Marvel’s Disney+ Debut

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Mid-Way through 2019, we learned that the not-yet-released Disney+ would be producing a number of Marvel shows, including “WandaVision,” “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” and “Loki.” These shows will take place in the Marvel Universe, and will add to the expanding stories that the famed Marvel Movies have brought up since the late 2000s. On Superbowl Sunday, Disney+ gave us our first looks at three of the upcoming Marvel shows.

WandaVision

“WandaVision” will take a look into the lives of Wanda Maximoff, her alias is Scarlet Witch, and Vision, two superheroes brought to us in “Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron.” It will take place after the events in Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame.” This will focus on the lives led by both Wanda and Vision, separately, but more importantly as a romantic duo. Wanda and Vision show romantic interest in one another during “Captain America: Civil War,” and then it becomes official in “Avengers: Infinity War.” “WandaVision” is set to stream exclusively on Disney+ in December 2020, and will have tie-ins to the upcoming Doctor Strange movie, “Multiverse of Madness.”

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

While not a romantic story, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” will examine the lives of two close allies of the fan-favorite Captain America working side by side. The events of this show will also take place after “Avengers: Endgame”. It has been reported that other familiar faces from Captain America’s storylines will join the cast as the plot follows the two former sidekicks on their own adventures, with them front and center. “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is set to debut alongside “WandaVision” on Disney+ in December 2020.

Loki

Last but not least, “Loki” was also teased during the Superbowl spot. While presumed to grace our screens after the December 2020 releases of the aforementioned shows, Loki’s show may be the most anticipated of the three. Loki, the mischievous brother of Thor, is an absolute favorite of the Marvel community. The premise of “Loki” is still mostly under wraps, but many are already hailing its existence and can’t wait to see what secrets it unveils. The show is expected to premiere exclusively on Disney+ in 2021.

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