"Curtis - Director - Frank. it’s a wrap! #thepunisher," reads the caption. Moore plays Curtis Hoyle, Castle's friend from their days in the U.S. Navy Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman. After losing part of his leg in battle, Curtis became the head of a veteran therapy group that helps tackle PTSD. Not being an amputee in real life, Moore had to wear a green sleeve on his lower leg that would allow the digital effects team to erase it from certain shots during post-production.
By the end of Season 1, Frank Castle (played by Bernthal) has reached a sort of catharsis over the tragic death of his family and decides to join Hoyle's therapy group.
Netflix hasn't announced a release date for The Punisher's second season and probably won't do so for a while, since all the new footage now needs to be edited. However, we do know that Corbin Bernsen (American Gods, Psych) and Annette O’Toole (Cat People, Smallville) were cast as Anderson and Eliza Schultz and for the show's sophomore outing. In addition, Josh Stewart (Shooter), Floriana Lima (Supergirl), and Giorgia Whigham (Scream) became series regulars.
The next Marvel series to drop on the streaming service will be Season 2 of Iron Fist on Sept. 7. Season 3 of Daredevil is set to follow by the end of this year (likely in October or November). Most likely we won't see Season 2 of The Punisher until early 2019, though Marvel has been known to surprise fans before, so who knows for sure?