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Iron Fist Punches His Way Into Your Netflix Queue In March Next Year

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In addition to the Netflix Iron Fist release date, we’ve also got a look at the first set photo for the series.

There’s a lot going on right now for fans of Netflix different Marvel series. Luke Cage dropped this past Friday, September 30th (apparently taking down the Netflix servers as everyone logged in to enjoy some Cage-y action), the Punisher Netflix series has started filming, and we now know the Netflix Iron Fist series release date and even have been provided a look at the first on-set photo.

When is the Netflix Iron Fist Series Release Date?

March 17th, 2017. As with all Netflix series, it drops at 12:01 AM on the 17th, so make sure to stock up on energy drinks or coffee.

The First On-Set Photo From the Netflix Iron Fist Series

Netflix Iron Fist series set photo

Photo: Myles Aronowitz, Netflix

In the interest of preserving the mystery at least a little longer, the first photo is of actor Finn Jones as Daniel Rand, not yet in the Iron Fist costume. He is, however, in fine Iron Fist form, laying the smack down on some poor unfortunate sap.

If that’s not enough Iron Fist for you, you likely won’t have to wait long for more. Iron Fist showrunner Scott Buck and the cast are expected to be in attendance at New York Comic-Con this week, and with a release date set for roughly six months out, there’s a good chance we’ll be seeing / hearing more soon.

Iron Fist’s Place in the Netflix Lineup

The Iron Fist series is the last single character series to debut before Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage and Iron Fist all team up for The Defenders, which is expected to debut later in 2017. You know, one thing that can be said about Netflix is that they don’t mess around. Since dropping the first season of Daredevil in April of 2015, we’ve seen the first season of Jessica Jones, the second season of Daredevil, and the first season of Luke Cage. Here’s to hoping they keep announcing series for the different characters well into the future. Maybe we’ll finally get that rumored Moon Knight or Ghost Rider Netflix series.

Featured Image: Courtesy of Marvel Comics

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