‘Daredevil: Born Again’ Reportedly To Be a 2-Season Series

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‘Daredevil: Born Again’ is one of the most talked-about upcoming MCU projects, partly due to the fan-fueled hype and partly due to its turbulent production that’s been plagued with everything from SAG-AFTRA strike to creative differences in what the showrunners wanted and what the studio wanted. 

This is why several months ago, it was announced that the show would partially be scrapped, then, it was announced that a new creative team would sign their names on the upcoming MCU-based TV show. Dario Scardapane will act as a new showrunner for the series, with Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead announced as the co-directing team. 

Marvel plans to retain certain scenes and episodes that are already filmed while introducing new serialized elements. Scardapane will be responsible for crafting the new episodes and scenes, seamlessly integrating the existing footage. Benson and Moorhead will take the helm as directors to conclude the first season. Though the exact number of episodes remains uncertain the show was originally supposed to have 18 episodes. Various insiders and leakers stated that the show will consist of 9 episodes with a potential for part 2. Now according to Deadline, this might not be the case since they just referred to ‘Born Again’ as a two-season series. The same source also states Ord and Corman will remain as EPs on the two-season series.

Initially, reports suggested the first season would be split into two 9-episode parts, but it now appears that the second part has become a second season. Marvel Studios had delayed the second batch of episodes to assess audience reaction to the first part, but recent reports indicate they will resume shooting the next 9 episodes soon after wrapping up the first 9.

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