Revised Disney Schedule Reveals Marvel Shows Coming in 2024

Revised Disney Schedule Reveals Marvel Shows Coming in 2024

Bob Iger just revealed that the studio aims to cut back on its creative output. Fans can anticipate 2 or 3 movies per year, along with 2 shows. This decision follows a disastrous year for Disney, which landed them as the top box-office loser, with the most movies on the flop list.

The new release plan appears to be taking effect, with only ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ hitting screens this year. However, this is probably due more to last year’s SAG-AFTRA strike than a shift in strategy.

Despite the updates, the new Disney schedule still promises a wealth of Marvel content. Leading the charge is the arrival of ‘Hit Monkey’ season 2 on Disney+ on July 15th. While it may not fall under the MCU umbrella, the show boasts a dedicated fan base and is regarded as one of the top Marvel-based animated series at present.

‘Agatha: Darkhold Diaries’ is also slated for release this year, though the exact date remains a mystery. All signs indicate a Fall debut, perfectly timed for Halloween. Recent rumors suggest that marketing materials and the trailer are already in the works.

The ‘Eyes of Wakanda’ animated series is also set to premiere this year. Announced fairly recently, it’s an anthology series delving into Wakanda’s history and its heroes as they pursue vibranium artifacts. The series is said to comprise four episodes.

The final Marvel-based show on the lineup is ‘Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man,’ with a confirmed premiere date of November 2, 2024. The series will center on a young Spider-Man.

There’s been speculation about the release of ‘What If…?’ Season 3 this year, but it’s not confirmed. As it stands, 2024 seems to be Marvel Studios’ year for animated content.

For Star Wars enthusiasts, Star Wars: The Acolyte’ is set to debut on June 4th, 2024, followed by ‘Star Wars: The Skeleton Crew’ around Christmas.

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