Gary is a geeky-binge watcher who loves to pen down all that he watches. The night-owl has just got two hobbies, binge-watching all the latest shows and writing everything about them.
MCU hit TV shows have grabbed the spotlight after the release of Ms. Marvel and Moon Knight, which surely need another season as the fans requested more than the others like The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
The following Marvel Studios TV show is about to launch on Disney+. With Jen Walters assuming her cousin’s gamma-radiated superpowers and leading a new law office committed to defending Earth’s Mightiest Heroes against criminal accusations, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law aims to blend superhero spectacle with a legal procedure.
Well, as it is pretty much known to the fans that Marvel’s shows do not come with a second season planned, there is still hope for some shows to hit the screens back with their second seasons like Lowkey, What, If? Hawkeye and Moon Knight.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was regarded as one of the MCU’s poorest streaming films. Sam and Bucky, unwillingly working together as “buddy cops” to tackle crime had a lot of potential, but the show took some time to get rolling. The second episode was the first in which Sam and Bucky shared a screen. However, despite several excellent highlight episodes, it didn’t live up to its full potential.
After Sam’s power-packed performance in the Finale episode, there is no need for the show to come back with the second season as Sam already has his film in the making.
WandaVision’s first season concluded with Wanda accepting Vision’s departure and giving up her comedy fantasyland. But unfortunately, Wanda ultimately sacrificed to destroy the cursed book after becoming corrupted by the Darkhold in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. So she wouldn’t be available to appear in season 2 anyhow.
Wanda was introduced in a different form in the Earth-838 reality by Multiverse of Madness. Wanda-838 lives the beautiful suburban sitcom life that Wanda-616 envisioned for herself and her kids, Billy and Tommy. Wanda-616 killing the Illuminati after dream-walking into Wanda-838 in Season 2 of WandaVision may be the main topic.
The animated anthology series What If…? is one of Marvel’s few streaming projects with a second season on the way. The first season received mixed reviews. The show was acclaimed for its stunning animation, but several critics believed the speculative story fell short of its promise. But that is precisely why a second season is required.
The writers require further opportunities to examine the ideas’ possibilities thoroughly. For example, season 2 could pose more thought-provoking questions, such as “What if Thor threw a massive party?” instead of “What if Thor threw a big party?”
Ms. Marvel, like The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, continues on the big screen. Following Brie Larson’s cameo in the finale, Kamala Khan has been cast in The Marvels with Carol Danvers and Monica Rambeau. Because Kamala is making a move to the big screen, the second season of Ms. Marvel isn’t quite necessary.
Although the series is still worth watching in the future, the first season was visually appealing and had a beautiful mix between superhero action and high school drama. Some unfinished business from Season 1 has to be resolved in a forthcoming second season, such as Kamala’s developing relationship with Zoe and her ignorance of Bruno’s feelings.
In the first season of Hawkeye, Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld forged an unbreakable bond as a grizzled veteran Avenger and his eager young protégé. It would be a waste if Marvel never teams them up for another adventure. They worked well together, and their casual antics welcomed a change of pace.
The performance’s vibe was balanced between humorous banter and more serious emotional material. Season 2 may focus on a new holiday, such as Thanksgiving or the Fourth of July, or it might be another Christmas storyline.
The MCU has almost 100 hours of content. Thus, it’s quite challenging for the series to include genuine shocks in its works. However, Moon Knight stood out significantly from the rest of Marvel’s catalog. Moon Knight, a mind-bending psychological thriller, gave viewers a close-up look at Marc Spector’s shattered psyche as his mild-mannered Steven Grant persona grew into its own. The show should have gotten more than one season due to Oscar Isaac’s eccentric dual performance in the lead part. In the mid-credits sequence of Season 1, Jake Lockley, Marc’s third personality, made his debut. The show requires a second season to fully examine how the Jake identity is employed to shield Marc from the agony of his most bizarre jobs.
Same as What If? there will already be a second season of Loki. With the TVA’s time-policing shenanigans, the first season not only established an entertaining sci-fi procedural idea worth returning to but also ended in a jaw-dropping cliffhanger that viewers can’t wait to see resolved. The trickster god is stuck in the wrong universe where a different Kang variety is in command after his encounter with Kang variant “He Who Remains.” The show features fan favorites that viewers are eager to see again, such as Loki’s squabbling “buddy policeman” chemistry with Mobius and all the other incarnations of the God of Mischief.