'The Defenders'

A few months ago, Netflix suffered a severe blow to its catalog by losing the series it had developed with Marvel, and which had given rise to its own “cinematic universe” within the streaming platform. ‘Daredevil’ laid the first stone, and then ‘Jessica Jones’, ‘Luke Cage’, ‘Iron Fist’ and ‘The Punisher’ were added. They even had their own meeting in the miniseries ‘The Defenders’.

All these series did not stay in limbo for a long time, since Disney + welcomed them, in the United States, last March along with ‘Agents of SHIELD’, the closest to the UCM but which ended up being discarded from the canon (and which It was already in the Disney + Spain catalog for a long time). In Spain we still did not know when the Defenders series would arrive, but finally the streaming platform has announced that we will be able to see Jessica Jones and the others on Disney + from June 29.

As they are series with more violent content than those of the UCM, Disney + remembers that parents can set a parental control so that they do not appear on their children’s profiles if they do not meet the recommended age.

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With the arrival of the Marvel-Netflix series, Disney continues to recover all the titles related to the characters of the House of Ideas. Although some have already made their first steps in the main franchise. Charlie Cox snuck into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home,’ and the Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio) has also snuck into the main Marvel franchise in ‘Hawkeye.’

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