Exciting news for Miraculous fans as Netflix prepares to add another season of the popular show along with a special movie to its lineup in March 2024. Despite the show’s complex streaming rights, fans in the United States can look forward to a new season and special hitting the platform soon, as per a What’s on Netflix report.

Miraculous Season 4: Netflix Release Date

Netflix users were recently delighted to discover a notification within the app announcing the arrival of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir season 4 on March 12. While Netflix refers to this as season 6 due to its unique labeling system, fans can expect to enjoy all 26 episodes originally aired between April 2021 and March 2022, the report said.

Where to Stream Miraculous?

The streaming rights for Miraculous have been a convoluted affair, with Disney+ currently holding all five seasons in the US. However, in January 2023, Mediawan Kids & Family announced the acquisition of seasons 6 and 7 by Disney Branded Television, which includes three one-hour specials. Despite this, Netflix has secured the rights to stream season 4 in the US.

Miraculous World: New York, United Heroez

Alongside season 4, Netflix US will also be streaming the 2020 special, Miraculous World: New York, United Heroez. The special follows Ladybug and Cat Noir as they team up with American superheroes to stop Hawk Moth from stealing an ancient necklace holding untold powers. The special is set to debut on March 12.


Will Miraculous Season 4 be available on Netflix worldwide in March 2024?
No, availability varies by region. In the US, season 4 arrives on March 12. Other regions should check local listings.

Why is Miraculous Season 4 referred to as Season 6 on Netflix?
Netflix has labeled Miraculous seasons differently, with Season 4 being referred to as Season 6 due to the way they split seasons 2 and 3 into two halves.

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