Marvel's forthcoming superhero series 'Daredevil' will air on Netflix on April 10, the companies have confirmed.
All 13 episodes will be available at once. April 10 is a Friday, in case you were wondering, so you can binge-watch all weekend long.
It will be available in every country Netflix is in, so us Brits won't miss out.
Marvel also released a trailer, which sees the Daredevil logo light up parts of Hell's Kitchen in New York.
The series follows Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox ('Boardwalk Empire')), a lawyer who was blinded as a child and now patrols the streets of Hell's Kitchen at night as the titular superhero.
It also stars Deborah Ann Woll ('True Blood') as Karen Page, Elden Henson ('The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Parts 1 and 2') as Foggy Nelson and Rosario Dawson ('Sin City: A Dame to Kill For') as Claire Temple.
It's the first of four original Marvel series to air exclusively on Netflix. 'A.K.A Jessica Jones' will arrive later in the year.
The first two episodes are written by Drew Goddard ('World War Z', 'The Cabin in the Woods').