Lucasfilm isn’t the only studio working on miniseries for Disney+ as Marvel has already announced a whole bunch of shows set in the MCU coming to the streaming service. One of those shows is called WandaVision starring Elizabeth Olsen (and presumably Paul Bettany), and she herself confirms that production will be starting soon.
Olsen confirmed this at the red carpet during the Avengers: Endgame premiere (via The GWW) where she says that the show is aiming to start production this fall and will run for about six hours—most likely six episodes.
With a good chunk of Wanda and Vision’s romance happening offscreen, I’m sure the show will remedy that and give us a more natural development this time around. Olsen has also confirmed that the series will actually be drawing from the comics, and with the rumored 1950s sitcom setting, I’m pretty sure that we’re going to be delving into Wanda’s reality altering powers.
— Variety (@Variety) April 24, 2019
What are the odds that they’re actually adapting the House of M storyline? I mean, I’d wait for the X-Men to be available, but I guess now is a good a time as any before Olsen’s contract expires.
No release date has been set for WandaVision, but with production starting later this year, we could be looking at a release sometime next year or maybe 2021.