Disney Shifts Marvel Series Release Schedule Amidst Industry Strikes, Promises Enhanced Fan Experience

After altering its feature release schedule due to the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes, Disney is making the same move with the Marvel series.

However, there’s more to that as the Kevin Feige-led studio strives to provide the greatest product possible for its ardent fan following. Furthermore, because Disney+ is producing fewer products, the studio is spreading out its event programming.

The second season of the American television series ‘Loki,’ which is based on Marvel Comics, will be premiering on its actual scheduled date on October 6, 2023. The second season got the most trailer views of any Disney+ series, with its first season being the most viewed Marvel series on Disney+.

Although, it was expected to premiere earlier this year, the second season of the American animated anthology series created by A. C. Bradley, ‘What If…?’ will be released over the holidays.

The upcoming American television miniseries created by Marion Dayre, ‘Echo,’ was anticipated to debut in November 2023, but the ‘Hawkeye’ spinoff is now expected to be released next year in January.

The animated series ‘X-Men ’97’ will premiere early next year rather than in the autumn of 2023. ‘Agatha: Darkhold Diaries,’ starring Kathryn Hahn in the titular role, wrapped production a few months ago and will air in 2024, just in time for Halloween. It was scheduled to launch on Disney+ in late 2023.

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