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MCU Television

  • WandaVision (MCU 24)
    • Wanda and Vision are trapped in a series of sitcoms from decades past, and they don't seem to think there's anything wrong with it. Also, shouldn't Vision be dead? Just what is going on here?
  • The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (MCU 25)
    • Steve chose Sam to be the new Captain America, but when Sam sets the shield, and the identity, aside because he doesn't feel like him taking over the role honors it, the American government chooses a new Captain America. Now Sam and Bucky have to deal with the consequences.
  • Loki (MCU 26)
    • Although Loki died at the beginning of Infinity War, another version of him broke free of the timeline mid-way into Endgame. Now that Loki is back and he's gained the ire of the Time Variance Authority. He's fighting against the constraints of the timeline for the fate of free will.
  • What If...? (MCU 28)
    • We explore the multiverse from the perspective of various alternate character as we ponder the question... "What If...?"
  • Hawkeye (MCU 31)
    • It's Hawkeye and Hawkeye in a series all about Hawkeye in this excellent first season.
  • Moon Knight (MCU 33)
    • Steven finds himself waking up in weird places, losing days at a time, and he slowly discovers it's not just sleepwalking and narcolepsy but also superheroism... somehow.
  • Ms. Marvel (MCU 35)
    • Captain Marvel gets her own "sidekick" as Kamala Kahn picks up a magical gauntlet and becomes part of the next generation of Marvel.

Star Wars

  • The Bad Batch
    • A group of "defective" clones go on the run to escape the Empire, leaving behind the only life they've ever known.
  • The Book of Boba Fett
    • Having taken over Jabba's throne the other Mandalorian in the Saga now has to find a way to rule Tatooine while figuring out just what it means to be a ruler.
  • The Clone Wars
    • Slotting in between movies two and three, the "Clone Wars Epic" is really three different piece of the series tying things together to tell an overarching story of the greatest war the Republic ever saw.
  • The Mandalorian
    • We follow the adventures of a bounty hunter, the Mandalorian, as he protects a young baby from the evils of the universe.
  • Obi Wan Kenobi
    • Old Ben fights inquisitors and works to keep young Luke Skywalker safe in this prequel TV series featuring everyone's favorite take on the grizzled Jedi Master.
  • Visions
    • Disney gives the keys to the kingdom to a set of anime studios for a different look at the storied franchise.

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