Everything You Need to Know About the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Upcoming TV Shows

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The Avengers might have beaten Thanos, but that hasn't put a stop to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The world's largest film franchise has already announced a slew of Phase 4 projects, but television fans will also be getting their superhero fill on the small screen, too.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is no stranger to television shows, and hough the Disney-Netflix partnership that delivered hits such as “Daredevil” and “Jessica Jones” has ended, there are a multitude of other television shows in the franchise that will be popping up in the next few years.

Here's a rundown on all the Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero action that will be making its way to television in the near future:

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“Runaways” Season 3 Hulu, December 13

“Runaways” started as a handful of superpowered kids facing off against their villainous, similarly powerful parents, but as with all things Marvel, the plot has become more esoteric and high-stakes as the show continues to evolve on Hulu. Season 3 will follow the Runaways as they search for their lost friends, a quest that will eventually see them face off against the dark sorceress Morgan le Fay Elizabeth Hurley. The show has also teased a crossover with the “Cloak & Dagger” cast even though that Freeform series has yet to be renewed for a third season, but specific details about a potential convergence of casts have been kept under wraps.

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“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Season 7 ABC, Mid 2020

It's been a long, winding road for the longest-running Marvel Cinematic Universe television show, full of hostile aliens, time travel, spacefaring, and even a genetic doppleganger of the primary protagonist. Season 7 will wrap up the series and, hough not much has been revealed about its plot, the season's teaser-trailer suggests that the Chronicoms — face-stealing quasi-robots, this show has gotten pretty weird over the years — are going to be some of the season's big baddies.

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“Helstrom” Hulu, 2020

“Helstrom” is expected to follow Daimon and Ana Helstrom Tom Austen and Sydney Lemmon, respectively, the children of a supposed serial killer who are haunted by their family legacy. The duo, who have a complicated relationship and are the children of Satan in Marvel lore, will work together to track down the worst criminals who terrorize humanity. Elizabeth Marvel will also star as Victoria Helstrom, who has been institutionalized for 20 years and is plagued by demons. Pictured: Elizabeth Marvel

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“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” Disney+, Late 2020

Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan are set to reprise their MCU film roles as the Falcon and the Winter Soldier, respectively, in their own Disney+ series. Both characters have close ties to Captain America, who passed his shield on to the Falcon at the end of “Avengers: Endgame.” Although the Falcon and Winter Soldier were occasionally at odds with the other in comic book lore, the duo are on good terms in the MCU canon. Plot details are unclear — which is understandable, as filming is apparently only beginning this month — but as the first MCU television series on Disney+, expectations are undoubtedly high.

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“WandaVision” Disney+, Early 2021

Elizabeth Olsen will reprise her role as the mutant sorceress Scarlet Witch, opposite Paul Bettany as Vision. The latter plot point is curious, considering [spoiler alert] Vision died in “Avengers: Infinity War” and wasn't revived alongside the other fallen superheroes in “Avengers: Endgame.” Regardless, nothing really stays dead in comic book mythos, and the duo are expected to be reunited in some way, be it time travel, resurrection, or some other plot mutation.

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“Loki” Disney+, Early 2021

Loki Tom Hiddleston seemingly died for the third time in “Avengers: Infinity War,” though the character reappeared in the timeline-bending “Avengers: Endgame.” It's unknown if this more villanious version of the character is the one that will be featured in the upcoming Disney+ series, but given the franchise's recent openness to time-traveling shenanigans, it wouldn't be surprising to see Loki trek through time and space throughout his six-episode series.

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“What If...?” Disney+, Mid 2021

The original “What If...?” comic book series explored how events would've played out if key Marvel plot points turned out differently. Given the character and universe-shattering events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe thus far, the possibilities for this non-canon series are endless: What would've happened if Killmonger defeated T'Challa/Black Panther? What if Ultron succeeded in his plan to eradicate human civilization? What if Thanos' snap wasn't undone by the Avengers? Will any of these things actually be explored in the series? Time will tell... Pictured: “Avengers: Endgame

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“Hawkeye” Disney+, Late 2021

Clint Barton/Hawkeye Jeremy Renner became a violent vigilante in “Avengers Endgame,” but is expected to train and pass his superhero mantle to a young Kate Bishop in the expert marksman's own Disney+ series. Given that the series is around two years away, other plot details are unknown, but the show recently tapped Jonathan Igla “Mad Men” to write and executive produce the series.

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Ms. Marvel,” “Moon Knight,” and “She-Hulk” Disney+, TBA

Disney announced that Disney+ series focused on Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk were all in development during the company's D23 event in August. Details about the three series are scarce and none of them are expected to hit the streaming service in the near future. Regardless, a few facts are known: “Ms. Marvel” will serve as the first time a Marvel Muslim-American superhero gets her own live-action series, “She-Hulk” will follow Bruce Banner's cousin, who becomes empowered with Hulk-like abilities, and “Moon Knight” will portray a CIA agent whose psyche is split into four personalities. Pictured: Ms. Marvel

Marvel's first Muslim superhero to star in her own comic book title will now get her own live-action show on Disney+, with British writer Bisha K. Ali aboard as writer and showrunner. Ali is currently a writer on the Hulu comedy seriesFour Weddings and a Funeral.” The protagonist is a Muslim Pakistani teen from Jersey City, who will be introduced in the Disney+ series before launching into the MCU films.

Source: Indiewire

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