Hasbro has given us the basic release schedule for the Marvel shows coming to Disney+.
During their Toy Fair 2020 presentation Hasbro showed a basic schedule and confirmed that Hawkeye and Ms. Marvel are still slated for 2021. The shows will join Loki and What If? for that release year.
The graphic also tells us that we can expect for Disney XD, Disney Junior, Video Games and Theatrical releases.
Hawkeye has had rumors of cancellation or delays over the past few months, but apparently Disney, Marvel and Hasbro expect it to be back on track moving forward.
The release window doesn’t give us specific dates but we can see that the show is back on track for release in 2021. It was rumored to be filmed around the same time as Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight and She-Hulk.
Hawkeye is rumored to be about Clint Barton ( Hawkeye,) will “pass the torch” to Kate Bishop.
In the Marvel comics Kate Bishop is the person who becomes Hawkeye after Clint Barton and she is also a member of the Young Avengers. It would make sense that Disney would move towards doing something with that group as well.
The show is expected to be six to eight episodes long.
Ms. Marvel aka Kamala Khan is currently casting and is said to begin filming this summer.
Previously it was thought that this one might be releasing in 2022, but now it seems it will be coming earlier than expected. I am not sure how many episodes it will be but I would think it was similar to Hawkeye with six to eight episodes.
(Moon Knight and She-Hulk are also coming soon, as I mentioned above, but they might be 2022 since they aren’t on the graphic.)
Of course schedules can change and we have no confirmation from Disney or Marvel, but Hasbro is working closely with them so we can assume this is accurate as of the Toy Fair New York event.
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