Daredevil and Other MCU Shows Are Being Removed From Netflix

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Netflix was off to a flying start with its Marvel shows, ushering in a new side to Marvel. But seven years after Daredevil first landed, it's been confirmed that these MCU titles will soon leave the platform.

If you head over to Netflix, a message pops up showing that these Marvel series will be available for a limited time (thanks, Total Film). The same message appears for briefly for all of Marvel's original Netflix content:

This show is available until 1st March.

Daredevil and Other MCU Shows Are Being Removed From Netflix

Daredevil catapulted Marvel on Netflix by bringing a more bloody take to the MCU. Jessica Jones immediately followed with a unique, neo-noir tale. While Iron Fist and Luke Cage soon came to fruition and offered contrasting sides to New York City.

The Defenders are in an elevator and include Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage.

The team did eventually assemble to form a mini-Avengers through The Defenders, continuing Marvel's more mature take on the small screen. And while the shows carried on individually thereafter, Jon Bernthal did reprise his role as The Punisher in the antihero's own series.


There's no word on where this content is heading. But given Daredevil's reappearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home and Kingpin's showcase in Hawkeye, it's likely that Disney wants all of their properties under one roof.

Foggy, Matt, and Karen sit near a desk.

All of the shows will probably head to Hulu as it's a Disney commodity. For audiences outside America and other states, Star is Disney+'s R-rated segment of the streaming service so all of the titles could head there too. We'll update this story as it develops.