Fans have been eagerly awaiting any news about a potential season 2 for the widely beloved WandaVision. However, it seems the show’s director isn’t confident in the prospects of a direct continuation of the Disney Plus series.

WandaVision is largely considered second only to Loki when it comes to the quality of the MCU’s Disney Plus offerings. The series was truly groundbreaking in a lot of ways, leading many to assume another season was almost guaranteed. The show’s director, Matt Shakman, casts doubt on the possibility of season 2, saying the original was a complete story already:

“I don’t think so, you know, we were telling a very specific story, a complete story; a story about grief, about Wanda’s journey, having lost Vision, and we completed that story. And Jac Schaeffer is an amazing writer who wrote ‘WandaVision’, [and she] has created a show called ‘Agatha: [Darkhold Diaries]’.”

“[‘Agatha is] not a ‘WandaVision‘ Season 2, but it’s definitely existing in that universe, of course, and with some of the characters that you met on that show, Agatha, in particular… So, you know, there are elements of ‘WandaVision‘ that are out there still in their own way. But, a proper WandaVision Season 2, with more sitcom styles, and all of that is definitely not in the cards.”

It’s certainly a shame that fans will never get a proper WandaVision season 2 given how well the first season was received. However, it seems the same kind of itch will be scratched by the numerous spin-offs from the series coming to Disney Plus, including Agatha: Darkhold Diaries and the upcoming Vision Quest series.

The folks at GiantFreakingRobot were the first to say that Vision is getting a television series back in 2021, following the final episode of the Disney Plus series WandaVision. Developed by Matt Shakman, WandaVision followed Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany’s Vision living in an imaginary town known as Westview. It ended with the creation of White Vision, with his fate being one of the show’s unresolved plot threads.

While Paul Bettany’s Vision has been missing for more than a year now, Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff was featured in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which was released this past May. The movie earned $955.7 million at the worldwide box office, making it one of the highest-grossing features of the year.

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