|Director:||Álex García López|
|Original airdate:||October 19, 2016|
|Previous Episode:||"No Good Deed"|
|Next Episode:||"The Perfect Game"|
"Blindsided" is the fourth episode of the third season of Daredevil.
While Matt infiltrates a prison to find information on the Albanians, Fisk puts Dex in his crossheirs, and a fed-up Foggy goes on the offensive.
- Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil
- Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page
- Elden Henson as Franklin "Foggy" Nelson
- Jay Ali as Ray Nadeem
- Wilson Bethel as Benjamin Poindexter
- Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin
- Amy Rutberg as Marci Stahl
- Royce Johnson as Detective Brett Mahoney
- Kate Udall as SAC Tammy Hattley
- Sunita Deshpande as Seema Nadeem
- Luke Robertson as Michael Kemp
- James Biberi as Vic Jusufi
- Andrew Sensenig as Agent Winn
- Scotty Crowe as Agent Lim
- Richard Prioleau as Agent Doyle
- Malikha Mallette as Tanya Mills
- Danny Garcia as Malik
- David Roberts as Nurse Oscar
- Joseph Edwards as Front Guard
- Perry Strong as Corrections Officer
- Lance Channing as Entrance Guard
- Afrim Gjonbalaj as Albanian Inmate
- Dave Macomber as Spying Inmate
- Adam Wood as Albanian Guard
- Daron Ross as Rowdy Officer
- Bryan Reynoso as Thug #1
- Jonathan Iglesias as Lanky Thug
- Jake Eavey as Cabbie
Continuity and References to the Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Blake Tower is mentioned.
- Sami Nadeem is mentioned.
- Michael Kemp's Mother is mentioned.
- Nav is mentioned.
- Fran is mentioned.
- Vanessa Marianna is mentioned.
- Jasper Evans is mentioned.
- Vic Jusufi's Cousin is mentioned.
- Allison Hattley is mentioned.
- Tammy Hattley's Father is mentioned.
- Mitchell Ellison is mentioned.
- Felix Manning is mentioned.
- Nelson and Murdock is mentioned.
- Vancorp is mentioned.
- Red Lion National Bank is mentioned.
- Ambush on the FBI Convoy is mentioned.
- Battle of New York is shown on newspaper.
- Duel of Harlem is shown on newspaper.
- Destruction of Midland Circle is mentioned.
- Arrest of Wilson Fisk is mentioned.
- Hattley Residence is mentioned.
- Midland Circle is mentioned.
- Leviathan is shown newspaper.
- Matt's escape from the prison and meeting with the Albanians takes place in an unbroken eleven-and-a-half-minute single shot. The ambitious sequence was designed so that they could include hidden cuts to different takes if necessary, for example by having the characters pass through darkened hallways, but the production team managed to complete the sequence in a genuine single take. Showrunner Erik Oleson ended up boosting the scene's light levels in post-production to make it very clear to the audience that no cuts were made. "There is not a single hidden cut," Oleson said. "It is one 11 1/2-minute take. Charlie Cox and Chris Brewster, his stunt double, do some cowboy switches, where Charlie switches off with Chris, and you can't even see where those happened. Charlie Cox is a champion for being able to do all of the stunts, and then flip over into a dramatic scene, and then back into stunts, and do it all like a freight train and stay in the moment. It's an incredible feat."