Netflix’s popular Marvel shows like Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Punisher, and yes even Iron Fist will all be leaving the streaming giant at the end of the month.
News of the pending removal surfaced earlier today at What’s on Netflix, as viewers noticed flags on the shows in the Netflix app. Spokespeople for Netflix and Disney who declined to be named publicly have confirmed to The Verge that Netflix’s license ends February 28th.
Polygon points out that this shift is coming just after a few characters from the Netflix shows popped up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Charlie Cox brought his Daredevil character into Spider-Man: No Way Home, while Vincent D’Onofrio played Kingpin in the Hawkeye show on Disney Plus.
It is currently unclear when these shows will be available through Disney’s streaming services, and if they will be made available on Disney+, with the company’s other Marvel content, or on Hulu.
However, as mentioned above, the Netflix characters (probably not Iron Fist) will be peppered throughout the upcoming MCU Disney+ shows and upcoming films.