While we may not be getting any theatrical MCU content in 2020 after Black Widow was pushed back yet again, Disney+ is coming to the rescue with new shows for Marvel fans to enjoy. The first is set to be a docuseries called Marvel 616, which will feature unique and personal deep-dives into the various corners of the sprawling Marvel Universe from the comics to the MCU and far beyond.
We’ve already taken a look at some sneak-peeks of the show featuring clips of two episodes and seen the first trailer, but today Marvel’s official twitter account released yet another clip with more never-before-seen content. Take a look at it now.
In addition to the episodes centering on the C and D list characters of Marvel Comics and the genesis of massively popular new heroes like Kamala Khan, the clip features a look into moments taking a look at multiple facets of Marvel fandom. There are cosplayers, toy designers, even a shout-out to the meme-filled live-action Japanese Spider-Man TV Show.
And Marvel 616 won’t be the only Marvel show to hit the streaming service this year. The MCU’s first TV series, WandaVision, recently got a trailer of its own. While no exact premiere date has been set, it is scheduled for “late 2020.” The surreal superhero sitcom will follow Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Betany) as they try to navigate a strange, new, suspiciously idyllic world they’ve both found themselves in, somehow, after the events of Avengers: Endgame.
Marvel 616 premieres on Disney+ on November 20.
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