Marvel Announces Another Disney+ Show, Marvel Studio: Legends

The series will focus on individual heroes and the first two episodes arrive next month.

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The recent Disney Investor Day confirmed there's an impressive number of Marvel shows set to hit Disney+ over the next couple of years. But it seems that not every upcoming series was announced during the presentation. Marvel has revealed that a show titled Marvel Studio: Legends will premiere on Disney+ next month.

Marvel Studio: Legends isn't a new narrative series, but a "greatest hits" package focusing on individual heroes from the MCU. Marvel states that it will "revisit some of the most iconic moments from the MCU, one character at a time." The first two episodes premiere on January 8.

With WandaVision set to debut on January 15, these opening episodes of Legends will focus on Wanda Maximoff and Vision. Wanda--aka the Scarlet Witch--is played by Elizabeth Olsen, while Vision is played by Paul Bettany. The characters both made their MCU debuts in 2014's Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Marvel hasn't revealed when future episodes of Legends will be released. It's possible the company might use the show as a refresher before each new MCU series hits Disney+ over the next couple of years.

In any case, Marvel fans have no shortage of shows to look forward to. WandaVision will be followed by Falcon and The Winter Soldier in March, and Loki in May. Beyond that, upcoming MCU series include Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, She-Hulk, Moon Knight, and the crossover event Secret Invasion. Check out the full list of all upcoming Marvel movies and shows here.

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