Following a preview provided by Marvel Studios and Disney, it’s been confirmed that WandaVision, the first of the MCU Disney+ series, will release on the platform next January.
The confirmation comes from the official WandaVision Twitter account with an appropriately-ominous animated ad.
— WandaVision (@wandavision) November 12, 2020
Originally set for a late-2020 release, WandaVision‘s mid-January premiere will mark Disney’s latest major MCU release since 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, with the seventh season of Agents of SHIELD running this past summer, marking the series finale for the series, which began in 2013.
Besides Agents, which is primarily an ABC production, 2020 marks the first year Marvel and Disney haven’t released a film or series, with plans for Black Widow and The Eternals pushed back due to pandemic delays.
Though there isn’t much new info following the aforementioned preview, the new images Disney has released for WandaVision further flesh out the surreal and somewhat-oppressive atmosphere of the Tom King-inspired miniseries. Expect WandaVision to lead into even more MCU content, with rumors of a connection to Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange sequel particularly prevalent.
With some time to go still, Marvel fans will have to wait just a little longer to resubmerge in all things spandex when WandaVision premieres January 15, 2021.
Source: WandaVision on Twitter