WandaVision On Disney+: Episode 8 ("Previously On") Out Now, Theories, Easter Eggs, And More

WandaVision airs on Disney+ on Fridays.


Episode 8 ("Previously On") of the Disney+ MCU series WandaVision just landed. Who knew that it was Agatha all along? Probably everyone if you've been paying attention to the show at all. The most recent episode was a big turning point for the series, one impatient critics have been waiting for. However, there were plenty of Easter eggs throughout the episode you might have missed. Now, onto Episode 8.

The Disney+ series follows Vision (Paul Bettany) and Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) as they live their lives, seemingly trapped in a sitcom which bounces around between time periods, with something much more sinister at its core. If you are caught up and still trying to figure out what's happening, that's a journey you can join us on as GameSpot delves into a number of theories about the TV show every week. If you still aren't sold on the series, perhaps GameSpot's WandaVision review will convince you.

The show is dealing with a post-Avengers: Endgame Wanda and Vision. That said, it's worth noting Vision was still definitely dead when that movie ended. How is he back? Is he actually back? These are all things we're trying to figure out.

WandaVision episode air dates:

New episodes of WandaVision will hit Disney+ on Fridays at 12 AM PT / 3 AM ET, so you'll have to stay up late to check out what the duo are up to or avoid all the internet Friday morning before you have a chance to watch. Episode 9 is due to release on March 5, which will be the conclusion of the series.

How to watch:

There is only one way to watch WandaVision, and that's on Disney+. The streaming service costs $7 a month (or $70 a year), and you can watch movies and TV shows from Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, National Geographic, and of course, Disney. Additionally, you can bundle Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN+ for $13 a month.

You can check out the release schedule for the show below, as well as our Easter egg deep dives for the episodes already released, below.

However, this isn't the only thing we're getting from Marvel this year. Currently, Black Widow arrives on May 7, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on July 9, Eternals on November 5, and Spider-Man 3 on December 17. However, that's just movies. Disney+ has a few more TV shows coming this year, including The Falcon and The Winter Soldier on March 19, Loki in June, and What If...?, Ms. Marvel, and Hawkeye landing sometime later this year.

And after you're finished watching each new episode, head back to GameSpot for tons of coverage, including checking out all the Easter eggs you may have missed.

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