“WandaVision” was the inaugural Marvel show on Disney+ and has remained one of the most highly praised series in the lineup since its release. Starring Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff/The Scarlett Witch and Paul Bettany as Vision, the show took viewers on a surreal journey through television history, ultimately setting the stage for Wanda’s descent into villainy in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”
After “WandaVision” concluded, fans speculated about the possibility of a second season, similar to what “Loki” received. While Wanda’s fate appeared sealed in the Doctor Strange sequel, the MCU has a penchant for resurrecting characters. However, recent news of a physical release for “WandaVision” suggests that the series is indeed over. The release is titled “Marvel Studios’ WandaVision: The Complete Series,” in contrast to “Loki,” which is labeled “Marvel Studios’ Loki: The Complete First Season.”
Despite this, fans need not despair just yet. “WandaVision” seemed more like an event miniseries compared to most MCU shows, making it challenging to envision a direct continuation of its themes. Nevertheless, even if Wanda and Vision do not return for a second season, a spiritual successor is in the works: “Agatha: Coven of Chaos.” This new series sees Kathryn Hahn reprising her role as the witch Agatha Harkness, a breakout character from “WandaVision.”
Debra Jo Rupp, known for her role in “That ’70s Show” and who appeared in “WandaVision,” described “Agatha: Coven of Chaos” as “the second season of WandaVision” during an interview with Berkshire Magazine. She compared it to “American Horror Story,” where each season offers a distinct narrative. Rupp expressed excitement about returning to her character and hinted at the intriguing new direction the show will take.
“Agatha: Coven of Chaos” is slated for release in 2024, and “Marvel Studios’ WandaVision: The Complete Series” will be available on Blu-ray and 4K UHD starting November 28.
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