What’s Coming to Disney+?


Ryan Jayne

New Marvel shows coming to the Disney+ service.

Ryan Jayne, Staff Writer



During Comic-Con in July, Marvel Studios revealed many different projects, including their plans for a couple of new Disney+ shows. Their first reveals presented shows that have supposed ties to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 


One of those shows includes “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” featuring traditional MCU actors Anthony Mackie (The Falcon) and Sebastian Stan (Winter Soldier). This show will take place after the events of Avengers: Endgame, in which The Falcon was given the role of the new Captain America. Filming begins in October of this year, and the show will debut in late 2020.


“WandaVision” is another one of the shows, featuring Paul Bettany as Vision and Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch once again. The plot follows Avengers: Endgame and leads up to a future movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Whether or not this show will reveal some of the plot of the movie is unsure. This is an exciting edition for Marvel fans, as the movies have not really touched on the relationship between the two characters. Filming will begin this year, yet the show will debut in 2021.


“Loki” is going to feature Tom Hiddleston once again, and the show will follow the past version of Loki who stole the Space Stone in Avengers: Endgame. Production will start in 2020 and the show will debut in early 2021. 


Comic-Con also revealed a show based off of Hawkeye, with actor Jeremy Renner returning to his role. Another show revealed was “What If…?,” which is an animated series that is going to show what would’ve happened if certain events went down, such as Loki wielding Mjolnir.


Among the many new and exciting reveals at the recent D23 expo, many more Disney+ Marvel shows were revealed. Those shows include Ms.Marvel, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk.


Marvel fans are very excited for the future, as many new and exciting shows are going to come. Of course, in order to watch these shows, fans will have to pay a small price for the Disney+ streaming service.