Marvel's "The Punisher" to debut November 17 on Netflix

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A new trailer has arrived The Punisher, the next Marvel series to premiere on Netflix.

The Punisher's first season will premiere on Friday, November 17 on Netflix.

Jon Bernthal plays Frank Castle who is on a warpath of revenge after his wife and two children were gunned down in front of him and he was left to die.

The new Punisher trailer makes it clear how Frank's horrific experience in the military have influence both his circumstances and his psyche.

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Buckle up. This show is going to be darker and provide more action than any of the previous Marvel shows on Netflix. Six out of ten Marvel shows during that three year period have been brought to you by Netflix.

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Bernthal debuted his bruising portrayal of Castle in Season 2 of Daredevil on Netflix.

Less Supernatural: While "Daredevil", "Iron Fist", "Jessica Jones" and "Luke Cage" bring a certain amount of fantasy elements, it sounds like "The Punisher" is much more grounded. The Punisher, showrun by Hannibal vet Steve Lightfoot, will hit the streaming service on November 17th. It's worth noting that this is the same date as the Justice League movie, but it's also when Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon come out so this could be a coincidence.

Get ready to binge-watch Marvel's Punisher just before Thanksgiving!

The trailer features Castle trying to unravel complex conspiracy.

The revelation arrives at the end of a new trailer for the crime drama released this morning on Twitter. The series also stars Will, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Amber Rose Revah, Ben Barnes, Daniel Webber, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Paul Schulze, and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio.

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