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Warning: WandaVision season 1 spoilers ahead.
WandaVision is really starting to pick up. In the last episode alone, we see Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) begin to question everything, Agnes (Kathryn Hahn) reveal herself as the powerful witch Agatha Harkness, and Vision (Paul Bettany) learn about his tragic fate outside of the Westview bubble — and that's not even including what's going on with the S.W.O.R.D. agents outside of the Hex.
With so much happening and Wanda's sitcom-like world quickly falling apart, it feels like there's a lot of ground still to cover on the show. But the sad, non-altered reality is, there really isn't much more of WandaVision season 1 to enjoy.
How many WandaVision episodes are there?
You won't like the answer, but here it goes: There are nine WandaVision episodes in total. After this week, there is only one episode of season 1 left until the finale on Friday, March 5, 2021.
If you ask us, season 1 flew by faster than QuickSilver himself. It feels like just yesterday that both episodes 1 and 2 came out on January 15. Since then, a new episode has been dropping every week — and now, we're left with only one more.
To jog your memory, here's a full list of all the WandaVision season 1 episodes along with their premiere dates on Disney+:
Episode 1: "Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience" - January 15
Episode 2: "Don't Touch That Dial" - January 15
Episode 3: "Now in Color" - January 22
Episode 4: "We Interrupt This Program" - January 29
Episode 5: "On a Very Special Episode..." - February 5
Episode 6: "All-New Halloween Spooktacular!" - February 12
Episode 7: "Breaking the Fourth Wall" - February 19
Episode 8: "Previously On" - February 26
Episode 9: Title TBA - March 5
In terms of the show's future beyond the season 1 finale, Elizabeth hinted to Collider that a second season of WandaVision might happen, even though Disney has yet to green-light another installment. We do know, however, that Elizabeth is going to be in Doctor Strange 2, while WandaVision's Teyonah Parris, a.k.a. Monica Rambeau, will be in Captain Marvel 2. In other words, regardless if WandaVision season 2 happens, fans will likely see more of Wanda's story play out in other Marvel/Disney+ projects in the future.
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