Now that you”ve binged Luke Cage, you”re probably wondering when you can get your next Marvel fix on Netflix.
The streaming platform has one more hero to introduce in the lead-up to The Defenders, which will bring together Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. Meanwhile, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is also expanding on both broadcast and cable television.
Here is a complete current list of shows that take place in the MCU coming to the small screen:
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC) – Currently in its fourth season, which introduced Ghost Rider
Cloak and Dagger (Freeform) – Greenlit with a straight-to-series order
Iron Fist (Netflix) – Season 1 premiering sometime in 2017
The Defenders (Netflix) – Season 1 premiering sometime in 2017
Daredevil (Netflix) – Renewed for a third season
Jessica Jones (Netflix) – Renewed for a second season
Punisher (Netflix) – Picked up for one season
Damage Control (ABC) – In development with a put pilot order
None of the upcoming Netflix seasons have premiere dates yet, but thus far Netflix has been releasing two Marvel seasons per year, one in the spring and one in the fall, so that may place the next installment of Daredevil and Jessica Jones in 2018.
Outside the MCU, there are a couple announced in-development live-action series based on Marvel comics: Fox made a put pilot commitment to an untitled X-Men series produced by Bryan Singer and Burn Notice creator Matt Nix. And Hulu is working on a series based on Brian K. Vaughan”s Runaways.