Disney+: Netflix loses 6 popular series

Deepak Gupta February 14, 2022
Updated 2022/02/14 at 5:27 PM

Various series have been launched on Netflix over the past few years – some more successful, some less successful. Sometimes there were a few of the first kind Marvel series. The streaming service now has to say goodbye to some. The corresponding license agreements with Disney are expiring. If you still want to see them, you have to hurry.

Marvel series are disappearing from Netflix

Marvel series have complemented the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) for years. Some fill in the gaps between films, while others serve as prequels for acclaimed superheroes before they make it to the big screen. An example of this is “Daredevil”. We first met Charlie Cox as attorney Matt Murdock in Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). What is only hinted at in the film has been clear to fans of the comic books and the series based on it for some time: Murdock is none other than the superhero character Daredevil.

The stories that you have been able to follow on Netflix so far also build on each other. So “Daredevil” is just one of four series that ultimately led to the crossover series “The Defenders”. They all disappear on March 1, 2022 from the service and likely going “home” to Disney+.

According to the industry magazine What’s on Netflix, you will then have to do without the following titles:

  • “Daredevil”
  • “Luke Cage”
  • “Jessica Jones”
  • “Iron Fists”
  • “punishers”
  • “The Defenders”

Why are the series disappearing?

As early as 2018, Disney CEO Bob Iger made it clear that Disney wanted to bring back its films and series. The group also intends to refrain from license agreements like those that gave Netflix the Marvel series in the future.

“Not only are we committed to bringing the product to market and making it a long-term success. It has to be the go-to place for all Disney products, and that means we have to move away from having our products available in places other than our linear channels.”

Bob Iger (via Fierce Video)

With the series, a total of more than 160 episodes will disappear from the popular streaming service. They were published over a period of many years. At Disney+, on the other hand, a new Marvel series awaits you soon. “Moon Night” starts on March 30th. In addition, we tell you in which order you should watch the Marvel films until 2022.

Source: What’s on Netflix; Fierce video

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