Netflix’s Marvel TV Shows Will Disappear At The End Of This Month


Before Disney Plus, Netflix’s Marvel TV shows were pushing MCU-adjacent content to streaming, but soon you won’t be able to watch Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, Punisher, Where The defenders on Netflix more.

News of the impending deletion surfaced earlier today at What’s on Netflix, as viewers have noticed flags on shows in the Netflix app. Netflix and Disney spokespersons who declined to be publicly named confirmed The edge that Netflix’s license ends on February 28.

Polygon points out that this change comes right after a few characters from the Netflix shows appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Charlie Cox introduced his Daredevil character in Spider-Man: No Coming Homewhile Vincent D’Onofrio played Kingpin in the Hawk Eye show on Disney Plus.

This ends the partnership that began in 2012 and first appeared on our TV screens with the premiere of daredevil on Netflix in 2015. By 2018, all shows had been canceled, leaving them in limbo ever since. As Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos pointed out in a 2017 interview with Reuters“[t]That’s why we got into the originals business five years ago.

There’s no word from either party involved on what might happen to the shows after they leave Netflix, and while I suspect they will make a return in some form, you you may want to enjoy it over the next few weeks while you are still able.


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