Created by Jac Schaeffer, the six-episode miniseries is Disney+'s first Marvel series. In it, Wanda and Vision live a quintessential suburban life—or so it seems. It's not fully clear where the show lies on the MCU timeline especially because—SPOILER—Vision died in Avengers: Infinity War. Is this what Wanda was up to during the 5-year snap? Does this alternate universe have to do with Wanda's reality-shifting powers? Did Wanda figure out a way to bring her beloved Vis back without the Mind Stone? We'll see.
Who stars in WandaVision?
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany will reprise their Avengers roles as Wanda Maximoff (aka Scarlet Witch) and Vision, respectively. The show will also star Kathryn Hahn, Kat Dennings, Teyonah Parris, and Randall Park.
Is there a trailer?
An epic trailer for WandaVision dropped at the 2020 Emmys which revealed that WandaVision will blend classic TV sitcom tropes and superhero antics with a dash of surrealism and a pinch of unexpected humor.
When does WandaVision premiere?
There's no official release date yet but rumors are the show—which had to halt production earlier this year due to COVID—will drop in December.
Where can I watch WandaVision?
Time to splurge on that Disney+ account! Unsurprisingly, the Marvel Studios show will be available on Disney's streaming service. The good news? While you wait for WandaVision you can binge every single Marvel movie ever to catch up on Wanda and Vision's backstories.