All the new Marvel shows coming to Disney Plus: Agatha Harkness, X-Men and more

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Marvel’s magic Agatha Harkness leaves WandaVision to create magic on her Disney Plus show.

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Remember the X-Men cartoon from the 90s? Marvel is bringing it back in a new series on Disney Plus, as well as new TV shows featuring Agatha Harkness, Spider-Man, and Marvel Zombies. Plus, you can get your first look at Moon Knight, She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel in an exclusive Marvel Cinematic Universe documentary streaming. Disney Plus Now.


Disney celebrated its streaming service’s second birthday Friday with a slew of teasers, videos, and announcements for upcoming movies and TV shows, including Star Wars, the Pixar offering, and more. From Marvel, Recent MCU Movies Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings made it streaming debut, as did some behind-the-scenes documentaries. Then there’s the Disney Plus Day Marvel Special, a documentary now available on the streaming service that gives the first glimpse of Oscar Isaac, Tatiana Maslany and Iman Vellani on their solo shows Moon Knight, She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel, all streaming in 2022. Is. ,

It also reveals completely new titles. Echo has more MCU live action and a WandaVision spinoff called Agatha: House of Harkness. On the animated front, you can look forward to and get this Marvel Zombies, Spider-Man: Freshman Year: X-Men ’97, returning to the classic cartoon world.

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If you add in the titles we already knew about (Secret Invasion, Ironheart, Armor Wars, I’m Groot and a Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, and What If…? Season 2), which are the 14th Marvel TV series to come. Adds the show to Disney Plus in the coming years. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said, “We have so many different types of shows that start with wandavision, closing the year with Hawkeye, and that’s always what we wanted from Disney Plus – a place where we could innovate and expand the MCU in a variety of ways.”

First Watch Marvel’s 2022 Shows

Marvel’s shows this year (wandavision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, And Hawkeye) all focus on familiar faces from the MCU. 2022 is a year of comic book characters that have never been seen on screen before, so these clips in the special are your first chance to see how they look.

  • Moon Knight has been described as “a globetrotting action-adventure series featuring an intricate vigilante”. Oscar Isaac stars as the roof-jumping hero who has antisocial identity disorder and is symbolized by too many mirrors and even a few different accents in multiple identity clips.
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  • she hulk, aka supernatural lawyer Jennifer Walters, is played by Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany. Marvel specifically refers to it as a “comedy series”. The clip shows him meeting Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk and making the famous promise “You won’t like me when I’m angry.” The series would also mark the return of rival big green man The Abomination, played by Tim Roth and briefly seen in Shang-Chi.
  • Ms. Marvel Introducing 16-year-old Pakistani American Kamala Khan from Jersey City, who is a huge fan of Avengers and Captain Marvel. The clip shows Kamala mixing up her normal life at school and mosque with trying out her new superpowers in a homemade outfit. Ms. Marvel is set to debut in the fall of 2022.

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There’s no clip or release date for these yet, but Marvel just announced these new projects.

, echo Alaqua Cox is featured as Maya Lopez, a deaf superhero who will be introduced in Hawkeye.


, Agatha: House of Harness Katherine sees Hahn returning from WandaVision as the scene-stealing sorceress. Jack Schaefer returns as lead writer.

, X-Men ’97 is an animated series that “explores new stories in the original series’ iconic ’90s timeline.” The show ran from 1992 to 1997, suggesting that the series would pick up where the previous series left off. We hope it has a similar animation style – and has a better theme tune!

, Spider-Man: Freshman Year is an animated series following a young Peter Parker on his way to become Spider-Man in the MCU. If this sounds like something you’ve seen a million times before, Marvel promises “a journey unlike any we’ve ever seen and a style that celebrates the character’s early comic book roots.”

, Marvel Zombies is an animated series by Marvel Studios, based on the popular comic What If…?

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