You may not remember it because it seems like ages ago, but 4 or 5 years ago Netflix didn’t have as much content as it does now and was starting to take hold outside of the United States , also in Spain.
In the years 2017 and 2018, Netflix gained quite a few subscribers with the hook of its exclusive series… from Marvel. Now all of them are gone from the platform, and it’s unclear if they’ll ever be seen again.
Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher and Defenders They will stop broadcasting on Netflix on February 28. And the problem is that it is not known if they can be seen elsewhere…
All these series are Netflix originals, produced by the platform, so it could be thought that it has the broadcast rights.
But to broadcast them you need the rights of Marvel, because they are your characters, and those rights have expired. Since 2019 Marvel belongs to Disney, and is not willing to sell or renew rights to the competition.
On February 28 they will stop broadcasting on Netflix, but since they are series produced by it, it is not clear that they can be broadcast now on Disney+, or anywhere else.
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It is known that in the signed contract, the characters have to wait two years without broadcast to return on another platform. Those two years have passed for most series, so Disney+ could launch new seasons of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher, and Defenders.
Even so, for Disney it’s still a problem. The original series have a lot of violence and adult themes, and they don’t fit well on Disney+. At least in the United States, where the adult material is separated on Hulu. In Europe they are together on the same platform.