Marvel and Netflix have joined forces to create an epic superhero series that will bring some of the most beloved characters from the Marvel universe to the small screen. The collaboration between the two companies will bring a new level of excitement to fans of both Marvel and Netflix.
The series will feature some of the most iconic characters from the Marvel universe, including Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. Each of these characters will have their own individual series, which will be released on Netflix. The series will be set in the same universe as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and will feature some of the same characters and storylines.
The series will be produced by Marvel Television and ABC Studios, and will be written and executive produced by showrunner and executive producer, Jeph Loeb. Loeb is a veteran of the Marvel universe, having written for both the comics and the movies. He is also the executive producer of the hit Marvel series, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The series will be set in the gritty and crime-ridden streets of Hell’s Kitchen, New York. It will follow the lives of the four superheroes as they battle crime and corruption in the city. The series will also feature some of the most iconic villains from the Marvel universe, including Kingpin, Bullseye, and Elektra.
The series will be available to stream on Netflix in 2016. This is an exciting development for fans of both Marvel and Netflix, as it will bring some of the most beloved characters from the Marvel universe to the small screen. It will also be a great way for fans to experience the Marvel universe in a new way.
The collaboration between Marvel and Netflix is sure to be a hit with fans of both companies. It will bring some of the most beloved characters from the Marvel universe to the small screen, and will be a great way for fans to experience the Marvel universe in a new way.
On Tuesday, August 8th, 2017, the internet was abuzz with news that Marvel and Netflix were teaming up to create an exciting and highly-anticipated series of superhero shows.
The series, which will be based on characters from the Marvel universe, is expected to include Season Two of the hugely successful Daredevil series, as well as Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones, all set to debut on the streaming service at some point in 2017/2018.
This is a major coup for Marvel, who have seen their films gross over $17 billion dollars at the worldwide box office and dominate the superhero genre. Under the deal, Marvel will produce and develop four thirteen episode series, as well as a miniseries event for Netflix Inc.
The series will offer viewers a unique insight into the characters and stories of these legendary superheroes, with the added bonus of watching them all unfold within the same universe. It promises to be a television event that comic book fans have been waiting for.
Netflix is riding high on the success of their recent Marvel ventures, and this deal only strengthens their position as the place to go to get the best comic book inspired content.
What this partnership means for Marvel and Netflix alike is huge; for Marvel, its the opportunity to make their beloved characters even more widely available to the public, whilst for Netflix, it gives them another way to keep their subscribers captivated.
The Marvel/Netflix union is likely only the first of many partnerships between the two, with both companies promising to deliver series of “epic and unparalleled” proportions.