Given how extremely popular the MCU is, it should come as no surprise that every Disney+ series to come out of the cinematic universe so far has proven hugely successful.
Both The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki garnered great attention across the fandom , but no series has yet topped the fan chatter that surrounded WandaVision .
Across all nine weeks, viewers built up plenty of wild theories from the identity of Monica Rambeau's aerospace engineer friend to the potential arrival of Marvel's devilish villain Mephisto . Sadly, almost none of these crazy ideas paid off in the finale, which lead to some disappointment; nonetheless, the series remains highly regarded among most fans.
With WandaVision marketed from the beginning as a limited series , it seems as if hopes of a second season may be dashed. However, one Marvel star remains hopeful to return if Season 2 were to be made.
WandaVision Actor Shares Interest in Season 2
During a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight , Vision actor Paul Bettany shared his interest in reprising his heroic role in a second season of WandaVision on Disney+.
Sadly, Bettany did cast doubt on hopes of a potential follow-up as they insisted “[they're] here for a limited series” only:
“Well, we're here for a limited series, so I don't think so.”
However, the actor assured fans he is “already in” if a second season were to be made down the line:
“I'm already in. If it's there, I'm in.”
Will WandaVision Season 2 Ever Happen?
Unfortunately, WandaVision was previously marketed as a limited series , meaning only one season was ever intended to release. Since the series finale put an end to Wanda's sitcom reality, the chances of a follow-up under the same concept are rather slim.
However, the number of plot threads left open by the climactic finale , on top of the viral popularity of WandaVision , could lead to a Disney+ series starring Wanda and Vision under a new title with a more traditional MCU concept.
Paul Bettany's robotic Avenger was left in a particularly interesting place following the conclusion of WandaVision as his original version remains deceased thanks to Thanos while the military-built White Vision roams the world.
Granted, Marvel Studios may opt to continue these stories across other future projects including Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness . But since making her solo debut in WandaVision , Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch has garnered great popularity among fans, making another standalone outing near certain.
Although, if the studio really isn't interested in continuing Wanda's story on Disney+, perhaps a jump to the big screen could be a fitting way to match her extreme jump in affection within the fandom.
Perhaps WandaVision fans may hear some promising news during November's Disney+ Day. For now, all nine episodes of the limited series are streaming on Disney+.