‘Daredevil’ and ‘The Punisher’ writers join ‘Echo’ crew on Disney+

The writers who worked on Netflix’s Daredevil and The Punisher shows are all set to join the crew of Marvel’s upcoming Echo series on Disney+.

According to CBR reports, writers Dara Resnik and Ken Kristensen are set to bring their experiences scribing street-level superheroes to the scripts of Echo. Resnik, who wrote two episodes for season three of Daredevil, and Kristensen, who wrote three episodes of The Punisher, will be joining the writing staff of Echo alongside Shoshannah Stern (Supernatural), Bobby Wilson (Rutherford Falls), and lead writer Marion Dayre (Better Call Saul).

These writers understand the street-level side of the MCU, having created nuanced, layered stories featuring icons like Frank Castle, Matt Murdock, Kingpin, Karen Paige and so many more. Benjamin Poindexter, John Pilgrim, Detective Mahoney and other underrated characters from Marvel Netflix steal the spotlight across the five amazing episodes of television penned by Resnik and Kristensen.

Disney+ previously confirmed the upcoming Echo series with a new logo. The series will be produced by Marvel Studios and follow the titular deaf Native American superhero, as portrayed by Alaqua Cox.

Echo is yet to receive a premiere date.