since then WandaVision Debuting on Disney+ in January 2021, it was rare that there were more than a few weeks without new Marvel content. It looks like that won’t be the case next year, when Disney+ will drop just three new Marvel shows. This is according to a blog from Disney + Japanfrom his name Secret invasionAnd the LokiAnd the Iron heart Like the three Marvel shows hitting the platform in 2023. There will likely be plenty of new announcements throughout the year — after all, there will be Disney+ Day! – But for now, it seems that there are no new projects coming in the next 365 days and up What if…? He hasn’t had his second season yet.
Now, it’s entirely possible that this is either a Japan exclusive or incomplete. There are some shows that definitely feel like they should come out before 2024. But this is the closest thing we’ve got to an official statement from Disney regarding release dates.
on it websiteDisney describes the series as follows:Secret invasion Recently announced series headed to Disney+ starring Samuel L. Captain Marvel. The crossover event series features a faction of shape-shifting Skrulls who have been infiltrating Earth for years.”
summary for Iron heartthe character who first appeared on screen in recent times Black Panther: Wakanda Foreveris much less informative, he says.Iron heart It stars Dominic Thorne as Riri Williams, the genius inventor who creates the most advanced suit of armor since Iron Man.
Last but not least Loki. Site still showing Season 1 synopsis: “Marvel Studios” Loki The God of Mischief is shown emerging from the shadow of his brother in the new Disney+ series set after the events of “Avengers: Endgame.” Tom Hiddleston returns as the title character, joined by Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia DiMartino, Wunmi Mosako, and Richard E. Grant. Kate Heron directed “Loki” and Michael Waldron is the lead writer.
What’s next for Loki? Well, we will see some new characters, the return of some variants, and a new story for Ravonna.
“in a Loki“Ravonna is such a powerful presence,” Gugu Mbatha-Raw said in a recent interview about Season 2, “Selflessly, Renslayer makes it out of TVA, which I’m really excited about.”