Today, Disney has announced that the Marvel shows that originally aired on Netflix will be made available to stream on Disney+ this month. Additionally, the ABC series Agents of SHIELD will also be added to the streaming platform.
Disney+ will add all of the Netflix live-action Marvel shows on March 16. The shows are Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, The Punisher, and The Defenders. Agents of SHIELD will also be added on the same day. This move will make Disney+ the main streaming service to watch almost all of Marvel's live-action titles. .
With Daredevil and other Marvel shows from Netflix being mature-rated, Disney+ will also launch new parental controls in order to prevent their children from watching dark scenes and themes found across these Marvel shows.
This collection of Marvel shows will be available to stream on Disney+ in the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Disney promises that these titles will be added to other Disney+ regions later this year.
This news isn't surprising as it was previously reported that the Marvel shows on Netflix will be leaving Netflix in March, and it was confirmed that these shows will be moving to Disney+ Canada, but now, Disney has made it official, confirming that they will also be moved to the territories mentioned above.
Now, fans are wondering if Disney and Marvel Studios have any plans to develop a new season or reboot of Daredevil and/or any other Marvel shows that originally aired on Netflix. Daredevil star Charlie Cox also confirmed that "there will be something else". You can read more details about the potential Daredevil Season 4 here.