Two more mystery Marvel shows are coming

Marvel Studios' AVENGERS: ENDGAME..L to R: Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper) and War Machine (Don Cheadle)..Photo: Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2019
Marvel Studios' AVENGERS: ENDGAME..L to R: Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper) and War Machine (Don Cheadle)..Photo: Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2019 /

During the Super Bowl on Sunday, Marvel Studios released a teaser for three of the live-action Marvel shows coming to Disney+: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision and Loki.

Yep, the MCU is expanding to TV, and we are powerless to do anything but get hyped. Two of these shows — The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision — will debut this year, with Loki to follow. Disney+ may be a little quiet at the moment, but rest assured that there’s big stuff coming.

Disney CEO Bob Iger laid out a lot of this on a recent earnings call with investors, even saying that “there are seven other Marvel series in various stages of development or pre-production,” according to The Hollywood Reporter editor Aaron Couch:

Is that too much? A question for another time; let’s see if we can’t figure out what series Iger is talking about. As SyFy Wire points out, we pretty much know at least five of the seven projects in development. First, there’s an animated What If…? series, which will explore alternate versions of the MCU. What would it be like had Thanos never snapped away half the universe? What if Captain American and Iron Man switched roles? And on like that.

Then there’s a live-action Hawkeye series coming, with Jeremy Renner in the lead role. We also know about separate shows revolving around Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, and Moon Knight.

That leaves two mystery shows that no one knows about. What could they be?

Predictably, Twitter has lots of ideas. Take it away!

I really like the idea of a show about Okoye from Black Panther, especially if there’s a place for Letitia Wright to reprise her role as Shuri, Black Panther’s younger sister.

I’m not gonna say no to anything involving Rocket and Groot.

And man, now that Disney owns Fox, the possibilities involving the X-Men are almost overwhelming. There are already some X-Men shows out there, like The Gifted, which was canceled after just two seasons despite being quite good.

A lot of replies had to do with Marvel shows that had been cancelled since Disney started making Marvel shows on its own, like Freeform’s Cloak & Dagger and Hulu’s Runaways. Personally, I’d rather we get something we haven’t seen yet, which I think is the direction Disney will go.

The same goes for the Marvel Netflix shows. They were all canceled not too long ago, and I don’t see Disney bringing them back. At least we’ll always have those long-take fights from Daredevil.

I think I’m most interested in seeing Disney do something with the X-Men. There’s an embarrassment of stories from the comics that could be terrific on longform television.

What new Marvel shows would you like to see? Let’s discuss!

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