Marathon Weeks! Marvel series left Netflix at the end of the month

Deepak Gupta February 11, 2022
Updated 2022/02/11 at 8:05 PM

No more sweet! Or as the “cults” say, every carnival has its end. And the carnival of Netflix and Marvel (officially) ended. Are we surprised? No. It’s been four years since streaming platform does not produce any series or movies in the universe Marvel.

Netflix and Marvel started out beautiful…

But until the disneyout of the blue Marvelbegan work on creating his own streaming service. At series, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, The Defenders, Iron Fist and The Punisher, were canceled one by one, with little time between the release of their final seasons and the announcement of discontinuation (mostly within a month of each other). The last series released was Jessica Jonesin June 2019.

Rumors of the removal of all these series from the partnership between Netflix and Marvel started last week, when users of streaming platform noticed a marking that the productions would be available in the catalog by March 1st. Sources from both companies confirmed, on condition of anonymity, to The Verge the end of the exclusivity and contract between them. If you haven’t watched these series yet, run, do the marathon of your life. There are 17 days left for them to be removed and there is no certainty where they will go…

“Hello, can we leave your resume here?”

Daredevil’s Presence in Marvel Movie Indicated End of Partnership


The first indications that the Netflix would be approaching the end of his contract with the Marvel was the quick and special participation of Charlie Coxactor who played the demolisher (in Daredevil), in the movie Spider-Man: No Return Home and Vincent D’Onofrio, the Kingpin in the series Hawkeye, from Disney+. Another rumor says that the Marvel had to wait a period between the last production to start these participations. Now that the contract between the two will officially end, the Marvel You can use all the characters as you see fit. The productions of Netflix must go to Disney+ or Star+.


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