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There are many reasons why a Disney+ subscription is totally worth it, but topping that list for many, I would imagine, is the streaming platform’s exclusive Marvel TV shows. From the dazzling inventiveness of Loki to the various corners of the Marvel Multiverse seen so far on the animated anthology series What If…?, Marvel Studios has managed to keep fans as interested in what happens on the small screen as they tend to do with any upcoming Marvel movies on the big screen and they are far from being done yet. The following is our rundown of all the upcoming Marvel TV shows you can expect to see on Disney+ soon enough.

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  Marvel streaming guide: Where to watch the Marvel movies and TV shows online Looking to indulge in some Marvel magic? Here’s our ultimate Marvel streaming guide on where to watch all the movies and TV shows from the MCU.The Marvel Cinematic Universe is full of adventure, suspense, and breathtaking depictions of the world’s most famous superheroes (and villains). Fans rejoiced when the Disney Plus streaming platform announced it was to become the home of all things Marvel, but that isn’t quite the case. Whilst Disney Plus is the home of most of the MCU and, for the first time ever, merges the timelines between movies and TV, there are some Marvel hits that they don’t have the rights to or that live elsewhere.

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Hawkeye (November 24, 2021)

It has been clear since 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron that all Jeremy Renner’s master archer wants to do is retire from the superhero life and finally settle down with his family. He is receiving his wish, with the Disney+ exclusive Hawkeye, which chronicles Clint Barton’s ascension from his MCU moniker and is quite the family affair as well that is perfect to watch during the Holidays.

The six-episode limited series, which premiered on November 24, 2021, follows Clint training the successor to his Avengers title, Kate Bishop - the third character to take up the Hawkeye mantle in Marvel Comics and the first female to do so. Playing the young archer is Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld, who is also the voice of “Spider-Gwen” in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and its upcoming sequel.

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  Marvel streaming guide: Where to watch the Marvel movies and TV shows online On Christmas eve, Marie and her whole family are gathered around the tree in celebration of the holiday. She receives a magical gift from her godfather Drosselmeyer and soon enough this Christmas eve will take an unexpected turn for her.

Ms. Marvel (2022)

In Marvel Comics, before Carol Danvers took on the traditionally male role of Captain Marvel, she originated the traditionally female role of Ms. Marvel. However, since Academy Award-winner Brie Larson’s portrayal of the Kree warrior has been made the MCU’s sole owner of the name, Ms. Marvel will be brought into the universe under the identity of the comics' current iteration.

The Ms. Marvel series will follow Pakistani American teenager Kamala Khan, the first Muslim character to headline a comic book, and her rise to superheroism after she discovers that she has shapeshifting abilities. Newcomer Iman Vellani will debut as the young heroine when the series arrives on Disney+ in 2022 before appearing in Nia DaCosta's upcoming Captain Marvel sequel, The Marvels, in February 2023.

Moon Knight (2022)

New TV shows centered on lesser-known comic book heroes are also on the horizon, such as one whom executives have been trying to adapt for live-action entertainment for years. The upcoming series Moon Knight, set for a 2022 Disney+ release, will be directed by Egyptian filmmaker Mohamed Diab and run by The Umbrella Academy developer Jeremy Slater.

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Star Wars star Oscar Isaac will play the title character of Moon Knight - a lunar-powered kung-fu master and tech wizard named Marc Spector. He also suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder, which will more than likely make his struggle to balance living as a billionaire playboy, cab driver, and god-like vigilante one of the most unique, and surely one of the darkest, stories to be part of MCU canon yet.

She-Hulk (2022)

It may come as a surprise to more casual fans that Bruce Banner actually has a cousin who is just as green as he is. No one seemed more excited over the announcement of her solo TV series than the MCU’s Hulk himself, Mark Ruffalo, who welcomed She-Hulk to the Marvel family on social media.

Due for a 2022 release, She-Hulk will be the first live-action adaptation of Jennifer Walters, whose story as a muscle-bound, green-skinned attorney/vigilante begins with a blood transfusion from her radioactive cousin. Emmy-winning Orphan Black star Tatiany Maslany, after some confusing back-and-forth over news of her casting earlier this year, was finally confirmed as the series' lead, along with word of an appearance by Ruffalo and also Tim Roth returning as Abomination.

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  Disney's Encanto will go from theaters to Disney Plus in a month Disney's new animated film Encanto debuted in theaters on Wednesday, just in time for the extended Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Some may be surprised to learn that the animated film will be available on the Disney Plus streaming service quicker than expected.Disney released a list of movies and TV shows that will debut on the Disney Plus streaming service in December on Tuesday, with Encanto confirmed to arrive on Christmas Eve, December 24.

Untitled Halloween Special (2022)

We have yet to have a truly definitive horror movie in the MCU, which will more than likely come in the form of the new Doctor Strange sequel or the Mahershala Ali-led Blade reboot. In between those titles, Disney+ will air an original Halloween special that will likely fit the same bill.

Marvel Studios is keeping a lid on most specific details, but reports of a plot centered on a wolfman suggest this spooky feature could possibly see the debut of Jack Russell (a.k.a. “Werewolf By Night - one of Marvel Comics’ most iconic monsters and an enemy of Moon Knight at one point). According to Variety, Old star Gael Garcia Bernal has been reportedly cast in the Halloween special, but with no word on exactly who he will play when the project begins shooting in early 2022.

The Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special (December 2022)

Hot off the success of 1977’s Star Wars (before it was subtitled A New Hope), CBS aired a holiday special spun off from the hit movie in November 1978. We seriously hope that Disney+’s upcoming, festive Guardians of the Galaxy spin-off does not fall prey to a similarly infamous fate.

Actually, the fact that James Gunn is writing and directing The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special and original cast members Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Pom Klementieff, and Sean Gunn are reprising their roles gives us a good feeling about it. According to the elder Gunn brother, the made-for-Disney+ film will be an important lead-in to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, so be sure to tune in when it premieres in December 2022.

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X-Men ‘97 (2023)

Not all of the most highly anticipated upcoming Marvel TV shows coming to Disney+ will be MCU-canon, believe it or not. One series is, instead, a continuation of one of the most iconic animated Marvel TV shows of all time, X-Men.

The Witcher writer Beau DeMayo is executive producing X-Men ‘97, which will supposedly pick up from where the original series left off when it was cancelled in the titular year. The revival, which is set to premiere in 2023, will also serve as the first official X-Men related project backed by Marvel Studios.

Loki, Season 2 (TBA)

SPOILER WARNING if you have not yet seen Loki Season 1.

The shocking cliffhanger in the Loki Season 1 ending (involving Lovecraft Country's Jonathan Majors as Kang the Conqueror) suggests that the MCU timeline is in for some real madness. Of course, we already did know that the series would act as a lead-in for Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but it was not until after the season finale's credits when Loki Season 2 was properly confirmed after much speculation.

We can likely infer that Tom Hiddleston will return as the titular God of Mischief and we are hopeful to see more of Owen Wilson as Mobius M. Mobius and Sophia Di Martino as Loki's female, inter-dimensional counterpart Sylvie. However, naturally, there are many more details regarding Loki Season 2 that we have questions about than we know for sure at this time, including when it will premiere on Disney+.

Secret Invasion (TBA)

In addition to its bizarre, mysterious premise, fans anticipated Disney+'s first Marvel-based series WandaVision for how it would connect to future MCU installments, such as the aforementioned Doctor Strange sequel that Elizabeth Olsen is confirmed to appear in. A mid-credits sequence in the season finale seems to have paved the way toward Secret Invasion - an upcoming Disney+ show named after the 2008 comic book crossover event that revealed several superheroes were really Skrulls in disguise.

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Running the Secret Invasion TV show is Emmy-nominated former Mr. Robot writer Kyle Bradstreet, MCU newcomers Thomas Bezucha and Ali Selim direct, and Samuel L. Jackson stars as Nick Fury along with Ben Mendelsohn returning to his Captain Marvel role Talos. The news of this upcoming series (which also has yet to be given an official release date) assured fans' suspicions that a previously untitled series led by Jackson's former S.H.I.E.L.D. director announced in September would be MCU's official adaptation of the popular arc.

Ironheart (TBA)

Another game-changing Marvel Comics event which fans have been anticipating the live action treatment of is when Riri Williams took over for Tony Stark as Ironheart. That succession will be reinterpreted to fit the MCU canon in a series named after the young armored vigilante.

Cast in the role of the titular, teenage genius is Dominique Thorne, who made her screen debut in the Academy Award-winning film If Beale Street Could Talk and later appeared in Judas and the Black Messiah sometime in February 2021. There is no word at the moment, however, when Ironheart will premiere on Disney+.

Armor Wars (TBA)

Speaking of armored vigilantes, "Armor Wars" is yet another celebrated Marvel Comics arc becoming a TV show for Disney+ at some point in the future. The storyline follows Tony Stark in a struggle to retrieve his Iron Man tech after falling into the wrong hands.

Of course, given the events of Avengers: Endgame, Robert Downey Jr. is unable to reprise his role for this other Iron Man spin-off series either. Thus, Armor Wars will be reimagined with James "Rhodey" Rhodes, otherwise known as War Machine, as the central character with Don Cheadle returning to the role.

I Am Groot (TBA)

Another beloved Marvel hero getting what is destined to be the cutest MCU-related show to debut on Disney+ is Groot. The series of short films, centered on the Guardians of the Galaxy's tree-like creature, has been fittingly titled I Am Groot.

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The announcement of the spin-off came in addition to word of the aforementioned Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special coming to the digital platform in late 2022. Yet, at this time, there is no confirmation of when I Am Groot will premiere or if Vin Diesel is returning to the role.

Untitled Black Panther Spin-Off Series (TBA)

In 2010, BET aired an animated miniseries based off the Black Panther comic books with no canonical connection to the MCU (other than the coincidence of Djimon Honsou as T'Challa). However, Ryan Coogler, director of 2018's award-winning, smash hit adaptation, is about to bring his interpretation to the small screen as well.

As part of a new five-year deal between Disney and his company, Proximity Media, Coogler is developing a TV show set in the kingdom of Wakanda for Disney+, in addition to writing and directing his feature-length sequel to Black Panther, slated for 2022. No further details for the upcoming spin-off series (including the general plot, release, or title) are currently known.

What If…?, Season 2 (TBA)

These days, a streaming platform without its own anthology series feels nearly incomplete. Disney+ followed that trend in August 2021 with the animated series What If…?, which reimagines pivotal moments of the MCU by putting key characters (many of which are voiced by their original actors) on an entirely new path.

Even before Season 1 premiered on Disney+ in August 2021, a second season of alternatively plotted stories was confirmed. There is no telling at the moment, however, when What If…? Season 2 will officially premiere, but showrunner Brad Winderbaum said it could happen in 2022.

Marvel Zombies (TBA)

If the zombie apocalypse episode of What If…? was your favorite story from the animated anthology series and you wanted to see more of that, Disney+ also has that covered. An entire series based on the concept is in the works.

According to the same Deadline article mentioned above, the director of said action-packed, horror-centric What If…? Bryan Andrews is returning to helm the new Marvel Zombies series. He will also executive produce alongside Zeb Wells of Robot Chicken and SuperMansion fame.

Agatha: House Of Harkness (TBA)

Kathryn Hahn became the undeniable scene-stealer of the WandaVision cast with her performance as the nosy neighbor Agnes. Of course, in one of the later episodes, she was revealed to be a Salem Witch Trials-era sorceress named Agatha Harkness in the form of her own catchy theme song.

Well, it appears that we have not seen the last of the WandaVision villain, who is getting her own series called Agatha: House of Harkness. Kathryn Hahn will reprise her role in the spin-off, which is the extent of the details we can provide at the moment.

Echo (TBA)

Hawkeye introduced into the MCU the character Maya Lopez - a deaf superhero of Native American ancestry who also goes by the name Echo. Months before the Jeremy Renner-led series even premiered, Variety reported that a spin-off centered on the character was already in development for Disney+.

Hawkeye star Alaqua Cox will reprise the title role in the series, which was given a proper official announcement on Disney+ Day in November 2021, at which point, Better Call Saul writer Marion Dayre was named head writer. There is no word on when Echo will premiere on Disney+ or if the series will involve Maya’s link to Moon Knight, as depicted in the comics.

Spider-Man: Freshman Year (TBA)

For anybody who wishes the MCU had delved deeper into Peter Parker’s superhero origin (despite seeing it plenty of times already), Disney+ has that covered. An animated series following Tom Holland’s iteration of the character when he first gained his powers is in the works.

It does not appear that the British actor (who was also replaced as Peter Parker on What If…? by Hudson Thames) is reprising his best-known role on Spider-Man: Freshman Year, nor is there any word on when it will premiere. However, Cartoon Network’s Craig of the Creek writer and star Jeff Trammel serves as head writer and executive producer as Deadline reports.

Untitled Destin Daniel Cretton Series (TBA)

Award-winning filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton is on a roll at Marvel Studios. Along with the announcement that he will helm a sequel to his hit superhero movie debut Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the director signed a deal to develop a Marvel-based series for Disney+, according to Deadline.

We cannot provide many further details regarding this new TV show, other than Variety’s report that it will be a comedy. Destin Daniel Cretton also has another Disney+ original series in the works called American Born Chinese, which Deadline reports is also based on a graphic novel, but of no connection to Marvel.

From stories revolving around characters who we’ve been waiting to see enter the MCU for years to stories involving our favorite characters that we could have never imagined, Disney+ is looking to be a refreshing turning point for Marvel with these highly anticipated TV shows. For more updates, such as plot details and release dates, please stand by.

Upcoming Star Wars Movies And TV Series .
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