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Marvel’s Former Netflix Shows Bring the Pain to Disney+ Today

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The TV-streaming-license shuffle can hit you as fast as a front-flip heel kick — especially where Marvel’s adult-oriented Netflix superhero series are concerned. Disney+ announced earlier this month that it would move superhero shows including Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage to Disney+ today, March 16, after some confusion as to where they’d wind up once Netflix’s license expired at the end of February. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the sometimes brilliant black sheep of this franchise, is also along for the ride.

Accompanying the incoming titles is a suite of new parental-control options tailored to shield your babies’ impressionable eyes from those shows’ vigilante activities — like Daredevil’s intricately choreographed fight scenes, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage’s bed-destroying antics, or Iron Fist’s white-savior fantasies. The new parental controls allow guardians to lock profiles with a PIN or restrict titles by content rating. If you login today, you may get a prompt to adjust settings, or you may have to double-check them afterward to make sure you can access TV-MA titles, but either way longtime fans who have Disney+ can rejoice as more of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s titles will sit together (“canon” or whatever) under the same pixelated streaming roof. None of the titles, for those curious, have the opening Netflix card on them. Let the windpipe-crunching celebrations begin!

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Here’s a list of every Marvel show newly available to watch on Disney+:

Jessica Jones
Luke Cage
Iron Fist
The Defenders
The Punisher
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Marvel’s Old Netflix Shows Bring the Pain to Disney+ Today