Release dates for new series are fuzzier than those for the movies in MCU Phase 4, but the shows themselves may be even more exciting than their cinematic counterparts.
Here are 10 confirmed Marvel TV shows to look forward to in the MCU’s Phase 4.
August 11, 2021
Guided by The Watcher, What If...? explores what might have happened if major events in the MCU timeline went differently. As it turns out, there could have been a lot more zombies running around.
November 24, 2021
The only Avenger without a standalone movie is getting a TV series instead. Hawkeyefollows Clint Barton as he trains his successor, Kate Bishop.
Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old Captain Marvel fangirl, finds out she has powers of her own in this upcoming series. Star Iman Vellani is also playing Ms. Marvel in The Marvels movie, slated for 2022.
We know Moon Knight will star Oscar Isaac and Ethan Hawke, but plot details are scarce. The MCU could get downright spooky in Moon Knight, with rumors about werewolves and even Dracula showing up.
Based on the comic arc of the same name, Secret Invasion stars Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury fighting back against an infiltration by the shapeshifting Skrulls.
She-Hulk is a comedy about a superhero-focused lawyer who becomes a superhero herself following a gamma-filled blood transfusion. It stars Tatiana Maslany, plus Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk and Jameela Jamil as the supervillain Titania.
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special
It may sound like a goof, but The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special is real — and director James Gunn says it’s required viewing before Guardians Vol. 3.
The Armor Wars comic arc focuses on Tony Stark fighting to keep his technology out of the wrong hands. The Disney Plus series will follow a similar storyline, but with Don Cheadle’s War Machine in the driver’s seat.
Teen genius Riri Williams creates what Marvel calls “the most advanced suit of armor since Iron Man” in this series. The plot is still under wraps, but it will star Dominique Thorne of If Beale Street Could Talk and Judas and the Black Messiah.
Untitled Wakanda series
The most mysterious upcoming series will be set in Wakanda. Aside from director Ryan Coogler’s involvement, nothing has been revealed yet, but it could pick up a cryptic hint dropped in Endgame.