matt Murdock and Wilson Fisk have officially returned to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, thanks to Spider-Man: No Way Home and Hawkeye last year. But does this also mean we'll be seeing more of the Netflix Marvel show characters in the future? A new report reportedly reveals how many episodes Daredevil and Kingpin will appear on in the upcoming Disney+ series Echo!

Back in December, Marvel fans were delighted when Hawkeye repeatedly teased and eventually brought back Kingpin in its last two episodes. At around the same time, people who watched Spider-Man: No Way Home were thrilled when Matt Murdock represented Peter Parker as a "very good lawyer."

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Some of us were not exactly surprised since there were a lot of theories about Daredevil and Kingpin's returns in both MCU projects. But what are the chances that the Daredevil characters will appear in the Hawkeye spin-off Echo?

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According to Weekly Planet, they know exactly how many episodes the characters will appear in the new series.

“Yep, Daredevil is in it for three episodes, as in Charlie Cox. Kingpin, Vinnie D’Onofrio is in four,” the report states. They also shared interesting details about the characters' story arcs.

“The Kingpin storyline is building up to him running for mayor of New York City. Apparently, he’s going to be wearing an eye patch because he was shot in the head in Hawkeye… Daredevil is also going to be rocking a red and black suit and is looking for Jessica Jones,” the report continues.

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This is interesting news considering that people have been hoping to see Charlie Cox suit up all over again as Daredevil. In addition to that, it sounds like Matt Murdock is getting a new suit later this year.

The Echo series has not yet been given an official release date but is expected to premiere on Disney+ in 2023.

Related: Original Daredevil Showrunner Call’s Disney+ Reboot ‘Bittersweet’