The new streaming service being developed by Disney, set to launch around 2019 and filled will almost all forms of Disney media both old and exclusively original, has yet to be given a name. But it’s been racking up quite the number of new program content to really draw subscribers.
Among the most prominent properties getting their own shows for Disney streaming are of course, series based on Marvel and potentially connected to the MCU. This fact is borne by evidence that Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has oversight on the projects, both for “story continuity” and managing the actors.
That’s because the Disney streaming Marvel shows will feature characters that debuted in the MCU, and the plan is to have the stars that portrayed them in the films reprise for their respective series. While the shows haven’t been titled, the names of the leads should suffice for the moment.
Here’s a list of those Disney Marvel streaming shows announced:
- Loki starring Tom Hiddleston
- Scarlet Witch starring Elizabeth Olsen
- Falcon and Winter Soldier starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan
- Marvel TV show with unspecified character/s
Disney streaming seems to be setting up this show as competition for the remaining Marvel shows they’re producing in collaboration with Netflix. Two of those Marvel-Netflix series have already been cancelled, leaving the rest uncertain once their current seasons conclude.