How and where to see Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher and the urban heroes Marvel

How and where to see Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher and the urban heroes Marvel

How and where to see Daredevil

Before the arrival of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series, the heroes of the House of Ideas had been the protagonists of productions born as a collaboration between Marvel Studios and Netflix, which had turned to the so-called urban heroes, the Marvelian superheroes who lived their own adventures in the alleys dark and infamous of the Big Apple. Despite a good success, these Netflix series have never been included in the canon of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, remaining in the catalog of the streaming service of Reed Hastings. Unless until recently, when the urban heroes disappeared from the Netflix schedule. How and where to see Daredevil, Jessica Jones and The Punisher?

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How and where to see Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher and the Marvel urban heroes series

From Netflix to Disney + Marvel urban heroes series How and where to see Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher and Marvel urban heroes series

From Netflix to Disney Plus

This disappearance goes specified, it makes sense. The series, in fact, have not completely disappeared, but we are witnessing a passage of the platform, considering that soon we could review the Cornetto and companions protecting the citizens of New York on nothing less than on Disney +. In fact, starting from June 29th, the streaming service of the entertainment giant will offer its subscribers the opportunity to review the series dedicated to Marvel's urban heroes.

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As mentioned, at the moment only Charlie Cox's Daredevil and his historical nemesis have been introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, although there has been no news of their future appearances.

Marvel urban heroes series

It will then be possible to see Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Punisher and the other Marvel urban heroes series on Disney Plus from June 29th. Although the three characters mentioned are the most anticipated, we cannot forget that linked to these series were also productions dedicated to other Marvel characters, who were also the protagonists of a team up series that brought one of the most famous superhero formations to the small screen. of the comic book Marvel Universe, the Defenders.


Jessica Jones

Luke Cage

The ex-convict Luke Cage (Mike Colter) returns to his Harlem neighborhood, hoping to be able to build a new existence. During his detention, the result of a blatant judicial error, Luke was subjected to experiments that have endowed him with indestructible skin and prodigious strength, which he would like to put at the service of his community. When unclean situations begin to appear in the neighborhood, Luke feels directly involved, choosing to take the field, even at the cost of dealing with old wounds.

Iron Fist

Danny Rand (Finn ones) he is the heir of a wealthy industrial family who died as a child during a trip with his family. He survived the tragedy and welcomed by the monks of the remote monastery of K'un-L'un, where he is trained in martial arts and raised to acquire the mystical powers that make him the Steel Fist. Back as an adult in New York, he embarks on a personal battle to regain possession of the family business, while at the same time clashing with a mysterious criminal organization that has infiltrated the New York underworld, with decidedly dangerous ends


Former marine Fran Castle (Jon Bernthal), after losing his wife and child in a criminal shootout, embarks on his own personal crusade against the underworld. Appearing in the second season of Daredevil, he is initially an ideological opponent of the Guardian Devil, seemingly taking his revenge and ending his own mission. In the series dedicated to him, Castle, after having vainly tried to rebuild a life with the identity of Pete Castiglione, is tracked down by a former CIA agent, Davide Lieberman, who reveals the truth about the death of his loved ones, proposing that he join forces for sell out.


Set after the second season of Daredevil and after the premiere of Iron Fist, The Defenders is a miniseries in which Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist are forced to work together to prevent the powerful and mysterious criminal organization known as the Hand from taking control of New York. Despite an initial difficulty in collaborating, the four heroes will manage to find common ground, becoming a team.

How and where to see Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher and the Marvel urban heroes series

The urban heroes series, although born through a collaboration with Netflix, are now no longer available in the catalog of Reed Hastings' streaming service. As announced in recent days, starting from 29 June they will be available to subscribers of Disney +, which will therefore welcome urban heroes in its serial offer dedicated to the world of superheroes of the House of Ideas. As already stated, this arrival on Disney + is not synonymous with canonization within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, considering that the series in question are disconnected from the continuity of the franchise.

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