WandaVision Season 2: Kevin Feige says neither sure nor no

“Maybe one day we’ll be planning five seasons of a show.”

Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen in WandaVision

Since WandaVision Premiere on Disney +, we’ve scratched our heads over the many questions it inspires. But here’s a big problem, beyond what could happen to these poor, unhappy souls trapped in Westview: will there be a second season of the show?

We knew from the start that the events of these nine episodes would lead directly into the coming ones Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madnessWith Elizabeth Olsen announced as the leading actor in this film. But what could happen after Doctor Strange 2? Maybe a second season? Well, Marvel Head Honcho Kevin Feige does not exclude anything.

During the Disney + presentation on Wednesday’s Television Critics Association press tour, I asked Feige if he could speak directly to the possibility of a second season. “I’ve been at Marvel too long to say a definite no or a definite yes to anything,” he said.

In general, Feige said, “We develop all of these shows the way we develop our films. In other words, when we start with a film, we hope there is a part 2, we hope there is a part 3. But we.” We’re not taking this into account in Part 1, we’re trying to create something that people get enough of, and that people enjoy so much that they’ll want to revisit it and continue the story. So that’s how we go before television. ”

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So Feige said there were some shows that Marvel viewed as shows that were supposed to last longer than a season. “Some of the shows I mentioned [earlier]So that we can start filming, let’s think of a structure that would lead more directly to Season 2 and Season 3 than a show like WandaVision, which clearly flows into a feature. ”

Elizabeth Olsen in WandaVision

Image via Disney +

These shows include the in-production Mrs. Marvel and Hawk Eye;; She-hulk should also start production in a couple of weeks, followed by “about a week” later Moon knight.

“It’s new, it’s part of the fun, exciting adrenaline rush of our creativity [have]Thanks to Disney +. [We’re able to] Think of new ways of storytelling and new ways of telling our stories, and maybe one day we’ll be recording five seasons of a show. But really, we focus on delivering the best seasons yet, one at a time. ”

New episodes of WandaVision will be streamed on Disney + on Fridays.

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