Netflix's 'The Punisher' Gets Even Darker in Season 2 Trailer


Netflix has released two new posters for the Marvel’s The Punisher season 2 featuring Ben Barnes as Jigsaw and Giorgia Whigham as Amy Bendix

Frank Castle is back for another round of morally gray murder in Season 2 of Netflix's The Punisher, and based on the above trailer, not much has changed.

Netflix revealed the premiere date for Season 2 of January 18 in a teaser trailer last week, which featured Jigsaw - Castle's old best friend, Billy Russo, who is now embracing his villainous self. However, there's another wrinkle introduced as we see Bernthal's Castle get caught up in a whole new fracas when he saves the life of a mysterious girl, which will put him in the crosshairs of a lot more enemies.

Check out the trailer below.

That headline reflects the fact that along with being burned out watching Marvel Netflix shows, I am now burned out writing about their promotional stuff as well. Season two finds Frank in all too familiar territory. Do you think it will be better than the first season?

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Billy Russo (Ben Barnes) is back, with scars that certainly do not make it look like his face was smashed into a mirror. Three others were cancelled recently - Daredevil, Iron Fist and Luke Cage - suggesting that the fate of the remaining two (Punisher and Jessica Jones) may likewise remain precarious.

Check out some new photos from the season!

After very little lead-up to The Punisher season two premiere on January 18, Netflix and Marvel are going all-out with promotional material in the final days before the series returns. Clips of the ruthless fight that went down in said venue are interspersed throughout the conversation as Bendix questions Castle on his true motivations, saying, "It's nearly like you were happy for the excuse", in reference to the character's tendency toward savagery.

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