Last week, it was reported that come March, all of Netflix’s Marvel TV shows will be leaving the platform. For those who haven’t seen it or would like to rewatch it and are wondering where those shows will be going, don’t worry because it looks like they’ll simply be switching homes.
According to a report from MobileSyrup, it appears that Netflix’s Marvel TV shows will not be disappearing off the face of the earth and will instead be moving homes to none other than Disney+. We can’t say we’re too surprised given that Disney owns Marvel, so Disney+ seems like the perfect fit.
This is expected to take place on the 16th of March, but keep in mind that at the moment, it seems that it will only be available to Disney+ subscribers in Canada. We expect that Disney will eventually make it available to other users around the world who are similarly subscribed to Disney+, but for now, it will be only available in Canada.
We’re not sure if Disney has plans to maybe revive the TV series. It has already been confirmed that characters such as Daredevil and Kingpin are part of the MCU, having appeared in some of Marvel’s newer movies and TV shows, so maybe Disney does have plans for those characters, but we’ll just have to wait and see.
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