5 Upcoming Marvel TV Shows Coming on Disney Plus

When it comes to providing quality content, Marvel has always been on the top of its game. Since the start of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in 2008 and the release of its record-breaking movie, Iron Man, it has given us multiple action-packed movies like Captain America, Spider-Man, and more.

The last Avengers movie marked the end of an era for Marvel. We bid farewell to many significant characters like Iron Man, Captain America, and more but besides that, we close the historic chapter on which the entire Marvel world was built upon.

For the past ten years, Marvel has taken two routes to narrate superhero stories: The first one was the movies that were run by Kevin Feige, and the other medium was TV series that were run by Jeph Loeb. During this ten-year tenure, while the TV shows somewhat hinted at the storylines used in the movies, the movies ignored the TV shows, blatantly demonstrating that the two teams had little to no communication between them.

All this has now changed after the launch of Disney+, the MCU is now making TV shows that will be innately tied to what’s happening in the movies. Both TV shows and movies will carry forward the superhero storylines of the MCU.

Marvel has already released two to three new TV shows via Disney+ and now has shared a new lineup of TV shows that will be aired in 2022. But first things first, subscribe to a reliable internet and TV connection to ensure you can enjoy watching action-packed TV shows without any hindrances. Be sure to look out for a few things before subscribing to an internet and TV service, including the internet speed, the reliability of the services, and the channel lineup. Metronet offers high-speed and reliable internet connection and the Metronet Channel lineup is also quite extensive. Now let’s talk about the new exciting TV shows coming up on Disney+.

  • Hawkeye

The story of this one is supposed to resume after the events of Endgame. Hawkeye, who was a prominent part of the Avengers team, trains Kate Bishop. As per the comics, Kate is the one who takes the mantle of Hawkeye in the future. The TV show will comprise of 6 episodes and is said to air in late 2021, most probably during the holiday season.

  • Marvel

The MCU will introduce a new Marvel superhero via this TV show. Ms. Marvel who is also known as Kamala Khan is a Pakistani American, who possesses shapeshifting abilities. Kamala eventually discovers she has an Inhuman lineage as she struggles to fit in because she always felt like she was different. She is a huge fan of Captain Marvel and when she discovers she has polymorphous powers, she wants to use them to help the people around her. The show will air six episodes and will most likely release at the end of 2021.

  • She-Hulk

The story is about a female Hulk named Jennifer Walters. Marvel refers to this show as a mix of action and comedy. Mark Ruffalo (the original Hulk) will also make an appearance in the show. The series will also show the return of a big rival known as the Abomination. The series is set to air in 2022 and will comprise ten episodes.

  • Moon Knight

This is another completely new hero and storyline that is being introduced by Marvel. Moon Knight or Marc Spector is a mercenary, who lives with dissociative identity disorder and is granted powers by the Moon-God, Khonshu. The series is set to air sometime in 2022 and will include six episodes.

  • Ironheart

This show will be like a special tribute to Robert Downey Jr’s character Iron Man. A very bright and intelligent engineering student develops her own Iron Man suit to fight crime and save people just like Iron Man did. We don’t have a lot of details about the show as yet but according to the makers it is said to air in 2022 with six episodes in planning.

Wrapping Up

MCU now has great plans for the future, and Disney+ gives it the platform to launch new heroes and give more limelight to the supporting characters, who were somewhat overshadowed in the movies before by the main characters. These TV shows initially felt like extra reading when they were first announced but it is certain that they are important to the MCU plotline just as the main movies themselves.

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