Where to watch The Defenders online in Australia

Matt Sayer 2 June 2017

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What's better than one Netflix superhero show? How about all four packed into one super-powered miniseries? Here's where and when you'll be able to watch The Defenders online.

Justice League. The Avengers. Suicide Squad. Superhero supergroups are all the rage these days and their popularity isn't limited to Hollywood. After seeing tremendous success with its Marvel series Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, Netflix is getting in on the action too, uniting all four heroes in the eight-part miniseries The Defenders. Having been in development since before Daredevil started shooting back in 2013, The Defenders is Netflix's most ambitious project yet and is intended to act as a bridge between the individual shows' current seasons and their next ones.

Picking up a few months after the end of Daredevil season two, The Defenders tasks the four New York heroes with defending their city from the one enemy none of them have been able to defeat: The Hand.

Releasing: August 18th, 2017

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