Marvel’s Disney+ Series Are Disappointing Now
Marvel kicked off Phase 4 with a bang with the Disney+ show WandaVision.
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Meanwhile, Marvel has served viewers excellent series such as Loki, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Moon Knight and What If....?
It seems that Marvel has launched a series on Disney + TV so that viewers can get a detailed understanding of future projects, whether it is a TV series or a movie.
In such a situation, it is very difficult to explain everything well in a two-hour film. So Marvel went to TV.
Fans will love Marvel's first TV series from Disney+. Of course, a TV series is somehow related to future movies or series.
But now it seems that Marvel's bid to create a Disney+ TV series has failed.
The recent release of Marvel's big disappointment Se-Hulk is a perfect example.
Even before that, Marvel's Hawkeye and Ms Marvel series were rejected by the public.
The reason is clear that despite being a superhero franchise, the recently released Marvel TV serie
s has turned into a drama.
One of the main reasons for the failure of recent Marvel TV series is not releasing all the episodes at the same time.
The episodes of the series are short in duration, sacrificing only Easter Eggs or nonsensical plot lines to prevent the audience from connecting.
Maybe that's why Marvel decided to turn Don Cheadle's Armor series into a movie.
Although Marvel's next TV series Secret Invasion looks impressive. Hopefully it won't disappoint the audience.
Marvel seems to have a very good release schedule for Phase 5 and 6, with series like Loki Season 2 and Echo coming out.
MCU Phase 4 after Black Panther: Wakanda Forever directed by Ryan Coogler, the film will be released on November 11, 2022.