Disney revealed at last night’s Investor’s Day presentation that they are currently making 10 new Marvel and 10 new Star Wars shows for Disney Plus. This is HUGE news and I really cannot believe that we are going to get to see so many new Star Wars and Marvel shows.
Now, we already knew what some of these upcoming Disney Plus shows were, however, last night they revealed some of the other ones. So, I’m going to try and do my very best to name as many of these new shows as possible.
Let’s start off with the upcoming Marvel shows. So, we kick off with WandaVision, then The Falcon And The Winter Soldier. That’s followed by Loki, which will be followed by Hawkeye. Ms. Marvel will come after that, and that will be followed by She-Hulk. These shows should then be followed up by Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight TV show. We’re also getting the animated What If…? series, and also a new show called Secret Invasion which will star Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn. The final one of these upcoming Marvel shows is one starring Don Cheadle as War Machine alongside Mark Ruffalo as Dr. Bruce Banner. That show is called Armor Wars.
There are going to be 10 new Marvel and 10 new Star Wars shows
10 Marvel series. 10 Star Wars series. All called Disney Plus Originals. pic.twitter.com/5uLjYCZmzd
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OK, so now it’s time to go over the 10 new Star Wars shows. So, first, we have The Mandalorian Season 3. Then we have the Kenobi TV show. That’s followed by Andor, the Cassian Andor show. They also announced an Ahsoka Tano show, called Ahsoka, and a new live-action show called Rangers of the New Republic.
It was also revealed that Lucasfilm would be making a Lando series, and they also announced a new show called The Acolyte, which is the show being made my Russian Doll creator Leslye Headland. The other new Star Wars shows announced were animated. They were The Bad Batch, an anime anthology of short Star Wars films called Visions, and finally, A Droid Story, which will introduce a new droid alongside R2-D2 and C-3P0.
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