In connection with its marketing event Disney Plus Day, the house of mice announced that they have as many as 14 new Marvel TV series on their way to the streaming service. They are as follows:
Hawkeye which follows the archer of the same name played by Jeremy Renner which premieres November 24.
Moon Knight described as a worldwide action adventure starring Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight, a complex vigilante with dissociative identity disorder. Premiere in 2022.
She-Hulk which is a comedy series about the lawyer Jennifer Walters who specializes in legal cases with superhumans. Written by Jessica Gao and featuring guest appearances from Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth, among others.
Ms. Marvel who is Marvel’s first Pakistani-American superhero who is an ordinary 16-year-old who struggles to find her place in the world when one day she gains superpowers. Premiere in the summer of 2022.
Echo who follows Alaqua Cox in the role of Maya Lopez. A character that will be featured in Hawkeye.
Ironheart where Dominique Thorne plays Riri Williams, an ingenious inventor who develops the most advanced armor since Iron Man.
Agatha House of Harkness where Katrhyn Hahn returns as her character from Wandavision.
Secret Invasion where Samuel L. Jackson returns as Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn as the scroll Talos.
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special which is a Christmas special written and directed by James Gunn who is also behind the films.
X-Men ’97 which is an animated series that explores new stories in the popular TV series from the 90’s.
What if …? gets a second season that depicts new alternative realities in the Marvel universe.
Spider-Man: Freshman Year is an animated television series that depicts Peter Parker’s first steps to becoming Spider-Man.
I am Great. A series of short films depicting Baby Groot’s everyday life in space.
Marvel Zombies. An animated series that depicts a new generation of heroes fighting a zombie outbreak.
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