The Defenders: The Last Stand premieres in theaters on March 9.
Here are the top five ways to watch it online.1.
Watch via Netflix and Hulu.
If you’re an avid Netflix and/or Hulu subscriber, this is the way to go.
Netflix’s library of Marvel shows is massive, with shows like Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Daredevil: Season 1 and Daredevil Season 2.
Hulu is another option for a wide selection of Netflix- and Hulu-exclusive shows.
Hulu also offers the free and ad-free versions of its service, so you don’t have to pay for those separately.2.
Watch on a Roku.
While you won’t need a streaming box for The Defenders, the Roku Streaming Stick is a solid option.
This device is a big step up from the basic Roku Stick, which is a tiny box with no HDMI inputs and no remote.
It’s also smaller than the original Roku Stick (though that’s not necessarily a bad thing).
The Roku Stick is also designed to work with a variety of devices, including Roku TV, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.3.
Watch it on the desktop.
The Defenders is a much more complex show than its predecessor, so I’d recommend watching it on a desktop.
On my Windows 10 PC, I’ve opted to watch the show on a Chrome browser and Chrome Remote Desktop.
If the show is still running on your TV, you can watch it from the Chrome remote app or via Chromecast.4.
Watch in full screen.
If that’s too difficult, there’s also the option to watch in fullscreen.
This is a pretty big step for Netflix, as it’s a big chunk of its catalog of shows.
You can stream the whole thing from your browser.
If your TV doesn’t support fullscreen, the app can display the entirety of the episode on your desktop or TV.
If it doesn’t, it’ll show the entire episode in full-screen mode.5.
Watch with Chromecast support.
If Chromecast is your favorite streaming service, you’ll probably want to stream the show via the app on your Chromecast-connected TV.
Just make sure you’re using a Chromecast that’s compatible with the TV’s HDMI input, and that the app is set to accept the Chromecast’s native apps.
If none of that’s the case, you may need to adjust your app’s preferences to enable Chromecast input.