Marvel Netflix Shows Land On Disney Plus: Everybody’s Coming Home

Written by Joy Lyn Parohinog Francisco

Marvel Netflix Shows On Disney Plus

Ready your welcome banners as Disney Plus officially brings everybody from the Marvel Netflix shows home!

Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, The Punisher, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. even Iron Fist and The Defenders all land on Disney Plus this March 16th.

If you were catching up or re-watching any of the series and their seasons in the past week, you just need a few nights’ sleep to pick up where you left off.

Michael Paull, Disney’s president of streaming announced that the previous Marvel Netflix shows coming home to Disney Plus is furthering the unification of Marvel’s brand. He says:

We have experienced great success with this on Disney Plus across our global markets and will continue that here in the US as well by offering our consumers not only great content, but also a set of features that help ensure a viewing experience most suitable for them and their family.

Marvel Netflix Shows Land On Disney Plus

Marvel Netflix Shows On Disney Plus

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This means that the streaming service will set certain features in the streaming service to address content concerns as well as kids safety-access features in the platform. This answers parents’ concerns as to the homecoming shows’ matured content and its effects on the streaming service in the US.

Ever since word got out that the Marvel shows on Netflix has their days numbered, people have talked about where they would go. Only a few entertained the idea that these heroes are about to be shelved for the time-being.

The discussion revolved around mostly on whether they would bring it into Disney Plus since existing Marvel series are there. Namely Loki, WandaVision, Hawkeye, What If..? and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Or would they bring it to Hulu due to the mature content that is not exactly fitting the streaming platform’s brand?

Marvel Netflix Shows Land On Disney Plus

Marvel Netflix Shows Land On Disney Plus Everybody's Coming Home

A good weight on having these characters into Disney Plus is the fact that King Pin was introduced in Hawkeye last December. Around the same time Matt Murdock was Spidey’s attorney in Spider-Man: No Way Home. If King Pin is in Hawkeye and King Pin equals Daredevil then the rest of The Defenders would naturally be there as well.

Hulu is there as an option should this step somehow not go as planned in the United States but the active generations of viewers are quite resilient now.

Perhaps due to these times where we are mostly working or have to stay home, we take responsibility for each other’s viewing content exposure and the parental controls and access features can help that.

The shows will also be available on Disney Plus in Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. They will be available in all other countries with Disney Plus streaming later this year.

Happy streaming!