"Daredevil" Season 3 updates reveal the return of Matt Murdock in the Netflix TV series. The post-credits scene of "Iron Fist" Season 2 revealed the small teaser for the third season, as Matt contemplates his role of being Hell Kitchen's savior.

Marvel and Netflix also announced that they will reveal more details about the show at this year's New York Comic-Con event. The third season will take place after "The Defenders" mini-series as Matt Murdock survives his encounter with the Hand. He will return to Hell's Kitchen only to be confronted by his old nemesis, Wilson Fisk (a.k.a.

The Kingpin) as he destroys both his personal and professional life.

Season 3 teaser streamed

According to Collider, the teaser trailer for the third season of "Daredevil" was revealed after the post-credits scene in "Iron Fist" season 2. The video featured Matt Murdock in his Season 1 black costume as he is sitting inside the confession room. He tells that priest on how to combat the darkness within him as he admits that he cannot be both Matt and the Devil of Hell's Kitchen. He feels that justice cannot be obtained by both light and dark, and must step away from it thinking that the city he loves the most does not need him anymore.

Season 3's plotline will be based on the "Born Again" arc wherein Wilson Fisk figures out that Matt and Daredevil are the same person, and begins targeting his family and friends.

Fisk also tries to ruin Matt's professional career as a lawyer by exposing him as a vigilante, testing both his resolve and patience to take action.

The show will also introduce Matt's biological mother, Maggie, who helped nurse him back to good health after his war with Elektra and The Hand. The Hashtag Show previously reported that "The Young and Restless" actor, Wilson Bethel, has been cast to play Marvel villain, Bullseye for the show.

He was originally cast as an unnamed FBI agent, who uses it as a cover-up for his real job as an assassin.

Bullseye is one of Matt's most hated foes and their battles range from a simple rivalry to outright personal hatred for one another.

New York Comic-Con appearance

According to We Got This Covered, Marvel and Netflix producers will be attending this year's New York Comic-Con event in October and will explain more details about the "Daredevil" Season 3. Other Marvel shows that are appearing at the event include the second seasons of "The Runaways" and "The Gifted." Season 3 will arrive this year on Netflix.