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There Are Seven Marvel Series Coming To Disney Plus

If you're a Marvel fan, there is a ton coming your way.


The streaming service Disney+ has been pushing out plenty of original content from Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, and more. And in total, there are a few more coming your way in the upcoming years.

Disney CEO Bob Iger briefly discussed what's coming down the line for Marvel on Disney+. "There are seven other Marvel series in various stages of development or pre-production," he said. Currently, we know of eight series that are in production for the streaming service.

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Disney+ Marvel series in development:

  • The Falcon and Winter Soldier
  • WandaVision
  • Loki
  • What If...?
  • Hawkeye
  • She-Hulk
  • Ms. Marvel
  • Moon Knight

This also wouldn't include the Disney+ Marvel-related series--Marvel's Hero Project--as it has already been released or the upcoming Disney+ documentary series Marvel 616. The Disney CEO didn't comment further on exactly what these series were. Considering that--as far as we know--eight in development, does that mean one of these shows has been scrapped or was something like Falcon and Winter Soldier not included since it's far along in production?

Additionally, Iger wasn't also referring to Disney+ and Hulu combined though, as Hulu--on its own--has four series already in some form of production.

Hulu Marvel series in development:

  • Helstrom
  • Hit Monkey
  • The Offenders

This wasn't the only big announcement coming from Disney+. WandaVision, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, and Mandalorian all got rough release dates for 2020.

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