2022 may have been a polarizing year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe but there's no denying that fans were drowning with content courtesy of Marvel Studios. Now, as we head towards 2023, it looks like the studio will be taking things a little easy this time around, especially after several complaints from fans that the quality of MCU shows and films drastically declined due to the overabundance of projects.
According to a release bulletin from Disney+ Japan, only three MCU shows will be released in the forthcoming year, with Agatha: Coven of Chaos conspicuous by its absence. Apart from the WandaVision spinoff show, projects like Echo, What If…? Season 2, and X-Men ‘97 also aren't listed on the said slate.
As of their latest listings, only Secret Invasion, Loki Season 2, and Ironheart are the shows fans should be on the lookout for in 2023.
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Initially, Agatha: Coven of Chaos was slated for a Winter 2023 release but it looks like Marvel Studios has decided to push it back to perhaps sometime in 2024. It's worth noting though that a recent rumor suggested that the Kathryn Hahn-led series suffered a two-year delay but Kevin Feige and company have yet to make things official.
Meanwhile, all episodes of WandaVision are available to stream on Disney+.