How To Make The Perfect 'Daredevil' TV Series

James Badge Dale – The well-rounded actor certainly has the chops to pull off Matt Murdock and Daredevil, plus he will be enjoying a whole new level of exposure with his villainous role in the upcoming Iron Man 3. While Dale has recently been seen taking on smaller roles in feature films like The Grey and Shame, alongside Michael Fassbender, he's done some of his best work on the slow-burn AMC series Rubicon. With a history of quality television work and diverse film roles, James Badge Dale would make a convincing Matt Murdock.

Joshua Jackson – Jackson's earned a sizeable amount of fans for his portrayal of Peter Bishop – possibly more than his role of Pacey Witter (at least with the male demographic), and with Fringe about to start is fifth and final season, that would leave the well-known actor free to explore other opportunities like playing Daredevil. While Jackson is not regularly seen in action hero mode, there's no doubt that he could pull off the costumed antics of Daredevil, as well as he could the various aspects of Matt Murdock's day job.

Liam McIntyre – Another actor with a popular show set to end soon, Liam McIntyre stepped into the sandals of the late Andy Whitfield and did a remarkable job of putting his own spin on role of Spartacus, while remaining true to the character. McIntyre certainly has the proper physique to play the role of Daredevil, but would be tested more in the role of Matt Murdock. However, considering he was primarily known for quieter, dramatic roles prior to being cast as the bombastic Thracian warrior, McIntyre definitely has the range to handle courtroom drama as well as the physical presence to convincingly flog bad guys in the streets with a billy club.

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