Disney+ in a tie-up with Marvel has initiated phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic journey in full gear. In 2019 Marvel Director during the San Diego Comic-con leaked crucial evidence about launching several storyline’s post-Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far from Home. But due to the 2020 pandemic, the launches had to be put on hold. But at the start of 2021, Marvel has kicked directly into the fifth gear and is planning a full-fledged back-to-back release of multiple television series which in some weird way are going to be connected to the upcoming Marvel movies. The year 2021 may just witness the release of more than 10 new Marvel television series on Disney+. Here is a list of the upcoming series of Marvel productions on Disney+.
Supposed to be premiered somewhere in the mid of 2021, What if…? Will feature the alternate different possibilities in which the actual storyline could have occurred. The first animated series from the current marvel storyline will witness how different characters would emerge if things did not happen the way they were initially planned in the narrative.
The Hawkeye series will deal with the inclusion of multiple characters who have been around the MCU storyline for a long time. From Kate Bishop to Echo we could see a lot of new characters and Clint Barton once again taking up the mantle of Ronin.
Iman Vellani will be the one bringing the Kamala Khan to life in the MCU’s iteration of Ms. Marvel, it would be a new action series that is supposed to release in late 2021 and would connect with Captain marvel 2. Marvel Studios president has for long spoken about implicating a Muslim superhero into the MCU storyline who attains shapeshifting abilities and Disney+ seems to be the perfect platform for that.
The next series expected to launch at the beginning of 2022 would be Moon Knight. He is Marvel’s answer to Batman and apart from cool gadgets also has superpowers which phase according to the different phases of the moon. Currently not much is known about the series.
The audience will witness the storyline of Falcon assuming the mantle of Captain America after the events of Avengers: Endgame, in the series Falcon & Winter Soldier releasing on 19th March 2021. The series will see Anthony Mackie aka Sam Wilson and Sebastian Stan aka Bucky Barnes figure out in the six-season episode the struggle of bonding a partnership in the absence of Captain America.
Tatiana Maslany may be seen as the She-Hulk in the Disney+ series, She-Hulk finally makes her debut in the MCU after getting a blood transfusion from her cousin. In the series, she may also be seen challenging the Sokovia accords in the US courts.
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special
James Gunn’s goof up with the Guardians and Suicide Squad has led to the delay of the 3rd sequel of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie. So, this may just be marvel’s version of the Star Wars holiday special.
This series will deal with Loki from a different timeline and presumably from the timeline back in 2012, where he vanished into another dimension using the tesseract. This series may also see an indulgence from the MCU’s Time Variance Authority (TVA) in an attempt to straighten up the messed-up timeline. Premiering on 11 June 2021, we will see Tom Hiddleston return in his named series Loki and this time mostly living up to his title of the God of Mischief, as he is the same Loki who was taken into custody after the attack of Chitauri in the 2012’s Avengers.
Nick Fury and Talos will be seen battling a villainous group of Skrulls in this upcoming series, even though not much is known about the series. Its filming is rumored to start by April 2021.
This series will witness Riri Williams take up the mantle of MCU’s new Iron Man in the form of Iron Heart. Riri Williams is born of the same intellect as Tony and develops her Armor in the comic book version while working at MIT.
Don Cheadle will probably be featuring in this series and with his friend Tony not around anymore, it’s up to him to defend the honor of his friend and stop his technology from falling into the wrong hands.
Wakanda TV series
The series has still not been named officially but will see the Black Panther director Ryan Coogler directing the episodes and probably forming up the focus of the story and narrative in the process.