Marvel CEO confirms WandaVision’s second season is off the table

Moon Knight director Mohamed Diab confirms that WandVision is a limited series and that there are currently no plans to develop another season.

Knights of the Moon director Mohamed Diab released the Disney + Marvel Cinematic Universe series WandaVision will not return for another season, confirming previous statements by the show’s star Elizabeth Olsen.

Diab spoke to SFX Magazine and talked about his hopes for the upcoming MCU series Knights of the Moon would have a longer life than some other MCU series. In the process, he confirmed it WandaVision, the first MCU series developed for Disney’s streaming service, would not return until another season. “It’s like a crazy world,” Diab said. “Even with the successful shows, e.g. WandaVision, they do not make season two. She jumped into a movie, maybe she’s coming back or not. I do not know. And it’s exciting. “

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WandaVision created waves in the MCU for its untraditional history and presentation. The introductory premise of the series saw Wanda and Vision apparently trapped in sitcoms from different decades. It wasn’t until a few episodes in that fans understood what was happening as the series explains the trauma reaction eased by Wanda’s chaos magic. While WandaVision‘s only season finale does not directly put up a sequel series, there were several dangling threads of story that fans hoped would lead to another season. Rather, WandaVision sets the stage for the future Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madnesswhere Wanda Maximoff is expected to return as villain. WandaVision This was also confirmed by star Elizabeth Olsen in an interview last year WandaVision does not return and was always designed to be a limited series.

However, one character from WandaVision returns for another excursion to Disney +. Kathryn Hahn, who played Agatha Harkness in the show, will star in a spinoff called Agatha: House of Harnkess. The villain’s surprise reveal at the end of WandaVision went viral thanks to the song “Agatha All Along”, which explained how Hahn’s sinister witch had secretly pulled the strings all along. The song was even nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Song written for visual media, an award that will be presented in April 2022. It is still unknown when the spin-off will hit the streaming platform, but Hahn shared that the series is by to shape itself. to be “exactly what I would have hoped and dreamed [it to be]. “

WandaVision now streamed on Disney +. Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness shown in theaters on May 6th.

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Source: SFX Magazine

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