Disney have officially announced the inclusion of numerous Marvel Studios series as part of their upcoming Disney+ streaming service. The series are set to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and so far there have been 3 series announced; Loki; Scarlet Witch & Vision (titled WandaVision); Falcon & Winter Soldier. The series will see their cinematic actors reprising their roles for the streaming service that is set to launch November 12th 2019 with a a monthly cost of $6.99 or £69.99 annually. Kevin Feige (Marvel Studios President) has confirmed that the shows will have meaningful ramifications for the MCU and feature major long-form story-lines. He also mentioned that the shows would be productions that rival MCU movies. A What If? animated series was also officially announced. It was also reported by Variety on Wednesday that a Hawkeye show is set to be added to the service, but this has not been officially announced by Disney.
Falcon & Winter Soldier
Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan are set to return as Falcon and the Winter Soldier in this series. It is currently planned to be released within a year of Disney+’s launch.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany will be returning as Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch) and Vision. This is expected to be released in the second year of Disney+.
Tom Hiddleston will be returning as the God of Mischief for the Loki series that is planned to be released in the second year of Disney+.
An animated series based on the legendary What If? comicbooks has been confirmed. The comics take a look at what might have happened in alternate universes and the first scenario for the What If? series has been revealed. One of the first stories of the new series will take a look at what would happen if Peggy Carter became Captain America and Steve Rogers instead received an armor suit from Howard Stark. This series is expected to be on Disney+ within the first year of the service.
Although not officially confirmed by Disney, it has been reported that Jeremy Renner will be starring in his own series for Disney+. The show will reportedly follow Hawkeye training Kate Bishop, who in the comics takes over the Hawkeye mantle.
Marvel 616 (working title)
This documentary series will explore the historical, cultural and societal context that has become congruous with Marvel’s legacy stories.
Disney also revealed that Captain Marvel will be available on Disney+ the same day the service launches.