The second season of the Netflix original series Marvel’s Daredevil is now available to subscribers. The season offers 4k TV owners more content for viewing in native 3840×2160 resolution (up to four-times the resolution of 1080p) — if internet bandwidth allows.
Are you able to get Marvel’s Daredevil in 4k? Just look for the label that says Ultra HD on the series description page. Netflix suggests internet speeds of 25Mbps to view 4k content, but we’ve had no trouble with around 15Mbps as long as there aren’t too many devices streaming data at the same time.
Here’s a more detailed guide to viewing 4k Ultra HD on Netflix.
Marvel’s Daredevil was created by Drew Goddard based on the Marvel Comic superhero who first appeared in Daredevil #1 (April 1964). The series stars Charlie Cox as blind public defender Matt Murdock who fights crime as Daredevil. The new season introduces Daredevil’s love interest Elektra, played by Elodie Yung.
The second season of Marvel’s Daredevil consists of thirteen 54-minute episodes that are all available to binge-watch over the weekend.
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