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We all know how much Marvel enjoys intermingling the worlds of its heroes, and so far it's doing much more than DC to create a combined universe containing all its protagonists.

Avengers was released in 2012, followed by Avengers: Age of Ultron in 2015. Now, with Captain America: Civil War due for release in 2016, a movie which is essentially an Avengers film, it's clear Marvel has no intention of slowing its progress.

But what about its television shows? So far Daredevil, Agents of SHIELD and Jessica Jones aren't up to the popularity level of DC's Arrow or The Flash, however they have a hell of a following and are only improving in quality.

Besides frequent references to The Avengers across all three shows, Marvel has yet to announce any potential crossovers within Daredevil, Jessica Jones or Agents of SHIELD.

However, both Jessica Jones and Daredevil are set in Hell's Kitchen, New York, so surely they must be due for a crossover. Anyone who follows Jessica Jones on Twitter may already know that the promotional material for the show has dropped a serious spoiler regarding a potential crossover with Daredevil.

Have a look at the 11 second video in the tweet below.

For those of you who aren't aware, Nelson & Murdock is the name of the protagonist's law-firm in Daredevil.

So does this mean we're likely to get a crossover in the near future? It's very possible; the two shows coexist in the same corner of the same city -- Hell's Kitchen, New York. Combined with the above promotional footage, it seems pretty likely that we'll be seeing a mash-up of the two Marvel programs some time soon.

Moreover, in the comic book source material Jessica occasionally finds herself in some legal trouble and has to seek the help of Matt Murdock, not as a vigilante, but as a lawyer. This certainly seems like the most likely manner of bringing the shows together, but will it happen?

Are you excited about this development, or do you think the television shows should keep to their own screen time?


Are you eager to see a Daredevil and Jessica Jones crossover episode?

(Source: io9, Geektyrant.)


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