WandaVision Episode 9 Reaction Roundup: What Did Everyone Think Of The Final Episode?
Here is what people on Twitter thought about the final Disney+ MCU show.
The very first Disney+ MCU series has wrapped up. The only season of WandaVision has come to a close, and the series took fans on quite the journey. But what did those fans think of the finale and how it all wrapped up?
We've combed through Twitter to check out some fan and critic reactions to the final episode. Take note, if you haven't seen the episode yet--or maybe even if you have--there are two sequences during the credits to stick around for. And you do not want to miss them.
Non-spoiler WandaVision heads up: There is a mid-credit AND post-credit sequence this week.— Mat Elfring (@ImMatElfring) March 5, 2021
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Of course, within this collection of Twitter yellings, there will be spoilers. So please, don't read any further if you haven't seen the episode and are planning on watching it. Be like Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Melissa Fumero when navigating the internet. This tweet below is your last warning and a buffer between spoiler-country.
Whether you liked the finale or not, the finale of WandaVision was incredibly emotional. A series that dealt with loss, trauma, and grief ended with a heaping helping of loss, trauma, and grief for the Scarlett Witch.
One moment that many people talked about was "Pietro" (Evan Peters) being revealed as just some guy, with no connection to the Quicksilver from the X-Men movie universe.
//WandaVision Finale Spoilers— 🍄SucyRolls🍄 (@RollsSucy) March 5, 2021
They really brought in Pietro Evan Peters for 8 weeks just to use him for a Boner joke pic.twitter.com/wOSQop50Dk
But of course, Marvel has trained its fans to think there's always a big third act swerve coming, which has led to a lot of speculation and fan theories over the past few months. However, WandaVision was a bit different.
#WandaVision finale was great. I think the show taught us that speculation about Marvel properties will always let us down. We built up this whole “Mutants are gonna happen!” thing and of course they weren’t. BUT, the whole Evan Peters thing was a mean trick. #MCU #Marvel— Russell James (@autism_songs) March 5, 2021
Felling like #WandaVision was overhyped for the final episode. But don't get me wrong it was still very good.— Steven Mojica (@SteveMojica) March 5, 2021
One character that was a bit left out for the finale was none other than Darcy, played by Kat Dennings. She had one very quick scene during the final episode.
I feel like in the end we didn’t get enough of Darcy, she kinda peaced out. I wonder if her filming schedule didn’t work out or something with Covid #WandaVision— Lindsay Kwek (@LindsayNK9) March 5, 2021
For many, watching WandaVision on Friday mornings was an experience they haven't had since they were a child.
Woke up at 7am to watch #WandaVision and realized:— Elyse Willems (@ElyseWillems) March 5, 2021
This is the adult equivalent of getting up early and watching Saturday morning cartoons. No phone or doom-scrolling in the AM. It was really lovely.
See you at #FalconAndWinterSoldier !
I didn't hate the #WandaVision finale. I didn't particularly love it. Like a lot of MCU stories, the stage setting and build-up are the parts I resonated with. The climax was flawed, but fine. However, I'll forever love this show for its exploration of grief and trauma.— Chris E. Hayner (@ChrisHayner) March 5, 2021
That's it for WandaVision, but you can still learn more about the final episode of the series by check out the Easter eggs from the finale. And if you love the show, you can pick up some cool Funko Pops based on the show.