Marvel TV shows will no longer be available on Netflix by the end of this month. TV shows by marvel such as The Punisher, Luke Cage, Daredevil, and Company will no longer be available on Netflix by the end of this month as they all have an expiration date of February 28th.
Marvel TV Shows Will No Longer Be Available On Netflix
Just before Disney plus, Marvel TV shows on Netflix were pushing the edge of marvel cinematic universe-adjacent content when it comes to streaming. Soon, however, Netflix subscribers will no longer be able to see Daredevil, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, The Defenders, and others on Netflix.
News about the forthcoming expulsion surfaced recently at what’s on Netflix, as watchers saw banners on the shows in the Netflix application. Representatives for Netflix and Disney who declined to be named freely have affirmed to The Verge that Netflix’s permit closes February 28th.
Polygon brings up that this shift is coming soon after a couple of characters from the Netflix shows sprung up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Charlie Cox brought his Daredevil person into Spider-Man: No Way Home, while Vincent D’Onofrio played Kingpin in the Hawkeye show on Disney Plus.
This stops the association that began in 2012 and first hit our TV screens with the debut of Daredevil on Netflix in 2015. By 2018, each of the shows had been dropped, leaving them in an in-between state from that point onward. As now Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos called attention to in a 2017 meeting with Reuters, “that’s why we got into the originals business five years ago.”
What Will Happen To the Axed Marvel TV Shows on Netflix
As of now, there are no comments from either of the parties involved in regards to what might happen to the shows after they have left Netflix. My guess however will be that they will turn up somewhere eventually, but before that, you might want to enjoy them in the next few weeks while you still have the chance.