What to Know About the Possibility of 'WandaVision' Season 2

Tierney McAfee
·3 min read

From The Pioneer Woman

When it comes to sitcoms, you may think you've seen it all. But that's just because you haven't seen WandaVision yet!

The new Disney+ series pays homage to classic sitcoms of every decade—including The Dick Van Dyke Show, Family Ties, Malcolm in the Middle, and Modern Family, to name a few—all while weaving in clues that propel forward a darker, underlying plot.

Eventually, the cracks in the sitcom structure get blown wide open and we learn the untold origin story of Wanda Maximoff a.k.a. the Scarlet Witch!

This new addition to the Marvel universe is complicated, sure, but in the best way possible. Let's just say we blew through all nine episodes of season 1, then rewatched it all, and we still have questions. At the very top of our list is of course:

Will there be a season 2 of "WandaVision"?

Unfortunately, there are no plans yet for a second season of WandaVision. Still, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently told reporters at a virtual TCA press tour panel that more episodes about Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision's (Paul Bettany) love story aren't totally off the table.

“I’ve been at Marvel too long to say a definite no or yes to anything, in regards to another season of WandaVision,” he said, adding that a season 2 “will be dictated by the story” of Marvel’s upcoming series and films.

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Photo credit: Disney+

Okay, so this means that we might not get a second season of WandaVision, at least not anytime soon. BUT either way, we haven't seen the last of Wanda.

Oh? So, where can we see Wanda next?

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Photo credit: Disney+

It's already been confirmed that Elizabeth Olsen will appear in the next Doctor Strange film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, due out March 25, 2022. Hooray!

And to be clear, Kevin Feige didn't totally rule out the possibility of more WandaVision. “The fun of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) is all of the crossover between series and films. Sometimes [a show] will go into a season 2, and sometimes it will go into a movie and then back into a series,” he said.

Consider our fingers crossed!

What about Vision? Is Vision dead or will he be back?

Warning: Spoilers ahead!

We learn amid season 1 that the Vision we know and love is in fact dead, and S.W.O.R.D. headquarters is in possession of his body.

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Photo credit: Disney+

In her grief, Wanda used her red chaos magic to create not only a sitcom-perfect version of the town of Westview, but also a new, living version of Vision. The only catch is, this Vision can only exist inside Wanda's magical Westview bubble.

In the end, a repentant Wanda bursts her own bubble, freeing the people of Westview, and tragically destroying the Vision we're familiar with in the process.

Got all that? Good, because there's more.

While all of this was unfolding, S.W.O.R.D reassembled and reactivated the original Vision, albeit without his memories and emotions. This Vision was given an all-white appearance and one mission: Kill Wanda Maximoff. Fortunately, before he dies, Westview Vision stops White Vision and gives him back his memories, including his love story with Wanda. White Vision then bows out and is never seen again in the finale.

*Presumably* this means he's still alive. Will we meet him again in Wanda's ongoing story? We'll have to wait and see!

Have you watched WandaVision yet? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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