If you've thus far missed the giant Tara Reid-eating shark head wandering through Times Square this week, know that soon Midtown will be littered with lots and lots of SUPERHERO props. Governor Cuomo's struck a deal with Disney that'll bring filming for a multipart Marvel superhero series to the city—and the whole thing will be streamed on Netflix, because that's all we have now.

Cuomo and Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger officially announced the deal today, which offers Disney a substantial incentive package to film their four live-action superhero series, dubbed "The Defenders," in Manhattan. Each series will clock in at around 13 episodes, focusing on Marvel's "flawed heroes of Hell’s Kitchen,"—"Jessica Jones," "Luke Cage," "Iron Fist" and "Daredevil," Ben Affleck mercifully not included. Perhaps these Hell's Kitchen heroes will also fight bars.

Filming is set to begin this summer, and while this certainly isn't the first time New York has hosted a few superheroes, the multi-part series will mark the city's largest film or television production project commitment to date. It also marks a big game commitment on Netflix's part, since the original programming is expected to unfold over a number of years, and isn't even slated to air until 2015. Watch your back, Kabletown.