Disney dropped a ton of news about new movies and shows on Investor Day a few weeks ago. (Including huge announcements for the Star Wars and Marvel franchises.) But which titles are actually headed to our screens soon?
Here’s all the best shows headed to Disney+ in 2021 (and when you can watch them).
Marvel Studios: Legends – January 8
Legends isn’t really going to provide new Marvel content per say. The series is described as a clip show highlighting different MCU characters. Still, after a year-long content drought it will help fans get back in the Marvel headspace.
Marvel’s WandaVision – January 15
The first live-action Marvel Disney+ series finally arrives. Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprise their roles as Scarlet Witch and Vision respectively. The series follows the superhero couple as they try to live normal suburban lives. Plus, the show will set up the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – March 19
It should have been the first Marvel series to debut on Disney+, but COVID had other plans. Still, we’ll get to see Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan return as Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes. The series picks up after the events of Avengers: Endgame and sees Sam take up the Captain America mantle.
Marvel’s Loki – May
The exact date remains TBA, but your favorite god of mischief will hit Disney+ in May 2021. Another post-Endgame series, Loki follows Tom Hiddleston’s character as he time-travels with the power of the Tesseract.
The Book of Boba Fett – December
Temuera Morrison returns as Boba Fett in this Disney+ Star Wars series. Show details are scarce, but we know Ming-Na Wen will also star as Fennec Shand. The show was announced in a post-credits scene of the season 2 Mandalorian finale.
More Shows – Dates TBA
Monsters At Work (Early 2021) – A Monsters Inc spinoff series.
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (Early 2021) – A sequel series to the films, which brings back Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez) to coach the team.
What If…? (Mid 2021) – An animated Marvel anthology which explores key moments in the MCU – but if they happened a little differently.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Mid 2021) – An animated sequel to Star Wars: The Clone Wars focusing on Clone Force 99, aka “the Bad Batch.”
Hawkeye (Late 2021) – Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton returns to hand off the Hawkeye mantle to Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld).
Ms. Marvel (Late 2021) – Iman Vellani joins the MCU as Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel, a 16-year-old polymorphic superhero.
Star Wars: Visions (2021 TBD) – A Star Wars anime series.