Jeremy Renner and Brie Larson, both members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, are poised to create two new Disney+ television programs. This isn’t the first time the two have ventured into the realm of production. Renner and Larson have both produced before, with Renner most recently producing (and starring in) the Paramount+ show Mayor of Kingstown, and Larson producing (and directing) the Netflix film Unicorn Store. Renner starred in the Disney+ series Hawkeye, which premiered in December 2021, while Larson plays Captain Marvel in the MCU and made a short cameo in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings‘ post-credits scene.
The two MCU stars have been ordered two non-scripted programs by Disney+, according to Deadline. Growing Up will be executive produced by Larson, while Renner’s Rennervations will be executive produced by Renner. Growing Up is a docu-series that looks at ten 18-22 year olds’ coming-of-age journeys to discuss the challenges of growing up. Larson will helm an episode and each episode will be 30 minutes long. Renner’s Rennervations, on the other hand, will be a four-part documentary series showcasing Renner’s charity, with footage of the actor contributing to communities all over the world.
It’s an exciting time for both outstanding performers as they advance in their careers and get more producing expertise. Larson will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain Marvel: The Marvels, which is planned to be published in February 2023, revisiting the formidable Avenger alongside Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris). Renner‘s future in the MCU is still unknown, as many fans regard Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) as the ideal Hawkeye replacement, which was hinted at when Clint Barton took Bishop under his wing in the Hawkeye series finale.