Where to watch Iron Fist online in Australia

Matt Sayer 2 June 2017 NEWS


As the latest Marvel hero to receive the Netflix treatment, Iron Fist leans heavily on the martial arts side of the superhero story. Here's where you can watch the show in Australia.

The iPhone. HD TVs. Facebook. Danny Rand has never seen or heard of any of these things. For the last fifteen years, the sole heir to the billion-dollar Rand Enterprises fortune lived a quiet life in the mystical city of K'un-Lun, raised by the monks who rescued him from the deadly plane crash that killed his parents. But while he might not have had a smartphone and social media to pass the time during his involuntary vacation, Rand had plenty of other things to keep him occupied. From sunrise to sunset, the monks of the Order of the Crane Mother trained him in the mysterious art of the Iron Fist.

For all the power the Iron Fist granted him, Rand couldn't help but feel unfulfilled by his role amongst the monks. Sure, guarding the gate to K'un-Lun from those who would cause it harm was important work, but it wouldn't provide him with the answers he so desperately sought. What had happened to his parents? Why had he alone survived the plane crash? Had the crash really been an accident or were there more sinister motives at play?

Determined to learn the truth, Rand leaves K'un-Lun for America. With the power of the Iron Fist behind him, Rand returns to a world that's spent the last fifteen years assuming he was dead. And when he finds those responsible for his parents' deaths, he's going to make them wish he really was.

Season One

Danny Rand might know how to fight, but navigating the modern world is a whole different story. For that, he's going to need some help. Unfortunately, walking barefoot into the offices of Rand Enterprises and announcing his triumphant return isn't exactly the best way to make friends. Before Rand can begin his search into the truth of what happened fifteen years ago, he's going to have to convince the world he's really who he says he is. Not everyone stands to benefit from the return of Danny Rand, though, and there are some who will go to any lengths to silence him once and for all.

Where can I watch Iron Fist?

Having just been released this past March, Iron Fist is currently only available through Netflix. Other viewing options such as downloading the show through iTunes or Google Play will likely become available within the next 12 months.

  • Release date: March 17th, 2017
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