The final two of the live-action TV rights once held by Netflix are now null and void.

Marvel has taken back all of its most popular TV properties from Netflix, with 'The Punisher' and 'Jessica Jones' finally dropping back into its lap.

The news marks two years since the multi-year deal with Netflix and Marvel broke down, with the streaming service cancelling all of its Marvel properties one after the other. 'Luke Cage and 'Iron Fist' were the first to go, with 'Daredevil' following suit shortly after.

At the time, however, the third season of 'Jessica Jones' was yet to be released. Similarly, the second season of 'The Punisher' has just aired on the service.

Now that all of these properties are firmly under the Marvel banner once again, we're sceptical whether they'll ever make their way onto Disney+. Not in the immediate future, at least.

All five of the superheroes solo outings will stay firmly with Netflix, as they hold the exclusive live-action rights for these series.

However, 'The Defenders', which only lasted one season on Netflix (and was also pretty painful to watch), is not exclusive to the streamer. Perhaps we could see a new version of this TV series on Disney+ in the future?

If that ever happens, it's probably quite far down the pecking order. Right now, the Marvel hub on Disney+ is focussed solely on the bigger names for their TV series.

'WandaVision' has proved that following two of the lesser-known MCU heroes from the 'Avengers' movies can reap incredible rewards. After the final two episodes of the series air, we'll be getting 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' in March, followed by 'Loki' in May. Here's a full rundown of each MCU series arriving this year.

A couple of things to note - 'Daredevil' actor Charlie Cox was reportedly seen on the set of Tom Holland's next 'Spider-Man' film. Given that there's supposed to be a multiverse crossover expected in the film (which Holland has denied), maybe fans believe Daredevil will be making an appearance. Chances are that he might be playing someone completely different.

Jon Bernthal, who played The Punisher in the Netflix series, is also believed to be in talks for a reboot series.