Several upcoming Marvel series slated for Disney+ have been on hiatus since production had to be halted in March due to the global health crisis. Because of these shutdowns, many fans have been wondering if these new series would be affected and see their premiere dates delayed like the studio’s entire slate of Phase Four movies.
The shows in question to hit their target dates on the streaming service include “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” which was scheduled to arrive in August, “WandaVision” which was scheduled to arrive in December, and “Loki” which was scheduled to arrive in Spring 2021. Now, he might have more insight on how Disney plans to handle the situation. Online rumors indicate that these series could arrive on Disney+ with half seasons. The following Tweet was posted by insider Grace Randolph:
— Grace Randolph (@GraceRandolph) June 1, 2020
If true, this plan would make sense since it would allow them to hit their target release dates and then be able to release the other half of the series once they’ve completed filming and post-production.
Neither Disney nor Marvel have addressed this matter, so it’s just a rumor for now. We’ll keep you updated with any new information.