Disney and Marvel are hoping you aren't getting sick of superheroes . . . because they've announced that they're developing four new, live-action TV shows for Netflix, which will start being released in 2015.
The superheroes Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage will each get their own 13-episode show.
Then, all their storylines will be tied together in a Netflix miniseries called "The Defenders", which will, quote, "reimagine a dream team of self-sacrificing, heroic characters."
In other words, it'll be a little like "The Avengers", which brought together plot threads from five previous Marvel films. There's no casting information for the new shows yet.
I hope this works, and I hope we get even more Marvel characters in these type of shows. I'd love to see Kate Bishop and Carol Danvers in "real life."