All The MCU Shows Coming To Disney Plus After Loki
A lot to look forward to.
Recently, Disney concluded Loki with the release of the sixth episode. The latest MCU show opened doors for Marvel Phase 4 and beautifully introduced the multiverse in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Obviously, fans are sobbing because that they won’t see more of Loki in the coming weeks. However, you’d be delighted to know that we have several upcoming MCU shows to look forward to after Loki.
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Every MCU Show Coming after Loki
Disney expanded the Marvel Cinematic Universe by stepping into TV shows with the release of WandaVision in January. After that, we got to watch The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and then Loki. So far, each MCU show has been successful and broke all viewership records on the Disney Plus streaming platform.
Fortunately, the MCU doesn’t plan to stop with TV shows anytime soon, and the studio has already confirmed several upcoming shows after Loki; here’s the complete list:
- What If…? (August 11, 2021)
- Hawkeye (TBA 2021)
- Ms. Marvel (TBA 2021)
- Moon Knight (TBA 2022)
- She-Hulk (TBA 2022)
- I am Groot (TBA 2022)
- The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (TBA 2022)
- Secret Invasion (TBA 2022)
- Armor Wars (TBA)
- Ironheart (TBA)
- Loki Season 2 (TBA)
More about the Upcoming Shows
Loved the concept of Multiverse in Loki? Well, Marvel is going to focus more on that in the upcoming show, What If…? You will see several versions of our favorite superheroes playing out in completely different scenarios from the main MCU timeline.
Then, the MCU will focus on Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner). In the show, we’ll see Clint Barton training Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), who will eventually replace him in the MCU.
After Hawkeye, the studio will introduce us to Kamala Khan, a girl with shapeshifting powers who will become Ms. Marvel after taking inspiration from Captain Marvel. After the show, she will make her way to 2022’s The Marvels movie.
Disney also confirmed that Moon Knight, a character often compared with DC’s Batman, would be coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Interestingly, Oscar Isaac will take the mantle to take on this new role.
We don’t know when or if we’ll get a solo Hulk movie starring Mark Ruffalo; however, we are getting a TV show that will feature Bruce Banner’s cousin, Jennifer Walters. Interestingly, Tatiana Maslany will take on the role of She-Hulk.
Finally, Marvel also confirmed the second season of Loki; however, it’s hard to say when Disney plans to release Season 2.