By Stephen Ippolito | July 17th, 2020
A couple of weeks ago, it was reported that the upcoming series The Falcon and Winter Soldier would not be released in August, as originally planned. Now the news has become official as Disney+ has released it’s list of new programming coming next month, and it does not include the Marvel Studios produced show.
Back in March, the show was shut down while in Prague due to the ongoing panademic. With filming set to resume next month and continue into the Fall, it is unknown when the series will hit the streamer. However, according to Entertainment Weekly, we could be finding out soon.
The outlet reports that bearing any setback, the studio is expected to make an announcement soon on a new release date.
If filming is not completed until the Fall, you have to think that a late 2020 release will be the likely landing spot. This of course, counts on it being able to resume filming. With the rising cases of Coronavirus in the U.S., it’s still considered a question mark whether they will be able to.
Expected to be six episodes long and cost around $150 Million ($25 Million an episode), the show will see Anthony Mackie (Falcon) and Sebastian Stan (Winter Soldier) reprise their big-screen roles. Along with WandaVision, Loki, Hawkeye, and She-Hulk, it will be one of many shows that Marvel Studios will produce for the streaming service.