We thought Echo would be released in 2023 on Disney+ , but it probably won’t be the case:
an article from Murphy’s Multiverse claims that the series will debut in early 2024, perhaps in mid-January, and then wrap up at the end of February.
Host of The Writers Panel podcast in the first half of December, head writer Marion Dayre also confirmed the postponement, saying that the show would arrive “probably in a year”. The podcast host himself, Ben Blacker, was surprised: many expected the debut to be scheduled for the summer of 2023.
Alaqua Cox plays Maya Lopez , introduced last year in Hawkeye . The series should tell the story of her transition from criminal to heroine: after the events in New York City, Maya returns to her hometown to face her past, rediscover her Native American origins and embrace the meaning of community and family. Only in this way will she be able to move forward in her life.
Charlie Cox ( Matt Murdock / Daredevil ) and Vincent D’Onofrio ( Wilson Fisk / Kingpin ) will appear on the show – a choice that more than makes sense, considering Maya ‘s ties to both. We will keep you posted.
The cast includes Alaqua Cox , Devery Jacobs , Graham Greene , Zahn McClarnon, Chaske Spencer, Tantoo Cardinal and Cody Lightning . Also, Charlie Cox ( Matt Murdock / Daredevil ) and Vincent D’Onofrio ( Wilson Fisk / Kingpin ) will return.
The direction of the series was entrusted to Sydney Freeland , a Navajo filmmaker who directed two feature films ( Drunktown’s Finest and Deidra & Laney Rob a Train ), as well as several episodes of some well-known TV series, such as Tales From the City, Station 19, Fear the Walking Dead, Nancy Drew and Reservation Dogs .
Created by David Mack (text) and Joe Quesada (art) on Daredevil (vol. 2) n. 9 in 1999, Maya Lopez is a deaf, Native American superheroine. Acrobat and martial artist of the highest level, she also possesses an eidetic memory that allows her to perfectly replicate the movements of others.