Marvel Studios have succeeded in making blockbuster films and all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films ensure to bring in the right amount of cash to the studios. Now that Marvel is a subsidiary to Disney, their plans have emerged for making shows for Disney+ streaming service. Major supporting characters in the MCU will be getting a stand-alone series. These will be the MCU shows coming to Disney+ After Avengers: Endgame.
Marvel Studios have worked their magic well on the big screens and now they are planning to move to small screens to continue journeys of a few favorite fan characters. Some of these series will be prequels and a few others will take place between Avenger movies and one takes places in a whole new reality. These series will have a direct influence on the MCU, new characters introduced in the series will go on to appear in the movies too.
Here’s a list of MCU shows coming to Disney+ After Avengers: Endgame:
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Captain America has given his mighty shield to Sam Wilson at the end of Avengers: Endgame. Now Falcon becoming the new Captain America will be interesting to watch. The journey of Sam and Bucky was funny and eye-catching one in Captain America: Civil War. Keeping that in mind, Marvel Studios has launched The Falcon and The Winter Soldier in April 2019. Anthony Mackie will be playing Sam Wilson / Falcon and Sebastian Stan’s as Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier. The showrunner is said to be Malcolm Spellman. These series will be limited so we can expect 6-8 episodes to the most for a season.
For a moment, just imagine if, in place of Steve Rogers, Peggy Carter has taken the super soldier serum?
The What If…? series will dive into this possibility and it is going to be an animated series. Now that Agent Carter on ABC is canceled, this will fill the gap and Hayley Atwell who placed Peggy Carter in the MCU will lend her voice for the show. The show is scheduled to release anywhere between 2019 and 2020. Steve Rogers will never become Captain America in records to the events in the show or he might, but Peggy will be the new Captain for the show.
Wait, isn’t Vision dead in Avengers: Infinity War. WandaVision is likely to be a prequel and is going to focus on the romantic relationship between Wanda Maximoff and Vision. I believe Wanda aka Scarlet Witch to be one of the most powerful Avengers and Vision has an infinity stone attached to his head. If the show takes place between the events of Civil War and Infinity War, it will be a cooking show, where Wanda teaches Vision on how to cook. But a few reports say that the shown might take place way back in the 1950s. Jac Schaeffer is the showrunner and the show might release around 2020-2021.
Again! Loki is dead too, in the present reality of Marvel Cinematic Universe. Remember the time when the Avengers went back in time to collect all the stones and Tony stumbled on the Space Stone which resulted in Loki grabbing it and escaping? That reality where Loki ran away will be the basis of the show or might not be. Loki will be played by Tom Hiddleston, no doubt in that. The show might focus on Loki and his adventures with Tesseract. In that particular reality, using the stone, Loki could have gone to any part of the universe just in seconds. Michael Waldron is the showrunner and will be released in 2020 or 2021.
Untitled Hawkeye series
The show is untitled and I won’t be surprised it is tilted Hawkeye. Jeremy Renner who plays Hawkeye / Clint Barton will be in the lead role. Now that Hawkeye is retired in the MCU, the show might have a plot where Hawkeye passes his skills and mantle down to Kate Bishop. The show won’t release before 2020 and is still in the development stage.
All of these shows will be a new segment to try and experiment for Marvel. Marvel Television is not getting involved here, Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios is taking a hands-on role for every individual series. These shows will be a must watch to maintain continuity of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.