WandaVision: Is there a second season in the Marvel series?

WandaVision: Is there a second season in the Marvel series?


In January of this year, the new Marvel series WandaVision made its debut on the streaming service Disney + and was quite successful. The adventures around Wanda Maximoff and her husband Vision were well received by the fans, even if the season finale left some questions unanswered. For this reason alone, the community has been puzzling for some time whether and when there could possibly be a Season 2. There's at least a little hint of that.

Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, recently attended a Virtual Paley Dialogue Session. Among other things, the question about the future of WandaVision and the character Wanda Maximoff in general arose there. His answer:

"Yes to the evolution of the storyline; probably and inevitably in many different forms."

When asked if he meant an appearance in the new superhero film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Kevin Feige replied:

"This is the first place where this story its continuation. But there will be more places ".

These statements are, of course, all somewhat vague and leave a lot of space for speculation. However, they suggest that we probably haven't seen Wanda Maximoff for the last time and that a second season of WandaVision has not yet been categorically ruled out.

For the near future, however, other Marvel projects are on the program for now . The new streaming series Loki recently made its debut on Disney +. Black Widow is slated for theatrical release on July 8, 2021, followed by Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on September 3. The Eternals will hit the big screen on November 4th of this year.

Source: Deadline

So, Is There A Second Season Of ‘WandaVision’? Marvel Boss Kevin Feige Responds

Marvel Studios president and chief creative officer Kevin Feige on Wednesday was asked the question on everyone’s minds: Will WandaVision get a Season 2?

Technically, the question from an audience member at the virtual Paley Dialogue session with Feige was if he foresees a continuation of WandaVision or an evolution in storyline in different capacities.

“Yes to an evolution of storyline; probably and inevitably in many different capacities,” responded Feige, reiterating what we already know: that Wanda Maximoff will star in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness next year.

“That’s the first place where that story will continue but there will be other places,” Feige teased.

WandaVision, which is being pushed heavily for Emmy season, is the third most watched Disney+ premiere according to SambaTV,which measures streaming viewership in 3 million U.S. Smart TV terrestrial households, pulling in 1.6M viewers in its Live+4 ratings. Over that period, WandaVision drew 232,000 households in the UK, 65K in Germany and 10K in Australia.

WandaVision takes place after the blip events of Avengers: Endgame and finds Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff living in a cheery suburban neighborhood, raising her two sons with her beau Vision, played by Paul Bettany. The question becomes how real her surroundings are, as others peer into her world.