Marvel’s Assembled Disney+ Docuseries Dives Into the MCU Starting with WandaVision This March

Studios is about to launch a new series of behind-the-scenes documentaries about the creation of WandaVision, the first episode of which highlights the creative process. The new series will take a behind-the-scenes look at the various series and films set in the Marvel Cinematic universe. A tweet from the studio announced Tuesday that the first episode will air on the 12th. Airing in March on Disney+, a week after the WandaVision finale.

Marvel Studios’ ASSEMBLED, a new documentary series with specials, takes a look behind the scenes at the MCU’s programs and films. The first special, ASSEMBLY: Making of @WandaVision, aired on 12. Mars on @DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/fM6TxF0VuW.

– Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) 16. February 2021

WandaVision may not have the traditional format of a television series based on cartoon characters, but it didn’t take long for the new show to fully captivate viewers. A few weeks after its debut, it has become the most sought-after series in the world with an ever-growing audience that multiplies with each episode. It’s strange, but beautiful, and it will be incredibly interesting to see how all these quirks came together behind the scenes.

WandaVision was developed by Jack Scheffer and is set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, to Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, renamed Wanda Maximoff and Vision. The series pays homage to the popular sitcoms of decades past, placing Wanda and Vision in a kind of eccentric alternate reality filled with familiar TV trophies. To say more would spoil the plot for those who haven’t started watching yet, but as the series progresses it becomes clear.

Randall Park and Kat Dennings also appeared in the series, reprising their roles in Jimmy Woo and Darcy Lewis’ MCU. Both made such an impression on viewers with their limited screentime that many fans began to demand that Jimmy and Darcy get their own X-Files-esque spin-off to investigate other strange issues within the MCU. After numerous fans expressed support for the idea online, Park and Dennings both expressed interest in a hypothetical series, but as of yet, no such series is officially in the works at Disney+.

WandaVision is the first step of the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic universe after the end of the third phase with Spider-Man : Away from home in 2019. MCU’s next film, Black Widow, is currently scheduled for a 7th release. The rest are expected to follow in 2021 with Shang-Chi and Legend of the Ten Rings, Forever and Spider-Man 3. MCU will continue to expand on the small screen with WandaVision, with shows like Falcon and Winter Soldier, Loki and Miss Marvel also in the works.

Collected: Making of WandaVision will be aired starting Friday the 12th. Mars, airing on Disney+. Future episodes of The Gathering will also focus on other upcoming episodes from Marvel Studios. In the meantime, you can watch new episodes of WandaVision every Friday on the channel. If you are one of those who have not yet watched the show, now is a good time to start. The first six episodes are now streaming, with only three episodes left until the finale. This news comes to us via Marvel Studios on Twitter.

Topics: Collected, WandaVision, Disney Plus, Streaming.

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