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Published January 3, 2019

New 'Marvel's The Punisher' Season 2 Teaser Spotlights Frank and Billy

Let Frank be who he's meant to be. 'Marvel's The Punisher' Season 2 debuts January 18 on Netflix.

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The wait for Frank Castle's return is just over two weeks away, with "Marvel's The Punisher" Season 2 set to debut Friday, January 18th on Netflix! 

The premiere date reveal is part of a brand new teaser for the second season of the series, which takes a look at the mindset of both Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) and Billy Russo (Ben Barnes) after their confrontation at the end of the show's first season. Watch the full teaser above, as Frank asks, "Let me be what I'm meant to be," while Billy reveals that after what he went through with Frank, "It's like a bomb went off inside my mind." 

Along with Bernthal and Barnes, “Marvel’s The Punisher” Season 2 features returning cast members Amber Rose Revah (“Dinah Madani”) and Jason R. Moore (“Curtis Hoyle”). They’re joined by new additions to the cast Josh Stewart as John Pilgrim, Floriana Lima as Krista Dumont, and Giorgia Whigham as Amy Bendix, along with Corbin Bernsen and Annette O’Toole as Anderson and Eliza Schultz. 

Check back at Marvel.com for more on "Marvel's The Punisher" as we head towards the debut of the 13-episode second season on January 18th!

"Marvel's The Punisher" Season 1 is now streaming on Netflix.  Make sure to follow @ThePunisher on Twitter and like “Marvel’s The Punisher” on Facebook. You can also see more about the show at Marvel.com’s section for “Marvel’s The Punisher.”  

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