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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
Marvel's The Punisher’s
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Average Demand for Marvel's The Punisher is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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Marvel's The Punisher has a neutral trend. It has grown in demand by 0x in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
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In Genre Performance

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Marvel's The Punisher ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Marvel's The Punisher has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York's criminal underworld. Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: November 17, 2017

Also Known As: Cezalandirici, The Punisher (televisieserie) |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (18) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

gun
based on comic
vigilante
violence

Company Credits

Production Co: ABC Signature, Disney-ABC Domestic Television |  See more »

Cast

Porter Kelly
as Nurse
Royce Johnson
as Det. Sgt. Brett Mahoney/Detective Sergeant Mahoney
Michael Pemberton
as Lieutenant Ferrara
Paul Schulze
as William Rawlins
Timothy Stickney
as OIG Agent
Chris Critelli
as Lance
Geoffrey Cantor
as Mitchell Ellison
Alexander Notkin
as Sergei Konchevsky
Alessandro Accornero
as Wilcox
Kathleen Mary Carthy
as Barmaid
Brandon Gill
as Deputy Ken Ogden
Graham Wolfe
as Weems
Christopher R Ellis
as Moose
C. Thomas Howell
as Carson Wolf
Daniel Webber
as Lewis Walcott/Lewis Wilson
Aline Mayne
as Bar patron
Ebon Moss-Bachrach
as David Lieberman/Micro
Keith Jardine
as Russian Thug
Justin Michael Woods
as Army Veteran
Kobi Frumer
as Zach Lieberman
Adrian Alvarado
as Eddie
Ashley August
as Debbie
Tabitha Holbert
as Delia Robinson
Rosemary Howard
as Police Officer
Allie McCulloch
as Rebecca Pilgrim
Rudy De La Cruz
as Doughy Man
Darlene Violette
as Waitress
Joe Holt
as Sheriff Hardin
Ripley Sobo
as Leo Lieberman
Robert J. Hawk
as Christopher
John Donchak
as Bar Patron
Adelind Horan
as Computer Tech
Mike Figueroa
as Geno
Anthony Ruiz
as Vendor
Khalil' La'Marr Pickett
as Operator
Wilbur Edwin Henry
as Reverend Potter
Houshang Touzie
as Dr. Hamid Madani
Christine Duke
as Prostitute
Steve Mack
as Security Guard
Jesse Bradley
as Davis
Rudy Eisenzopf
as Deputy Dobbs
Manny Ureña
as Jimbo
Peter Albrink
as Johnny
Sabrina Reitman
as Hayley
Quincy Chad
as Geiger
Greta Quispe
as Clerk
Brendan Walsh
as Moke
Valisa Tate
as Birthday Girl
Daniel Garcia
as CIA Agent
Mark Richard Goldman
as Bar Patron
Derek Roberts
as Officer Lawrence
Owen Burke
as Mazur
Jeb Kreager
as Gunner
Corbin Bernsen
as Anderson Schultz
Kacie Sheik
as Rhonda
Michael Nathanson
as Sam Stein
Jimi Stanton
as Todd
Ray Rosario
as Parishioner
Kiera O'Connor
as Woman in Bar
Sarah Skeist
as Paramedic
Jagger Nelson
as Rex
Kara Young
as Wendy
Stacy-Ann Gooden
as News Anchor
Jon David Casey
as Mickey O'Hare
Lucca De Oliveira
as Donny Chavez
Tim Guinee
as Clay Wilson
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
as Marion James
Brett Bartholomew
as Philip
Diego Aguirre
as Mike
Evan Johnson
as Young Airport Suit
Rylan Proto
as Gang Leader #2
Jeremie Carlson
as Barman
Shezi Sardar
as Ahmad Zubair
Jordyn DiNatale
as Shantel
Bill Walters
as Flophouse Background
Ramona Floyd
as Doctor Evans/Dr. Evans
Bob Leszczak
as Man Fleeing Gunfire/Pedestrian Fleeing Crime Scene
Jonah Falcon
as Cadet
Teri Reeves
as Marlena Olin
Jamie Ann Romero
as Deputy Murphy
Henry Boshart
as Lemuel Pilgrim
Johnny Pozzi
as Rick
Brett Parks
as Denny
Josh Caras
as Carl
Dov Davidoff
as Ricky Langtry
Bianca LaVerne Jones
as Cop
Chris Barnes
as Tow Truck Driver
Jon Bernthal
as Frank Castle/Punisher
Shohreh Aghdashloo
as Farah Madani
Giorgia Whigham
as Amy Bendix/Rachel
Aubrey Richmond
as Aubrey Richmond
Adam B. Shapiro
as Church Choir
Jason R. Moore
as Curtis Hoyle
Andrew Polk
as Col. Morty Bennett
Todd Ryan Jones
as Davy
Lissa Danshaw
as Paramedic
Samuel María Gómez
as José
Thomas G. Waites
as Arthur Walsh
Decater James
as Veteran
Yadira Correa
as Cop
Anais Almonte
as Dead Girl
John F. Schreffler Jr.
as John F. Schreffler Jr.
Kareem Savinon
as Officer Smith
Kelli Barrett
as Maria Castle
Harry Adam
as Church Boy
Angelica Kushi
as Dead Girl
Delaney Williams
as O'Connor
Ilia Volok
as Kazan
Nick Low
as Mark
Aidan Pierce Brennan
as Frank Castle Jr.
Daniel Tirado
as Paramedic
Ludovic Coutaud
as Halloween Market Customer
Ramon O. Torres
as Soldier
Donald Webber Jr.
as Bruce Ogden
Shooter Jennings
as Shooter Jennings
Oleg Prudius
as Russian Thug
Jes Davis
as Hooker #2
Kelsey Saunders
as Recruit
Pat Kiernan
as Newscaster 1
Kym Gomes
as Maid
Theo A. Kamp
as Theo A. Kamp
Michael DeBarge
as Parishioner
Josh Stewart
as John Pilgrim
Jason Nuzzo
as Older Airport Suit
Nafeesa Monroe
as Inspector Monroe
Rick Holmes
as Senator Stan Ori
Robbie DeRaffele
as Russian Thug
Todd Alan Crain
as David Schultz
Alexa Davalos
as Beth Quinn
René Ifrah
as Officer Jack
Lucas Kane
as Drunk
Amber Rose Revah
as Dinah Madani
Eboni Booth
as TV Reporter
Manny Galan
as Marine #3
Lucy Marinelli
as Private School Girl
Marlene Ginader
as Producer
Leajato Amara Robinson
as FBI Agent
Dikran Tulaine
as Nikolai Poloznev
Kyli Zion
as Dead Girl
James Douglass
as James Douglass
Rob Morgan
as Turk Barrett
Jordan Dean
as Jake Nelson/Jake Campbell
Kate Rigg
as Dr. Mason
Gene Gillette
as Officer O'Rourke
Carly Blake Sebouhian
as Hooker #1
Dannielle Rose
as Businesswoman
Shevy Gutierrez
as ESU Cop
Ian Poake
as Tech
Michael Kennealy
as Cop
Kevin Chapman
as Kusack
Jay Kwon
as Thug
Andrea Leigh
as Carla
David Nash
as Leader
Raul Torres
as Cartel Sicario
Justin Paul
as Martin
Daniel Frith
as Clive
D.C. Williams
as Simon
Annette O'Toole
as Eliza Schultz
E.J. Carroll
as Doctor Charles
Ambre Anderson
as Businesswoman
Floriana Lima
as Krista Dumont
Jeffrey Brabant
as Marine #1
Deborah Ann Woll
as Karen Page
Vishaal Reddy
as Aide
Brian Adam DeJesus
as Gang Leader #1
Lenny Thomas
as Customer
Preston Christopher Lawrence
as Bartender
Tony Plana
as Rafael Hernandez/Rafael 'Rafi' Hernandez
Brett Diggs
as Anton
Ted Koch
as Bob Wick
Cecelia Antoinette
as Lillian
Charles Brice
as Bobby
Ben Rezendes
as Scut
Ben Barnes
as Billy Russo
Jordan Mahome
as Isaac
Joseph D. Reitman
as Creepy Ed
Jaime Ray Newman
as Sarah Lieberman
Derek Goh
as Danny
Roma Torre
as Newscaster 2
Amanda Bruton
as Cop
Jason Hite
as Leo
Nicolette Pierini
as Lisa Castle
Ilfenesh Hadera
as Mistress
Zell Steele Morrow
as Michael Pilgrim
Christopher Akpobiyeri
as Marine #2
Roger Brenner
as EMT/FDNY
Sara Mann
as Church Choir
Flora Wildes
as Lanie
Clancy Brown
as Major Schoonover
Charlie Romanelli
as Militia
Tyler Elliot Burke
as Paulie
Reagan Grella
as Young Krista
James Lorenzo
as Tony
Avery Mason
as Ringo
Alex Pires
as I.T. Guy

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 13 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2017

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Action Series

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2018

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Actor on Television

Winner

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best New Media Superhero Series

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