Agatha All Along Trailer Reveals WandaVision Villain's Spooky Return

Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness in Agatha All Along
Credit: Marvel Television

Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness in Agatha All Along
Credit: Marvel Television

Marvel Television has finally released the first trailer for the highly-anticipated MCU series Agatha All Along.

Following the success of WandaVision, Marvel Studios started working on a new series that will focus on fan-favorite villain Agatha Harkness and her adventure in Westview following the events of the acclaimed series.

So far, most of the plot details are being kept under wraps, but we can expect most of the familiar faces from WandaVision to show up in the series alongside the new witches that will join Agatha's coven.

Agatha All Along Unleashes First Trailer

The first trailer for Marvel Television's Agatha All Along was finally released today, and it gave us our first look at Agatha Harkness' next adventure in Westview.

The preview started with Agatha, in detective mode, investigating the mysterious death of a certain Jane Doe (who seemingly looks like the Scarlet Witch). Then, she was visited by Aubrey Plaza's Rio Vidal who reminded her that she was still under Wanda's spell.

The rest of the trailer showed various glimpses of the new and returning characters that we can expect to appear in the series such as Lilia Calderu (Patti LuPone), Jennifer Kale (Sasheer Zamata), Sharon Davis (Debra Jo Rupp), and more.

Joe Locke's Billy Kaplan was also highlighted during the trailer and he seemingly acts like Agatha's sidekick in her adventure.

Based on the trailer, the series looks visually impressive as they are committed to the story's dark tone and old-school horror storytelling with practical sets and effects and a style that is reminiscent of classic witch stories.

The trailer also seems to "confirm" that Wanda Maximoff aka the Scarlet Witch died following the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

MCU fans are in for a treat as everything they've shown is promising. Hopefully, the series lives up to the hype when we watch it this Halloween season.

The first two episodes of Agatha All Along are set to premiere on Disney+ this September 18.

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