WandaVision’s Last Three Episodes Will Each Be One Hour Long


It’s been revealed that WandaVision’s final three episodes on Disney Plus will be each be one-hour long, which is pretty darn cool. This news was revealed via Kevin Feige himself, but we got it via Superhero Spotlight on Facebook.

I think I’m safe in saying that people have really been enjoying WandaVision’s last couple of episodes. They’ve been pretty intense and we’re still none-the-wiser as to what’s really going on in this story.

It sounds like the final three episodes are going to be a bit longer than all the previous episodes have been so far, which is great news to me! I’ve been loving the show so far, but I do think the episodes have been on the short side.

WandaVision Episodes 7,8 and 9 will be one-hour-long each

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OK, so why do we think that the final three episodes will be one-hour-long each? Well, it’s because of Kevin Feige himself. He revealed in a previous interview that the show is six hours long, and so far each episode has been around 30 minutes each.

So, that means that we’ve seen three hours of the show so far, and that then leaves three more hours of WandaVision to watch. There is the possibility that they could be splitting the time up a bit in-between each upcoming episode. However, it does seem as though each of the final three episodes are each going to be roughly one hour in length.

What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to watching the final three episodes of WandaVison on Disney Plus? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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  1. Sampson Ireman

    Disney is making shows that are short because of money.
    People didn’t care when the Mandalorian did it, so Disney knows it’s ok to make short ep and drag out the series for profit. I just hope Netflix and HBO don’t do the same. I have a feeling because of the success of Disney doing it it will be inevitable that these other services will do the same.

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