1. Ms. Marvel

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What We Know So Far: This is a TV show based on Ms. Marvel, also known as Kamala Khan, a Marvel Comics character. The protagonist is a teenage Pakistani American girl with shapeshifting talents who learns she is an Inhuman. She takes on the position of Ms. Marvel in the comics, which she inherits from Carol Danvers’ Captain Marvel. Because Kamala Khan will also feature in Captain Marvel 2, Ms. Marvel’s tale will be intertwined with that of Captain Marvel 2. Ms. Marvel will be led by rookie Iman Vellani, who will debut in September 2020. Bisha K. Ali is the showrunner, and Adil El Arbi Bilall Fallah, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, and Meera Menon are among the directors. The show may get premiered in mid-2022.

2. Moon Knight

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Marc Spector in Moon Knight is another of Marvel’s future new characters who will be shown on Disney+. Marc Spector is a mercenary with dissociative identity disorder who was granted powers by the moon god Khonshu. The first look at Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight will be published on Disney+ Day 2021 as part of Disney+ Day 2021. Ethan Hawke is playing the series’ antagonist, and rumors suggest he’s the Sun King. Also, cast are Jean-Paul DuChamp, Marlene Arlaune, Eddie Silver, and Willow Silver. The series will premiere on March 30, 2022, and will consist of six episodes.

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3. Secret Invasion

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Secret Invasion, one of Marvel’s most well-known comic arcs, will be adapted as a TV series in December 2020. In a storyline that, at least in the books, saw several renowned superheroes replaced by Skrull lookalikes, Ben Mendelsohn reprises his Captain Marvel role as the Skrull Talos, alongside Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury. Captain Marvel inverted the narrative and made the Skrulls the sympathetic good guys while the Kree, their sworn adversary, became the villains, and the last time we saw Nick Fury, he was floating in space aboard a giant Skrull ship. As a result, be prepared for a tremendous event. The show’s lead writer is Kyle Bradstreet, while the antagonist is Kingsley Ben-Adir. Secret Invasion will have six episodes, all of which will be released in 2022.

4. She Hulk

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Jennifer Walters is Bruce Banner’s cousin, and after receiving a blood transfusion from him, she gets Hulk abilities. Jessica Gao, who earned an Emmy for her work on Rick and Morty’s “Pickle Rick” episode, will be the showrunner. In December 2020, Marvel revealed Tatiana Maslany as the title character, as well as Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner and Tim Roth as the Abomination, both of whom will reprise their roles from The Incredible Hulk. The show will be a half-hour legal comedy, according to Feige, with ten episodes in its initial season.

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5. Loki (Season 2)

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The post-credits scene for Loki season 1’s final episode announced that there would be a second season. There’s no word on when Loki season 2 will be released, or how it will fit into the MCU’s bigger release timetable. While it’s possible that the second season will focus on answering some of the unsolved questions from the first, it’s also possible that they’ll have already been addressed in larger releases like Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. One thing that seems safe to assume is that Loki, Sylvie, and Mobius will make cameo appearances.

5. Agatha: House of Harkness

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Kathryn Hahn will play Agatha Harkness in her own solo series after making her MCU debut as part of WandaVision. The show was first announced in October 2021, followed by the official title a month later. As part of her overall pact with Marvel Studios and 20th Century Television, which she first inked in May, WandaVision head writer and executive producer Jac Schaeffer is allegedly returning to oversee Agatha: House of Harkness as writer and EP. For the time being, no more casting information or episode count for the future show has been announced.

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7. Marvel Zombies

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Following the success of the ‘What If…‘ version ?’s on Marvel Zombies, many fans demanded more MCU zombies. The Marvel Zombies series was announced on Disney+ Day 2021, which fulfilled this promise. It’s unclear whether the program will be based on the What If…? zombie universe or will take its own spin on the concept. Bryan Andrews will direct the film, and Zeb Wells will pen the script. The zombie episode of What If…? ended on one of the season’s biggest cliffhangers, and while the zombies returned for the conclusion, Marvel Studios might finally show viewers what zombie Thanos is capable of in Wakanda if Marvel Zombies returns to that continent.