Marvel fans sure have a lot to be excited about this week because it looks like Disney has two more unannounced Marvel shows in development for its new streaming site, Disney+.
Disney had an investors call earlier this week, and during the meeting (via Screen Rant), Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger discussed the many series Marvel has in development for Disney+. After talking about the recent Disney+ Super Bowl spot which highlighted some of Marvel's highly anticipated series like Falcon and The Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki, Iger talked about all of the other series to come.
"There are seven other Marvel series in various stages of development of pre-production," Iger told investors.
This doesn't really make sense, because Marvel Studios has only announced five other shows for Disney+ including Hawkeye, She-Hulk, Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, and the animated series What If?. This means that Marvel has two other unannounced series in development, an exciting new prospect for Marvel fans. What else could Marvel be planning for Disney+?
While it's possible that one of the mystery projects may be Marvel 616, the studio's documentary show focusing on the stories, characters, and creators of Marvel Comics in the context of their cultural and societal history, it's also likely that both of the two unannounced series will mean more exciting shows for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Perhaps Marvel may be planning a series based on the Secret Invasion. Or they could be planning a series based on Ironheart. Or the Young Avengers. Let's just wait and see.
WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier are expected to premiere sometime in 2020.