Marvel Studios just made some massive changes to its upcoming Disney+ slate that sees a handful of shows being pushed further down the timeline.
Currently, the entire entertainment industry is going through two historic strikes from both the WGA and SAG-AFTRA. In turn, this has shut down nearly every big production out there.
For Marvel fans, this means that work has been stalled on nearly every project in the pipeline. Productions can’t commence without their actors, and projects in various stages of development can’t move much further without writers.
Marvel Studios Shifts Around Its Schedule
A new report from Variety revealed that Marvel Studios made several notable changes to their release slate on Disney+.
Out of all the studios’ many projects, the report noted that Tom Hiddleston’s Loki Season 2 is the only one sticking to its original release date of October 6. After that, the second season of the animated What If…? series will be debuting over the holidays later this year.
Echo, which was originally set to air all five episodes this November, is now pushed back to January. The animated X-Men ’97 revival will also be released at some point in early 2024.
After that, Agatha: The Darkhold Diaries (with its fresh new title) will land on Disney+ in the weeks leading up to Halloween 2024.
Sadly, upcoming projects Ironheart, Daredevil: Born Again, and Wonder Man are all now entirely moved off the schedule. There’s no word on when they might get a proper release window, but fans shouldn’t hold their breath.
Until then, fans can enjoy Marvel Studios’ latest Disney+ outing, Season 2 of I Am Groot, which is now streaming on Disney+.