Daredevil: Born Again Reportedly Hired Lawyers As Show Writers

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The first Daredevil show was initially canceled on Netflix, leading Disney to pick it up for a complete reboot, Daredevil: Born Again, to not only include on their streaming site, but also in becoming a part of the MCU. Charlie Cox will still be portraying the titular character, Matt Murdock slash Daredevil, who works as an attorney, which gives way into tapping a number of real-life lawyers in creation of the series.


According to The Cosmic Circus, Daredevil: Born Again has a list of writers who have real-life experiences as lawyers, where some of them have also already written for TV shows previously. The list of writers includes David Feige (not related to Kevin Feige), Thomas Wong and Zachary Reiter.

David Feige was a public defender in NYC and even started a nonprofit bail organization, The Bronx Freedom Fund. Feige has also written a memoir titled Indefensible: One Lawyer’s Journey into the Inferno of American Justice, which tackles his life experiences. As for his television works, he wrote for ABC’s For Life and co-created TNT’s Raising the Bar.


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Thomas Wong started as a lawyer in New York before coming into TV writing. Wong is best known for CBS legal drama, Bull, and has also written for Fox’s Minority Report and Freeform’s Good Trouble. Zachary Reiter has a New York legal background, as well, and has written for prominent television franchises such as Law & Order: Organized Crime and CSI: New York, and according to the Writers Guild of America (WGA), Daredevil: Born Again.


Apart from these lawyer writers, Jill Blankenship (Arrow, action DC series Naomi and The Last Ship) and Grainne Godfree (Arrowverse, The Flash, etc) who both have superhero writing expertise are also joining the Daredevil: Born Again team, with the inclusion of Devon Kliger and Aisha Porter-Christie.

Daredevil: Born Again is a part of the many series included in Marvel Phase Five, which opens up with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania this February 17.

Daredevil: Born Again is set to have 18 episodes streaming on Disney+ sometime in 2024.