Disney+ Announces Premiere Dates for 'Marvel's 616' & More, Promises 'WandaVision' is Coming This Year
Disney+ has unveiled its upcoming calendar of releases for the streaming platform, with legacy titles like the Tom Hanks classic Big and brand new shows like the anthology documentary series Marvel’s 616 locking down slots in the coming months. Find out what else is coming to the platform below, including the news that the original series WandaVision is still on track for 2020.
We already knew that The Mandalorian season 2 would be arriving at the end of October, but this is the first confirmation we’ve had since the pandemic hit that Marvel Studios’ WandaVision will still be heading to the service by the end of this year. While there’s no specific release date in the press release Disney+ sent out, the program is highlighted in the video above and the release says it will be out in “late 2020.”
Curiously, there’s no word about the fate of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Disney+’s live-action Marvel series which was originally meant to be the first show out of the gate. How any of these shows might directly tie in to the upcoming Black Widow remains to be seen. Earlier this week, word came out that Disney is considering delaying Black Widow from its current November 6, 2020 release date; perhaps because of where the film falls on the overall narrative timeline, it won’t have any connections at all to these upcoming shows. We do know, however, that it will link to Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.
Meanwhile, the documentary series Marvel’s 616, which has each episode focus on a different aspect of Marvel comics and culture, will premiere on November 20, 2020. You can read much more about the show here.
Get the full list of the movies and TV shows coming to Disney+ below.
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