By Stephen Ippolito | Feb. 9, 2020
We finally know when the first couple of MCU shows will hit Disney+. On Tuesday, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced during the companies quarterly earnings call that The Falcon & Winter Solider and WandaVision will hit the streaming service in the second half of 2020. The Falcon & Winter Solider will debut first in August followed by WandaVision in December.
A sneak peek of the upcoming shows was shown during the Super Bowl. It also included a brief tease of a Loki series staring Tom Hiddleston.
In addition to WandaVision, The Falcon & Winter Solider and Loki, Iger also revealed during the call that “There are seven other Marvel series in various stages of development or preproduction.” It’s been announced that Marvel Studios is developing a Hawkeye, She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight and an animated series based on the comic series What If? But if you did your counting right that would mean that there are two other shows that are in development.
The debut represents a new era for Marvel Studios. It will be the first time that the blockbuster studio will produce content for the small screen. Budgets for each series are under wraps, but reports say that each series will cost upwards of $100 Million as stars from the big screen look to reprise their roles on the streamer.