Netflix Marvel Series Landing On Disney Plus March 16

Marvel’s Netflix series like Jessica Jones and Daredevil are heading to Disney+ in the US on March 16 alongside Agents of SHIELD. The former was removed from Netflix recently. The release indicates that these Marvel series will also be available in all other Disney+ markets later this year. This means that fans who were upset or perhaps were just about to finally watch Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, The Punisher, and The Defenders will get another chance in a few weeks, hopefully forever. Marvel says this transition, which began quietly in early February, is intended to give “fans access to more of the Marvel collection in one place.”

“Disney+ is home to some of the industry’s most beloved brands, and the addition of these live shows brings together more of the Marvel brand in one place,” said Michael Poll, president of Disney Streaming. “We’ve had great success expanding our Disney+ content offering in our global markets.”

In addition, U.S. subscribers to the streaming service will be able to set parental controls, view “enhanced content ratings,” and block access with a PIN.

Elsewhere in the franchise, Marvel also announced a new collaboration with Epic Games’ Fortnite for an upcoming five-part comic book crossover titled Fortnite X Marvel: Zero War. The start of the series is scheduled for June this year.

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