Marvel is a $18.5 billion film franchise and now it’ll have its own original shows on Disney+. A lot of original shows actually.
Here’s the lineup, announced on stage by Marvel Studios president, Kevin Feige at Disney’s Investor Day:
- “Wanda Vision” — This series will star Vision and Scarlet Witch (even though both were killed by Thanos in “Infinity War”). Feige didn’t explain what the show was about, but showed concept art of Vision and Scarlett dressed in black and white like the family from “Leave it to Beaver.”
- “Falcon & Winter Solider” — This will showcase two heroes who started as enemies and became friends (again, both were killed by Thanos). Feige said the series will be a “deeper dive” where fans will learn about these heroes.
- “Loki” — This series will star Tom Hiddleston as Thor’s brother, Loki. Feige didn’t say much about it other than it’ll have Loki’s trademark mischief (Loki was also killed by Thanos).
- “What If…” — This was Marvel’s most interesting show announcement: “What If…” will be an animated series that will wonder what life would’ve been like if things went a different way. For instance, Feige said that he first episode the show will ask what would have happened if Steve Rogers never became Captain America.
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