With filming for the first season of "The Punisher" underway in NY, this leaves the door wide open for further speculation regarding not just "The Punisher" series, but the larger slate of titles mentioned above that comprise this universe, and the varying ways each may interact with one another by way of crossovers and the like moving forward.
Details concerning The Punisher Netflix series have been kept mysteriously under wraps. It's unclear when The Punisher spin-off series will premiere.
In addition, ComicBook.com speculated that Bernthal could be using his production time to make an appearance on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
As it turns out, the NYCC guest schedule announcement was indeed a revelation that the Punisher's show has started filming. Without a doubt, the character is one of our favorites in the MCU and after the taste of him that we got in Daredevil season 2, we're eager to see more of Frank Castle and dive further into his backstory - something which the spinoff will no doubt do.
Sure, Frank might have gone incognito after his high-profile rampage through NY, though it would seem at least odd to spend so much of Daredevil Season 2 building up to Bernthal's few in-costume Punisher scenes, only to send the character right back underground.
Marvel's The Punisher is part of an overall deal between Marvel Television and Netflix, which has already released the critically-acclaimed seasons of Marvel's Daredevil and Marvel's Jessica Jones, with Marvel's Luke Cage having just premiered last Friday.