Marvel has a mass slate of television series that is about to air over the next few years following the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Now that Spider-Man: No Way Home is out in theaters, fans can look forward to the rest of Marvel’s lineup: here’s a list of all the forthcoming Marvel shows, along with their likely release dates. Marvel extended the franchise with the debut of Disney+ in 2021. WandaVision, the critically praised series that set the stage for Scarlet Witch’s experiences in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness by analyzing Wanda Maximoff’s grief at the loss of Vision, was first out of the gate. It also introduced characters like Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), who will feature in The Marvels, and Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn), who will have her own Disney+ spinoff, House of Harkness.
In the first half of 2021, Marvel keeps on their hot streak with two new series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. Although WandaVision was a more self-contained television program playing on classic sitcoms, both Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki demonstrated how Marvel’s streaming series will have a significant impact on the MCU’s future. Falcon and the Winter Soldier will be followed by Sam Wilson’s Captain America 4, the next great theatrical adventure for the Star-Spangled Avenger.
Marvel’s streaming series also helped to open up the multiverse. Loki’s time-traveling and universe-hopping escapades revealed one of the MCU’s next Thanos-level dangers, a form of Kang the Conqueror who might wind up taking over the MCU in 2023, in Jonathan Majors’ He Who Remains. Marvel’s What If…?, the studio’s first breakthrough into animation, also demonstrated the really wild possibilities of the multiverse, taking classic MCU storylines and giving them an alt-world twist. Marvel is rounding off the year with a throwback to the MCU’s early days, giving Clint Barton his due in Hawkeye, a program that also introduced Kate Bishop and set up even more forthcoming episodes.
Ms. Marvel – Early 2022
Kamala Khan will star in her own MCU Disney+ program before making her debut in the Captain Marvel sequel The Marvels in 2023. Ms. Marvel will be played by Iman Vellani, who appears to be acquiring a new set of powers. Ms. Marvel will tell the narrative of the young heroine’s origins and introduce the MCU’s first Muslim character, marking yet another step toward more diversity in the series. Aramis Knight, Matt Lintz, Zenobia Shroff, and Mohan Kapur will also feature in Ms. Marvel.
She-Hulk – 2022
She-Hulk is going to try out another new format in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, similar to how WandaVision parodied classic sitcoms in the past. Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner’s cousin and legal wunderkind, will be played by Tatiana Maslany. The program is reported to be partly legal procedural, and an early look at She-Hulk revealed Walters breaking the fourth wall, which is an intriguing twist that might allow for a variety of experiments. Titania will be played by Jameela Jamil, while Hulk will be played by Mark Ruffalo, who last appeared in Avengers: Endgame, and Abomination will be played by Tim Roth.
Moon Knight – 2022
Moon Knight, supposed to be one of Marvel’s most interesting new series, will star Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector. Moon Knight is a vigilante who is frequently compared to Batman and is endowed with powers by the Egyptian Moon God Khonshu, and the show is anticipated to push the MCU in dark new ways. With Ethan Hawke poised to portray Moon Knight’s antagonist, Marvel freaks will have a chance to witness two of today’s most acclaimed actors against one other in a gloomy psychological superhero thriller.
Secret Invasion – 2022
In Secret Invasion, an MCU Disney+ drama based on the legendary comic book storyline of the same name, Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury will finally receive his due. Skrulls impersonate some of Marvel’s top characters in Secret Invasion, which is set up by post-credits scenes in both Spider-Man: Far From Home and WandaVision. Ben Mendelsohn and Cobie Smulders reprise their roles as Talos and Maria Hill, respectively, in Secret Invasion, and Olivia Colman and Emilia Clarke are cast in unspecified roles.
Werewolf By Night – Marvel Halloween Special – 2022
Gael Garcia Bernal is about to play in Marvel’s first Halloween special, which will begin production in early 2022. He may be playing Werewolf by Night, according to sources, however, this has yet to be confirmed. It’s likely that the Halloween special will broadcast in time for Halloween 2022, with production commencing in early 2022. It’s probable that the two will cross paths due to Moon Knight’s involvement with the MCU’s supernatural side.
Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special – Late 2022
James Gunn’s motley crew of misfits will return after their presence in Thor: Love and Thunder, after becoming one of the most unexpected gangs in the MCU. The Guardians’ Holiday Special, led by Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord, will be a one-off, 40-minute special. The plot is unknown, although Gunn has hinted that the special would feature the introduction of “one of the greatest MCU characters of all time.”
I Am Groot
Vin Diesel’s star Guardians character, presumably after the Christmas episode, will get his own series of special shorts. Diesel will almost certainly make his return as the character who has delivered many of the team’s most amusing moments. The episodes of I Am Groot are supposed to be kid-friendly adventures, although nothing more is known about them.
Marvel’s What If…? Season 2
With scripts for Marvel’s What If…? season 2 fully written, the MCU’s first animated experiment will return sooner or later. Captain Carter, voiced by Peggy Carter actor Hayley Atwell, was debuted in the first season, and he quickly became a fan favorite. Season 2 of What If…? might bring even more of the substitute universe narrative revealed in the first season.
Don Cheadle’s War Machine will take Tony Stark’s place in this rendition of the Armor Wars comic storyline now that Tony Stark is no longer involved. Iron Mango was on the hunt for heroes and villains who had stolen his technology inventions in the arc in question. With Iron Man’s legacy looming large over the MCU, the Armor Wars series will be under even more pressure to continue the billionaire’s tale in what will undoubtedly be an emotional and action-packed journey.
Ironheart, another program that will cope with Tony Stark’s legacy, will follow Dominique Thorne’s Riri Williams, a brilliant woman in her own right. Ironheart will be introduced in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and the foundation for her show will most likely be laid there as well. Ironheart is expected to premiere in early 2023, following the release of Wakanda Forever in November 2022.
Loki Season 2
Tom Hiddleston’s God of Mischief doesn’t still come to a halt with the Marvel Cinematic Universe just yet. Although it is unknown when Loki season 2 will air, it is expected to have a significant influence on the series as a whole. Loki introduced Kang the Conqueror, also known as He Who Remains in the show, after playing with the multiverse in the first season, before unleashing a slew of Kang variations across the multiverse. Because Loki season 1 ended on such a cliffhanger, it’s probable that season 2 will continue up with Hiddleston’s character navigating a fresh new universe, one that is completely unaware of his existence.
Black Panther, released in 2018, was the sharpest insight yet at the complexities of Wakanda, a previously concealed African nation. While fans saw glimpses of it in Avengers: Infinity War, the Wakanda show will be the ideal chance for Ryan Coogler, who is said to be in charge of the series, to delve more into T’Challa’s motherland. Filming for the Wakanda spinoff is expected to begin after Wakanda Forever, with a release date in late 2023 or early 2024.
Dora Milaje, Danai Gurira’s breakout Black Panther character, will receive her own spinoff. There isn’t much information regarding the program, such as who else could appear in it or when it will be filmed. It’s feasible that Marvel may shoot it concurrently with the Wakanda spinoff, allowing for a 2024 launch.
Alaqua Cox is slated to reprise her role as Maya Lopez, a.k.a. Echo, in Echo, after making her debut in Hawkeye. With Hawkeye introducing Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin and revealing his relationship with Echo, it’s likely that her spinoff series will center on him and the ground-level crimefighting featured in the Clint Barton series. Other information regarding the Echo spinoff has yet to be announced, but depending on where her character ends up at the closing of Hawkeye, the first glimpses of her future might be revealed.
Agatha: House Of Harkness
The incomparable Kathryn Hahn, who came out as Agatha Harkness in WandaVision, will have her own MCU show, building on another of their Disney+ shows. Following prior reports that the series was underway, Marvel announced its production on Disney+ Day 2021. The creator of WandaVision, Jac Schaeffer, is behind House of Harkness, and while Agatha was left locked in Westview at the end of the Elizabeth Olsen-led series, it appears that the forthcoming spinoff will follow Agatha throughout her adulthood.
X-Men ’97 will be the first non-MCU Disney+ Marvel show, according to another Disney+ Day announcement. The new program, which is a revival of the legendary X-Men: The Animated Series, will premiere on Disney+ in 2023 and will carry on the tale of the original. While plot information is few other than what can be gained from the previous program’s finale, it’s probable that the show may adapt some classic X-Men comic book storylines. Marvel’s What If…? isn’t the studio’s final breakout into animation; in fact, it’s the medium for three of their forthcoming series.
Spider-Man: Freshman Year
Many fans were curious how Tom Holland’s origin narrative would vary from the previous live-action versions of the character once he joined the MCU as a full-fledged Spider-Man. Now is the time for the audience to find out what they’ve been waiting for. Tom Holland’s Peter Parker’s early years will be explored in Spider-Man: The First Year, which will take place before Captain America: Civil War. It’s unknown if Holland will play the part, or whether Marvel’s What If…? Hudson Thames, who played Spider-Man in the first film, will return in this sequel.
What If…? is a Marvel series’ Marvel Zombies being developed by Bryan Andrews and Zeb Wells, and while it’s unknown if the show is tied to the episode of the MCU’s first animated series that brought the concept out, it seems like a safe bet. Because the zombie episode of What If…? was one of the show’s most popular, it would make sense to spin it off into its own series, especially after it was revealed that Marvel heroes like Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Ant-Man were looking for a cure and a zombie version of Thanos had taken over T’Challa’s homeland. Marvel has no intentions to take it slow, even after the triumph of Spider-Man: No Way Home.