Disney Plus has confirmed that its first MCU TV show, WandaVision, will arrive in late 2020. In an announcement for its line-up coming later this year, a mention of the Marvel TV series was listed as part of films and TV shows that will kick off the service’s second year, “premiering” in late 2020.
That means you shouldn’t expect it before November 12, but it will land before the end of the year based on the wording. During an earnings call earlier this year, WandaVision was announced for a December release – our guess is that this is still the plan. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier resumed filming over the past week, and was originally meant to release first in August. Then, coronavirus happened, and production was suspended.
The line-up for Disney Plus year two also includes (but is not limited to) a new version of Black Beauty, an Inside Pixar documentary series and a ballet school documentary called On Pointe. That’s all coming before the end of 2020.
WandaVision is a series focused on the MCUcharacters Wanda Maximoff and Vision – the latter of which met a dramatic end in Avengers: Infinity War. The show will see Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprise their respective roles. Our first look at the show in February’s Super Bowl trailer suggested it’ll be a weird sci-fi series that riffs on classic sitcoms – it’s another excuse to dress Vision up in dapper clothes, basically.