In case you guys missed it (and most of you probably did anyway), Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige attended the press conference for the very first television series to be in continuity with Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) – WandaVision, along with the showrunner for the show and its star studded cast. The conference was a huge success and fans have gotten pretty excited with what Feige had mentioned during the meet.
In the press conference, Feige revealed a lot of information, not just about the upcoming Phase 4 “kick-starter web series” but also about various other comic book heroes such as Deadpool, Fantastic Four and the X-men and their possible place in the MCU. Feige also discussed the possibility of the Netflix Marvel series returning to the digital screen, but they would most likely be made by and streamed on Disney+ (Hotstar) than on Netflix. But we will be talking mainly about MCU’s Phase Four television series that is expected to drop this year and the next.
WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki, Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk and Moon Knight are the six web series we will be discussing in this article. All of them will be dropping on Disney+ Hotstar and Feige has now revealed the number of episodes for each series, along with their runtimes. The upcoming WandaVision series will have 9 half hour episodes while The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will have 6 one hour episodes. The miniseries Loki and the upcoming coming-of-age Superhero series Ms. Marvel will both have 6 one hour episodes each. She-Hulk will have the most episodes with 10 half hour episodes while the Oscar Isaac starrer Moon Knight will have 6 one hour episodes. WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki and Ms. Marvel will drop this year while She-Hulk and Moon Knight will only drop in 2022.
Marvel’s upcoming web series WandaVision is expected to premiere the day after tomorrow, on 15th January 2021.
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