Netflix's upcoming series, "The Defenders," is considered to be a highly experimental move for the streaming company. Taking after the footsteps of superhero movies that team-up different superheroes, specifically "Justice League," Netflix's "The Defenders" puts four superheroes in one series, fighting for one goal - to protect New York City from evil forces.

The upcoming series is expected to have a bit of comedy in its episodes, as it tackles the individual differences of the superheroes involved - Matt Murdock also known as Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist.

Although the said superheroes are good individuals in their own right, teaming them up with fellow superheroes might prove to be a problem.

Considering that they have their own superpowers, Matt Murdock, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage handle their enemies differently. That said, their approaches to dealing with enemies are expected to vary as well. Their differences are expected to be a source of conflict in "The Defenders."

Superheroes, not superfriends

According to Entertainment Weekly, "The Defenders" spoilers reveal that the four superheroes in the series will actually be quite a handful as they deal with each other's differences. Although they have one common goal to protect New York City and its inhabitants from evil forces, they will find each other constantly bickering and getting into arguments in terms of how to deal with the enemies.

However, amid the bickering and the disagreements, the four superheroes eventually agree to put their differences aside to successfully save the Big Apple from being overcome by the enemies lurking around. "The Defenders" will put a twist to teamwork and will end up working together reluctantly as four majorly different personalities to win over a major crisis or threat in New York City.

Reluctant team players

Looking at their different backgrounds and superhero point of origin, the four superheroes have a common denominator - they are all orphans and they have been struggling in finding and accepting their true identity. Matt Murdock, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage were the characters handpicked by Marvel to be part of Netflix's upcoming series.

Eventually, the role that each vigilante will play in "The Defenders" will balance off each other's strengths and weaknesses. According to Entertainment Weekly, Charlie Cox revealed that Daredevil will be a bit meek in "The Defenders" since he is still moving on from Elektra's demise. Luke Cage will reportedly be the most mature decision-maker of the team, while Iron Fist will act as the glue that will keep the four superheroes together. "The Defenders" will premiere on Netflix on August 18, 2017.