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Netflix's Marvel live-action shows are going home...to Disney+

By Aaron Yip - on 9 Mar 2022, 7:48pm

Netflix's Marvel live-action shows are going home...to Disney+

Netflix has left its Marvel's live-action series – Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher, just to name a few – in limbo ever since Disney went full head-on competitor mode with them when it launched its own streaming platform, Disney+. These shows have since left Netflix earlier this month.

While it has never officially linked Netflix's Marvel universe to its own, seeing the original actor Charlie Cox reliving his Matt Murdock role in Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Vincent D'onofrio's Kingpin in Hawkeye's live-action series, gave hope to fans that their favourite Defenders will be coming back home to Disney.

Well, come March 16 fans in Singapore will once again be able to view these shows as well as Luke CageIron Fist, and The Defenders on Disney+. It's also a safe bet that we will also very likely get to see them in being a part of Marvel's Phase 4 or 5 plans.

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