Echo Trailer Convinces Fans it’s as Good as Daredevil

Echo will premiere on Disney+ and Hulu on January 9th

Echo Trailer Convinces Fans it's as Good as Daredevil


  • Echo's new teaser trailer emanates Deadpool vibes, making fans excited for the project.
  • Fans loved the new tone that the MCU adopts with its first TV-MA rated project.
  • Early reviews for Echo are out and critics seem to love the first few episodes of the series.
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The new teaser trailer of Marvel’s Disney+ series Echo has been released, featuring additional information and heightened excitement. Fans consider this trailer one of the best Marvel has released recently, reminding the audience of the era of Netflix-Marvel projects like Daredevil. The show has received a TV-MA rating, making it the first Disney+ Marvel project to carry one.

A still from Echo (2024)
A still from Echo (2024)

The trailer also reveals a surprising change in the release date. While initially set to debut on both Disney+ and Hulu on January 10th, the trailer reveals that all five episodes will be released on January 9th in one killer drop.

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Echo‘s New Trailer Amplifies Excitement Among Fans

Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez / Echo
Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez / Echo

The recently dropped trailer for Echo, starring Alaqua Cox as the titular character, suggests that Marvel is sparing no effort with the series. The show is part of the new experimental Marvel Spotlight, which encompasses projects less connected to the main MCU storyline. Although the character Maya Lopez / Echo was earlier featured in the MCU series Hawkeye, viewers don’t need to watch Hawkeye to enjoy the series.

Marvel Studios' Echo | Rampage | Disney+ & Hulu

After the disappointing projects from Marvel Television in recent times, people cared less about Echo. However, the series flipped the narrative after the drop of its first trailer. Fans on X are now super excited about the project, and today’s trailer didn’t disappoint either. Marvel fans shared that the biggest highlight of the project is the Daredevil vibes it emanates.


Interestingly, Charlie Cox’s character makes an appearance in the trailer, further intensifying fan excitement. Fans liken this project to the Andor of MCU, referencing the successful Star Wars Disney+ project. They also appreciate Marvel’s shift away from the She-Hulk approach, producing more mature projects like Echo, Deadpool 3, and Marvel Zombies. Some fan reactions read:

In addition to Maya Lopez and Matt Murdock, Vincent D’Onofrio’s Wilson Fisk also returns to the series as the villain. The cast also includes Chaske Spencer as Henry, Tantoo Cardinal as Chula, Graham Greene as Skully, Cody Lightning as Cousin Biscuits, Devery Jacobs as Bonnie, and Zahn McClarnon as William Lopez.

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Echo Early Reviews Are Promising

Daredevil makes an appearance in Echo trailer
Daredevil makes an appearance in the Echo trailer

As fans eagerly await the January 9th release of the series on Disney+ and Hulu, some critics had the opportunity to watch a few episodes of Echo at a preview screening in the United Kingdom. Total Film’s Emily Murray enjoyed the incredible fight scenes in the series and commended the show’s sound design and Alaqua Cox’s performance. No Majesty’s Paul Klein added that Echo is the “gritty tonic” needed for the MCU’s superhero fatigue.

The Digital Fix’s Tom Percival believed that the fans of Netflix’s Daredevil would love the show, although he mentioned not being a fan of all the creative decisions in the series. For Podcaster Tyrell Charles, Echo presents itself as a “grounded, character-driven story”.

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Despite the promising reviews, many are still skeptical, as Marvel’s recent projects also started strong but failed to deliver on the promises they built during the first few episodes. Fans hope Echo will overcome this major Marvel issue and emerge as the studio’s much-needed television success.


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