Marvel Studios currently has a number of Disney+ series in various stages of development including “Hawkeye,” “She-Hulk,” “Moon Knight,” “Ms. Marvel,” and “Secret Invasion,” just to name a few but apparently, the studio has plenty more in store for Marvel fans.
According to Murphy’s Multiverse, Marvel reportedly has nine unannounced Disney+ shows planned on top of the projects that they have already announced. Some of the series that could be in the works include “Ghost Rider,” “Nova,” and “Secret Warriors.”
The outlet backs up the news by stating Peter Cameron, who served as a writer and story editor on “WandaVision,” is currently heading up a new, unannounced project for the studio as a co-producer. The outlet provided an image of Cameron’s bio which you can see below.
Given Cameron’s history with fantasy/horror projects, it seems “Ghost Rider” would be right up his alley. He wrote two episodes of “WandaVision,” including the “All-New Halloween Spooktacular”, and also served as both a writer and story editor on Amazon Prime’s fantasy series, “Carnival Row.” Additionally, he worked on Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of Mark Millar’s “The Magic Order,” a fantasy-horror series produced by James Wan.
While Marvel has not officially announced any additional shows for Disney+, it’s possible we could hear more information from the D23 Expo which takes place in September 2022 or perhaps earlier.
Source: Murphy’s Multiverse
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