Where will the Netflix Marvel shows stream after leaving?

Marvel's Daredevil - Credit: Netflix
Marvel's Daredevil - Credit: Netflix /
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You’ve probably already heard, but from March 1, 2022, all the Netflix Marvel shows will be leaving the streamer. That means we’ll be saying goodbye to Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Lucas Cage, The Punisher, Iron Fist, and The Defenders, in just a few days time.

Over the last few years with Marvel’s big-screen success in its flurry of superhero movies, it wasn’t too much of a surprise when Marvel Studio’s branched out the Marvel  Cinematic Universe to the small screen But with Disney+’s introduction of new live-action (and animated) shows many wondered what it would mean for the future of the collaboration between Netflix and Marvel, and as it seems we now finally know.

With the popular superhero shows being removed from Netflix, many are wondering if this is the last time they will be able to watch the shows, and if not, where they’ll be able to continue watching the Netflix Marvel shows once they’ve left the streamer.

If you’ve been wondering too, then we’ve got news for you! We’ve got the latest update on what’s happening with the Netflix Marvel shows below!

Where to watch the Marvel Netflix shows in March

Ever since it was revealed that the rights to Netflix’s Marvel shows were reverting to Disney, many had speculated the popular shows — which had exclusively streamed on Netflix up until now — would be available to stream on Disney+ following their departure.

And while it does seem that this will be the case internationally, with Disney confirming the news just a few days ago while teasing a March 16 release date, according to Screen Rant, fans of the Netflix Marvel shows in the United States will potentially have to wait a while longer until they’re able to watch the series again. This is because Netflix’s shows include “higher levels of violence and nudity” which aren’t permitted on domestic Disney+.

Disney+’s partnership with STAR outside the US allows for these “mature content” shows to be streamed on the same platform, however, at this time there hasn’t been any indication as to how the House of Mouse will get around its rules domestically.

Our best guess is that the Netflix Marvel shows will most likely appear on Hulu, which is majority-owned by Disney, sometime later this year, before Disney bosses find a way to reunite the Marvel series with the rest of their Marvel Cinematic Universe content on Disney+.

Until then, stay tuned for more updates!

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