The Marvel Cinematic Universe has grown to become the most successful movie franchise in Hollywood history, and the only reason it's gotten as big as it has is due to the plethora of amazing characters that make up the movies.
The MCU began with Iron Man but has since expanded to include hundreds of characters pulled from the comics, or created new for the universe. The silver screen is the primary home of the MCU, but it also exists on the small screen, thanks to shows like Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, and the now-canceled series that ran on Netflix for a few years.
Unfortunately, those series were canceled for a variety of reasons, but there is hope that Daredevil, the Punisher, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Jessica Jones may soon find their way over to the MCU, and that could mean appearances in movies or a revival of their television series on Disney+.
It's impossible to say exactly how these characters or their series may end up returning to the MCU, but what is known is that the rights to feature them will revert back to Disney by the end of 2020.
That means there's a good chance these street-level superheroes will make a comeback, or enter into the MCU proper.
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