When you think about the story being presented right now, it’s hard to conceive a WandaVision season 2. What in the world would that look like? When you think about the style and substance of this show, it feels very much like something constructed for a single season. How do you travel back and focus on old sitcoms again? How long could Wanda really keep this reality going?
Ultimately, we could envision a second season of WandaVision that looks and feels a little bit different from what we have now — maybe it’s more of a traditional Scarlet Witch show. If that was the case, though, would the show’s title even still work? There’s obviously a lot of different stuff to think about here.
For now, the one thing that you should know is this: Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige is not necessarily ruling anything out. Speaking (per TVLine) while at a virtual TCA press tour panel, here is what he had to say:
“I’ve been at Marvel too long to say a definite no or yes to anything, in regards to another season of WandaVision … [bringing the show back] will be dictated by the story.”
We do think that Marvel will be exploring some sort of possibility to use these characters again — it’s hard for them not to when they consider the show’s performance. While Disney+, like Netflix, does not release total viewers for their shows, it feels like WandaVision could be up there with Bridgerton as one of the year’s most-watched programs. We already know that Bridgerton is coming back for another season, so in that sense, just about anything is possible. We’re just not entering a hiatus with astronomically high hopes.
In general, though, we think Disney+ is approaching most of their Marvel shows with the focus of “just one season at a time.”
Do you think that a WandaVision season 2 could somehow be viable?
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