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Date Set for Marvel Series Including Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Punisher to Leave Netflix

Will Daredevil return to Hell’s Kitchen on Disney Plus? (Picture: Netflix)

The Marvel series released on Netflix, including Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Defenders and The Punisher, are going to be leaving the streaming platform very soon.

On top of that, their next home is yet to be revealed… so fans should watch the episodes while they can before the announcement is made.

In November 2020, the film and TV rights to Daredevil reverted back to Marvel Studios from Netflix, with the rights to The Punisher following just a few months later.

The same also went for Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, with each show given the axe by Netflix.

While it’s been a long time since Marvel Studios gained control back of the properties, it has now been revealed that the shows will be disappearing from the site on March 1.

At the moment, if viewers try to watch any of the aforementioned superhero programmes on Netflix, a message quickly appears that reads: ‘This show is available until 1st March.’

The superheroes teamed up in The Defenders (Picture: Jessica Miglio/Netflix)

Considering the confirmation of Charlie’s return as Daredevil in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by Kevin Feige last year, including the actor’s recent cameo in a certain record-breaking film, fans can rest assured that Matt Murdock will be back to fight crime in New York.

As for the rest of the characters, their futures are currently more uncertain.

Jon Bernthal was a huge hit with his portrayal of Punisher (Picture: Nicole Rivelli/Netflix)

Nonetheless, even if the respective shows aren’t renewed, Marvel fans are undoubtedly hoping that they’ll be able to watch the series on Disney Plus, the home of the rest of the MCU’s content.

We’ll just have to wait and see if an announcement is made.

Spoilers ahead for Spider-Man: No Way Home. recently caught up with Charlie Cox as he opened up about his cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home, in a scene where he provides Peter Parker (Tom Holland) with legal advice.

Charlie revealed that after he was cast, he messaged his old friend Andrew Garfield to break the news that they were going to be in the film together, with the pair going out for lunch in Atlanta.

However, when they were in the restaurant, they realised that if they were spotted together, it could result in their returns as Daredevil and Spider-Man being spoiled for fans.

More: Netflix

‘When we were in the restaurant, it suddenly occurred to us that if we were photographed together in the restaurant in Atlanta… not a good look. Not a good look for our promise to keep it secret,’ Charlie said.

‘So we actually both sat facing a wall, which is quite funny,’ he remembered, as he chuckled over the memory.

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