Disney+ will add Marvel series to its catalog that until now belonged to Netflix

Netflix has removed Marvel series from its catalog and, surprisingly, Disney+ is recovering them, but the series won’t be available worldwide at the same time.

Some Marvel series available on Netflix left the platform’s catalog on March 1. Therefore it is no longer possible to watch Dardville, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders, The Punisher and Agents of Shield through Netflix.

Arrival in certain countries only

But these series don’t disappear entirely because they will return to the hands of Disney, which owns the Marvel franchise. They will be available on Disney+, along with other series from the superhero universe.

Actually, this series will be available on Disney + from March 16 but in limited countries. On this date, they will arrive in Australia, Canada, the United States, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom according to Fears. Other regions don’t have a schedule yet, so you’ll have to wait a bit longer to be able to watch all the Marvel series right from your couch.

In parallel with this arrival, Disney+ will also update its parental controls and users will have to update their settings, but that only concerns the United States. It will be possible to choose an age limit for each profile in addition to the possibility to add pin codes to different profiles.

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