Since The Mandalorian wrapped its first season, there hasn’t been a lot for Star Wars or Marvel fans to get excited about with Disney+. For early adopters of the streaming service who were looking forward to more original content it’s been a wasteland.
That’s going to change come this fall with the arrival of The Mandalorian Season 2 and the highly anticipated The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision series.
Disney chief Bob Iger revealed in Tuesday’s earnings conference call the streaming service will roll out the seasons starting in August.
On the Marvel side, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier kicks off in August. WandaVision will wrap the year in December. In case you missed it, here’s the Super Bowl commercial:
The Mandalorian, the streaming service’s biggest breakout, will split the two when it returns in October. Iger suggested The Mandalorian could see some more characters and expand their stories to spin-off series. Hopefully a Cara Dune spin-off is already in the planning stage.
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There were no updates on the Obi-Wan Kenobi series starring Ewan McGregor. There have been various rumors from the series being cancelled to delayed to 2021 while the script is retooled.
If you haven’t signed up for Disney+ it sounds like starting your initial year in August might be the smartest strategy.