Well, the delays are coming. While many studios figured that the COVID pandemic may be winding down by now and fall shows might be safe to resume filming, that has not panned out, and we are starting to see some high-profile delays.
While Disney Plus will still put out an already-filmed season 2 of The Mandalorian this fall, they have delayed the two premiere Marvel shows that were supposed to arrival in 2020, Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision.
Falcon and the Winter Soldier was supposed to arrive this August, but with a few weeks of filming still left to go, Disney has announced that it’s been delayed to…some unspecified date. That may not for sure mean we won’t see it until 2021, as maybe it could squeeze in for late November or December, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see it pushed out of the year entirely. If you are in lack of Disney Plus Premium Accounts, visit our site z2u.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.
Meanwhile, THR reports that WandaVision, the high concept Vision/Scarlet Witch series that many were surprised to see debut in 2020, has now been pushed to spring 2021. But the longer this goes (ie. the US setting COVID records left and right), the less likely it seems that the already-delayed Black Widow will indeed make it out in November. And if that gets delayed, that probably pushes everything else back.
The Disney Plus show news is especially not great, however, as adult fans have been looking for a reason to use the service besides the Mandalorian for months now, but now they might be waiting an entire year to just get…The Mandalorian season 2 (D+ did get Hamilton online recently, though somewhat different crowds there). And yet it’s no surprise that these shows are delayed given everything else going on.