Warnings of the shows’ imminent departure have started appearing on Netflix, and Polygonreports that rights to the series now belong to Disney. There’s still no word on whether they’ll pop up another streaming service.
Here are all the Marvel TV shows leaving Netflix on March 1.
The first Netflix MCU show set things off on the right foot. Daredevil flexed its cinematic muscle with spectacular set-pieces while its cast put on star performances led by Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio. The show’s version of Daredevil and Kingpin have also appeared in other Marvel offerings, giving it a solid place in MCU canon.
5. Jessica Jones
Jessica Jones’ first season aired just months after Daredevil Season 1, and itmay be the best part of the Marvel TV continuity yet. As Jones (Krysten Ritter) faces off against the sadistic Kilgrave (David Tennant), the show uses its crime procedural setup to explore trauma and recovery.
4. Luke Cage
Like Jessica Jones before it, Luke Cage begins on an incredibly high note before losing its way. The show’s first story arc brings its version of Harlem to life as Cage (Mike Colter) and criminal mastermind Cottonmouth (Mahershala Ali) struggle over the neighborhood’s future.
3. Iron Fist
Marvel’s TV shows hit a bit of a low point with Iron Fist. On top of the obvious problems with its white savior complex, the show was largely considered uninspired, despite an improved second season. Marvel fans with a soft spot for martial arts would do better to check out Shang-Chi.
2. The Defenders
Like a small-screen Avengers, The Defenders brings the heroes of Netflix’s Marvel shows together for a classic superhero team-up. And while it lacks the world-shaking gravity of The Avengers, its characters shine when they get a chance to play off each other.
1. The Punisher
As a character, The Punisher is tarnished by fans who think bloody, soul-crushing vengeance quests are actually a good thing. The Punisher series — the last Marvel Netflix show to date — grapples with its hero’s legacy by delving into grief and the cost of violence.