The Avengers might have beaten Thanos, but that hasn’t put a stop to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The world’s largest film franchise has already announced a slew of Phase 4 projects, but television fans will also be getting their superhero fill on the small screen, too, especially now that Disney+ is live.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is no stranger to television shows, and although the Disney-Netflix partnership that delivered hits such as “Daredevil” and “Jessica Jones” has ended, there are a multitude of other television shows in the franchise that will be popping up in the next few years.
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Many of these were first unveiled during a massive presentation at Comic-Con in 2019, and in the months since then details have been trickling out about each of the projects as the upper level management overseeing Marvel television projects has changed. In October, Kevin Feige, who revitalized comic book fandom with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has been named Chief Creative Officer of Marvel, in addition to his current status as president of Marvel Studios. The move means that all of the company’s key film and television executives will report to Feige.
Here’s a rundown on all the Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero action that will be making its way to television in the near future:
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