Disney+ Confirms Six Marvel TV Studios Premieres In 2021 And Another Six The Following Year

Disney+ <font color=red>Confirms</font> Six Marvel TV Studios Premieres In 2021 And Another Six The Following Year

Disney has released official details from its recent Investor Day, confirming that we're getting a total of twelve Marvel TV Studios over the next two years. Find out the order they're arriving in here.

Fans were treated to a lot of big announcements during Disney's Investor Day, and it's clear that Disney+ is going to be a priority for Marvel Studios over the next few years. In fact, the streaming service looks set to be dominated by the Marvel Cinematic Universe both in 2021 and in 2022. 

In an official programming sheet shared following that virtual event on Thursday, it's been revealed which shows are coming - and roughly when - over the course of the next two years. 

We're getting six shows in 2021, and another six in 2022, and you have to believe that there are already more in development for 2023 and beyond. What's interesting about this is the fact that if any of these shows are getting second seasons (and it doesn't look like that's the plan just yet), then it won't be during the following year like a traditional network or cable television series. 

Here's the full, seemingly chronological, list from Disney:

2021

WandaVision - January 15, 2021
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - March 19, 2021
Loki - May 2021
What If…? - Summer 2021
Ms. Marvel - Late 2021
Hawkeye - Late 2021

2022

She-Hulk - Undated (2022)
Moon Knight - Undated (2022)
Secret Invasion - Undated (2022)
Ironheart - Undated (2022)
Armor Wars - Undated (2022)
Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special - Holiday 2022

The only series not set for 2022 is I Am Groot as that's "undated" for now. Chances are that will end up being one of 2023's first shows, as it will no doubt be shot around the same time as the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (which is going to be filmed at the same time as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.


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10. Jaimie Alexander Is Finally Returning As Sif

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While Jaimie Alexander did reprise the role of Sif in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., fans haven't seen the character on the big screen since Thor: The Dark World. However, that's all set to chance with the Asgardian's return not just in theaters, but on television as soon as next year as well. 

It was revealed this week that Alexander is set to play Sif in Loki and Thor: Love and Thunder. How her absence all these years will be handled remains to be seen, but this is amazing news.

Click here for the full story about Sif's return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
 

9. Warner Bros. Is Determined To Make Wonder Woman 3 A Reality

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Wonder Woman 1984 is the first Warner Bros. film to head to HBO Max the same day it arrives in theaters, and the studio is reportedly paying director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot a reported $10 million to make up for what they'll lose from their back-end deals on what the movie would have made at the box office. Why? Well, it's because they want a Wonder Woman 3.

Keeping the duo happy is a must if they want that to become a reality, but with Jenkins heading to the Star Wars Universe for Rogue Squadron, we're going to be waiting a while either way. 

Find here details on this, and James Gunn's reaction to the HBO Max news, right here.
 

8. Alfred Molina's Doctor Octopus Return Is Officially Happening

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There were rumours this might happen, but Spider-Man 2 star Alfred Molina is officially returning as Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 3, a move that ties Spidey's three franchises together. 

There's no word on what sort of role Doc Ock will play in proceedings. We also don't know whether this is the same version of the character from that 2004 movie or if the actor is playing a new take on him. The latter seems likely based on J.K. Simmons' return at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home, but there's clearly enough evidence now to suggest we really are visiting the "Spider-Verse."

Find out more about the plans for Doc Ock in the original story.
 

7. Superman & Lois' New Super Suit Revealed

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The CW has finally revealed Tyler Hoechlin's super suit in all its glory, it honestly doesn't look that different to the one worn by Henry Cavill in the DC Extended Universe movie. However, that iconic logo stands out a little more, which is something comic book fans are sure to appreciate. 

There's also a very pronounced belt that instantly brings back memories of Superman's appearance during "The New 52" era of storytelling. As expected, the red pants are M.I.A., and it seems they are going to remain absent in live-action projects featuring the character for the time being. 

Click here for a hi-res look at Superman's new costume for television.
 

6. Wonder Woman 1984 WILL Have A Post-Credits Scene

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We got to watch Wonder Woman 1984 earlier this week, and it's fair to say that those early reactions - while a little over-the-top to some extent - definitely weren't too far off the mark! 

There was no post-credits with the press screener, but there will be one on HBO Max/in theaters. "Let that be something to save for the audience," director Patty Jenkins explained in a recent interview. "Just because, God forbid, somebody writes about it, you’re like, ‘Well, then what fun was it? Now we should have just attached it to the end of the movie!’"

Find more details from the filmmaker by clicking here.
 

5. WarnerMedia's Justice League Investigation Concludes

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Well, that was underwhelming! After a very public battle between Warner Bros.' parent company WarnerMedia and Justice League star Ray Fisher about his allegations about the behaviour of Joss Whedon, Geoff Johns, and Jon Berg on the set of the DC Comics movie, that's now concluded.

Unfortunately, no details have been revealed about what happened, and we instead have only a statement that reads, "WarnerMedia’s investigation into the Justice League movie has concluded and remedial action has been taken." There's no word on what that even means.

However, you can see Fisher's reaction to the news in the original post.
 

4. A Comic Book Expansion Of Zack Snyder's Justice League

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Comic book writer Scott Snyder (known for his work on titles like Batman and Dark Nights: Metal) has revealed he was asked to work on an adaptation and "expansion" of Zack Snyder's Justice League.

While he didn't go into specifics, Snyder admitted that he had to turn the project down, adding: "I had a lot of jobs ahead of me and I can’t deal with people confusing us anymore." We don't know if this is still happening, but expanding this world with a comic book series makes perfect sense.

Find out more details on this one by clicking here.
 

3. Story Details On Ben Affleck's "Really Dark" Take On The Batman

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Justice League star Joe Manganiello has finally shared some story details for Ben Affleck's The Batman (which he's obviously no longer writing or directing as Matt Reeves continues working on his take), revealing that it had similarities to David Fincher's 1997 thriller, The Game.

"It was a really dark story in which Deathstroke was like a shark or a horror movie villain that was dismantling Bruce’s life from the inside out," the actor revealed. "It was this systemic thing: He killed everyone close to Bruce and destroyed his life to try and make him suffer because he felt that Bruce was responsible for something that happened to him."

"It was really cool, really dark and really hard," Manganiello added. "I was very excited for it." Find more comments from the actor about this cancelled DC movie by reading the full interview.

2. Charlie Cox Is Set To Return As Daredevil In Spider-Man 3

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One of the most welcome news stories of the week, we're hoping and praying this actually pans out.

It's been reported that Charlie Cox will return as Matt Murdock/Daredevil, in Spider-Man 3, a movie that's shaping up to be one of the biggest Marvel Studios movies yet. This is said to have been "set in stone for several months now," and common sense says Matt will be Peter Parker's lawyer. 

Find out more details on Cox's future as the Man Without Fear here.
 

1. Spider-Man 3 Adds Tobey Maguire, Emma Stone, And More

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By far the biggest Spider-Man 3 update we've had to date, it's been reported by reliable sources that Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire will both reprise their respective roles as the web-slinger.

Emma Stone is said to be coming back as Gwen Stacy, while Kirsten Dunst is also set to return as Mary Jane Watson. If true, we really are going to be heading into the "Spider-Verse" in this movie.

Find out more on this casting story by heading to the story that broke the news!
 

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