There's been a lot of discussion surrounding the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase Four and while it can't be denied that it started off on a very promising note, it ended up delivering some of the most polarizing projects in recent memory. Sure, a lot of people still enjoy the seemingly neverending content handed out by Marvel Studios but some fans are beginning to experience "superhero fatigue" and to them, the way the MCU's quality has drastically declined over the last year doesn't help.
Currently, the billion-dollar franchise's slate is full heading into the culmination of the Multiverse Saga with a total of five shows slated for 2023 alone. Well, make that four because as per a new rumor, Marvel Studios is dialing down on streaming content next year and one anticipated project has reportedly been affected.
According to a new scoop from the folks at Giant Freakin Robot, Agatha: Coven of Chaos has suffered a shocking two-year delay. Originally the WandaVision spinoff series was slated for a Winter 2023 release window but now, GFR claims as per its sources that Agatha Harkness will return to our streaming devices sometime in 2025.
As it stands, nothing has been officially set in stone but the outlet speculates that it has something to do with Marvel Studios prioritizing quality over quantity for the next two phases.
Also Read: Kathryn Hahn Plays Coy On What She Knows About Agatha: Coven of Chaos
and with rumors suggesting Elizabeth Olsen will make her grand return in Avengers: Secret Wars, putting Coven of Chaos much closer to the Multiverse Saga finale's release would be a great idea as it also reportedly sets up the Scarlet Witch's bewitching comeback.
Meanwhile, all episodes of WandaVision are available to stream on Disney+.