Several highly anticipated series from Marvel will be airing on Disney+ sooner rather then later. WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and Loki all now have landing pages on the relatively young streaming service.
Before the shutdown brought on by COVID-19, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision were going to premiere in August and December, respectively. The Loki solo show would have originally followed in early 2021 exclusively on Disney+.
The addition of these landing pages is encouraging news to say the least. The Marvel fanbase is itching for new content after multiple MCU installments annually. According to these new pages, all three shows are scheduled to release far closer to the original dates than originally feared.
Unfortunately, no new trailers or confirmed release dates were released along with these pages. The Superbowl TV Spot for the trio of shows and the show synopsis is the extent of the information provided at this time.
Anthony Mackie, who will be reprising his role as The Falcon, has said that the series still has some shooting left to finish up the first season. Only time will tell if the show will be released starting next month like initially planned.
There appears to be a glimmer of light peeking through the clouds of delays and cancellations though Disney+. We may soon get to see Sam Wilson’s journey to earn his shield and become Captain America, as well as Wanda Maximoff living her perfect life (that is not what it appears) later this year.
Stay tuned to The Cultured Nerd for future updates on the Marvel Studios Disney+ series.