That Rumored WandaVision Release Date Is Wrong, Disney Confirms

A rumor said the Marvel TV series for Disney+ might debut on October 30, but that isn't correct.


The first trailer for the Disney+ show WandaVision premiered Sunday during the 72nd Emmy Awards. The video did not show a release date for the show, but speculation online suggested it might debut on October 30, the same day as The Mandalorian Season 2.

However, we have now confirmed with Disney that this is not the case. WandaVision is slated to premiere in 2020, but the date will not be October 30, a spokesperson told us.

Other reports circulating suggest that WandaVision will debut on the streaming service in December, which seems more likely.

Elizabeth Olsen (Wanda) and Paul Bettany (Vision) return to play their characters in the series, which is the first new Marvel TV show for Disney+. The show's official description states that WandaVision will "blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe."

Wanda and Vision are superheroes living idealized suburban lives, but, as you might have guessed, not everything is what it seems. Check out the first trailer here.

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