In November 2013, two of the biggest brands in the entertainment industry came together, Marvel and Netflix, announcing a new partnership to produce a series of Marvel Netflix shows.
Two years later, in 2015, Netflix’s Marvel universe launched with the launch of Daredevil marks the first of six series set in the same universe that will later include Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders and Who punished.
Between 2015 and 2019, Marvel and Netflix released a total of 13 seasons across six series before the relationship between the two franchises soured leading to the collapse of the Marvel Netflix universe. While the series both ended at the wrong time, fans can at least relive their favorite Marvel Netflix shows anytime with the series – like all other Netflix Originals – remains on the service for viewers to enjoy.
However, in an unexpected turn of events, Marvel Netflix’s showtime on Netflix is coming to an end.
Are Marvel’s Netflix Shows Leaving Netflix?
Shocking as the Marvel Netflix shows are actually leaving Netflix in March 2022, which would mark a remarkable moment in Netflix history. While Netflix has scrapped a handful of originals over the years, it has never removed such a catalog of high profile Netflix Originals.
As first reported by What’s on NetflixOn February 11, 2022, removal notices began appearing on every season of Marvel Netflix shows informing viewers that the series would leave Netflix on March 1, 2022.
Which Marvel shows are leaving Netflix?
On March 1, 2022, every Marvel Netflix Shows is set to be removed from Netflix’s catalog, which will include Daredevil season 1-3, Jessica Jones season 1-3, Luke Cage season 1-2, Iron Fist season 1-2, Who punished season 1-2 as well Defenders limited series.
Why are Marvel shows leaving Netflix?
While shocking, the removal of Marvel Netflix shows really isn’t too surprising as Disney has been so adamant about its desire to get its various properties back. While Netflix and Disney have yet to make an official statement, it looks like Marvel shows will be leaving Netflix due to Disney stripping the rights to the series from Netflix.
As What’s On Netflix pointed out in their original report, Disney made some conscious efforts to withdraw the licensing to other companies. The company previously pulled all Marvel and Disney movies from Netflix after ending their licensing deal to move titles to its own Disney+ streaming service.
Where will the Marvel Netflix shows continue?
At this time Marvel Studios and Netflix have not announced where Marvel Netflix shows will be available to stream once they leave Netflix’s catalog on March 1. With Marvel being a Disney brand, there’s a good deal It is possible that the series will move to Hulu or Disney+ which is currently the home of all other existing Marvel-branded series.
https://netflixlife.com/2022/02/11/every-marvel-netflix-show-leaving-netflix-march-1-report/ All Marvel Netflix Shows Leaving Netflix March 1 (REPORT)