Netflix is finally releasing Marvel's street level hero TV series.
Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher and The Defenders, are all reportedly set to leave the streaming platform in March 1, 2022. Created exclusively for the streaming service, and executive produced by Jeph Loeb, Alan Fine, Stan Lee, Joe Quesada and Jim Chory , the shows focused on introducing new, more street level, Marvel superheroes who had not appeared on the big screen. Netflix eventually cancelled every series in February 2019, but continued to keep them on the platform.
All series then eventually united into an Avengers-esque crossover series titled The Defenders , and saw the new team of assembled heroes battling against the supervillain organization known as The Hand. The Punisher, however lent itself aa a spinoff from Daredevil.
However, there has been no word yet if any of the series would transition over to Disney+ or not. After all the tone in which intended for Netflix's more matured viewers does not quite mesh well with he likes of Disney's content. But fans would agree just like Spider-Man, it is time for these estranged heroes to come home, where they belong.