Following teasers, Netflix shares the first full-length trailer for season two of Marvel's The Punisher.

The two-and-a-half-minute clip sees Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle coming to the aid of a young woman whose friends and family have been murdered, much like his own. Per usual, Castle shows just how badass he is by taking on a group of guys at a bar. From there, we're reintroduced to Castle's former pal-turned-bad-guy, Billy Russo, who is out for revenge after Frank disfigured his face.

Following the cancellation of Daredevil, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, who knows how much longer The Punisher will be around. Nonetheless, season two lands on Netflix January 18.

For more entertainment, watch the trailer for Jordan Peele's new sci-fi comedy, 'Weird City.'

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