The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 3 Release Date comes with it being halfway through the middle of the season. Just like that, the next episode of the weekly series marks the mid-season and the canon series continues to show promise in a way that all of its episodes are packed with oozing information that could prove useful not only to the series but also to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole.
Set after the events of the blip, everyone is still trying to get back on their feet, and having all those blipped reappear all at once just showed that while they are missed, those who were left suffering as some have been lost to the blip that is working, those who are breadwinners, and there are those whose business failed as well.
While those who were left tried to keep up with what has been left, those who just reappeared tires to catch up for the time they lost.
With a whole different way of storytelling as WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier starts with all the necessary elements laid out until the information that is needed could be stitched up and make some sense altogether in the end.
Disney+ is the exclusive home of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier where it could also be available in 4k. The series is an action-packed one where they may be scenes of violence that may not be suitable for children as it is rated 16+. Although there are times when it seems like the stream of Disney+ might not be working, there are ways where one can access it through Disney+.
It seems that The Falcon and The Winter Soldier has a formula in their episodes. They would start always with a montage of events with lines that are relevant to the episode and to the series itself and picking up from the style, they take the previous episode's line to grace the new episode's first scenes with fitting visuals for what the line says.
Warning! This portion may contain spoilers for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Read at your own risk!
What happened in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 2?
In The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 2, The Star-Spangled Man, a mix of various emotions were introduced to us by the series with the laughter, the tears, and the anger, for some, as the episode loads us with a lot of information by shedding some light to John Walker, showing Bucky's disappointment on the decision of Sam to give up the shield, and the introduction of the grim past of super-soldiers with Isaiah Bradley.
The episode opens with Rhodey's line, "the world is a crazy place right now. Allegiances torn apart…," the part Sam's speech where he talks about the man behind the symbols gives the meaning of it, and Bucky being reminded of his nightmares about the missions he had with Hydra.
John Walker shows that he is nervous about the upcoming ceremony for him and Lamar Hoskins, aka Battlestar, the what-seems-to-be new Bucky of the new Captain America, gets introduced. In the event, Walker says that he sees Steve Rogers as his brother even though they never even met once. (Really, bro? Isn't it too cliché?)
Sam and Bucky, on the other hand, meet at an aircraft hangar where Bucky lectures Sam on the shield and how he is disappointed that he gave the shield of Captain America away. They even talked about androids, aliens, and wizards, something that is already common to their life. They boarded a plane and went to Munich to pursue the Flag-Smashers.
They were outnumbered when they stood against eight members of the Flag Smashers. The new Captain America and Battlestar arrived on the scene and they all end up losing to the Flag Smashers.
Walker said that they were able to follow them because of Redwing and that he wants a team-up with The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Walker's tone sounded different when the two didn't agree and Walker said that if they would not join, they should not be in his way.
Bucky wanted to prove a point to Sam and he brings Sam to Baltimore to meet Isaiah Bradley, a super-soldier and recipient of the super-soldier serum in the early 50s who was a survivor of the grim and lethal experiments of the government to create another Captain America.
Bradley was revealed to be The First Black Captain America who wielded the shield but turned out to be jailed because of the same shield. He said he was in jail for 30 years where his life was like hell as he was experimented on over and over again.
The episode ends with yet another revelation, the Global Repatriation Council, a US government organization that supposedly helps the people who were blipped, considering them refugees, giving them a reactivated citizenship and social security, and providing them healthcare that they need. While it seems like there is a good cause, it is actually the funds that allow John Walker and Battlestar to act as heroes and kill anyone who seems to be a threat.
And finally, Zemo.
Where to Watch The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 3?
The official streaming platform of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is Disney+ like all other Marvel limited series that was announced by Marvel to have the world of TV series conquered in hopes of expanding their audience and making Marvel readily available for weekly consumption. Episode 3 of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will be exclusively on Disney+.
When is the Release Date and Time of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 3?
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will return on Friday, April 2, 2021, at 3 AM, on Disney+. The series continues to surprise the fans and the viewers with the revelations that are being laid down and how it all connects to both Sam and Bucky. To add, the addition of characters seems pivotal as they are not there for anything at all. Every character means something, maybe not today, but possibly, in the future.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 3 Countdown
One week left and we get to see another packed episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and the upcoming episode marks the mid-season episode, it's that fast, right? With only six episodes and a lot happening, it's intriguing to see how the events will unfold in the next few episodes. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier stream every Friday on Disney+.