Published: Fri, December 14, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Netflix's Marvel Shows Unlikely For Disney+ Until At Least 2020

Netflix's Marvel Shows Unlikely For Disney+ Until At Least 2020

Alongside Bernthal, Marvel's The Punisher Season 2 features fellow returning cast members Ben Barnes ("Billy Russo"), Amber Rose Revah ("Dinah Madani"), and Jason R. Moore ("Curtis Hoyle").

You're undoubtedly familiar with grim high school drama 13 Reasons Why, the second season of which ranks #3 on the list, and with prison dramedy Orange Is the New Black, the sixth season of which comes in at #10. All the events and characters in Marvel's Netflix shows exist within the same universe and are all connected in some way.

The video showcases a selection of Netflix's January releases, including The Punisher.

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From what we can tell, the series will premiere on the platform sometime in January. The release date wasn't announced until just before it dropped, which nearly made sense considering there wasn't anything to catch up on unless you wanted to watch the second season of Daredevil. There is some brief footage of Frank Castle, sitting in a auto with a map, looking moody. That means that if Disney had a mind to make a second season of The Defenders, it couldn't do it until 2021 at the earliest, assuming Disney cancels Jessica Jones next year and/or doesn't want to have a second season without her.

Marvel's initial deal with Netflix was announced October 2013, with their flagship show - Daredevil - debuting in April 2015. Netflix can't and won't remove the shows that already exist.

The only remaining shows in Netflix and Marvel's partnership are The Punisher and Jessica Jones, which is speculated to be ending due to Disney's upcoming streaming service releasing next year. We don't have a release date for the show yet, but it's good to know that the next dose of vigilante action will be with be us soon. This new information seems to confirm that Netflix had suspicions that Disney would one day try to make a move to integrate the characters elsewhere.

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