While Marvel Studios has re-entered the world of television through WandaVision and already has an impressive list of upcoming shows like The falcon and the winter soldier and LokiThe future of his previous television shows had become increasingly blurred. Fans of the shows were disappointed with the fact that it now seemed impossible to record shows like Jessica Jones. Representatives of S.H.I.E.L.D., Luke Cage, The punisherand Daredevil if the MCU’s current trajectory is very different from that of these shows. But fear not, Kevin Feige has assured that these shows in the MCU have a future after all.
Recently when speaking on the Disney + TCA virtual press tour, when Kevin Feige was asked about the future of previous Marvel TV shows and whether there is any possibility that they could become part of the MCU, the Marvel boss gave the most perfect answer.
“I think we could probably make it. I think a lot of these things are coming back to us. There are always rumors online of things that are returning, sometimes that’s true, sometimes not, but I’m not exactly sure of the exact contracts, but maybe one day. “
“My story at wonder is huge and has no control for a long time, so I paid more attention to the things that I gained control over than the things that I had no control over. Television was just one of the things we didn’t do at the time, just like when Fox made X-Men films or Sony Spider-Man films without us, “added Feige.” Those were just the rules by which Marvel was operating at the time. It was much more of an opportunity and something that got us excited at Marvel Studios when Bob Iger started asking us to work on shows for Disney +. It wasn’t a disappointment or something we thought about a lot when Marvel Television made their series. “
Out of all of those beloved Marvel shows, there is one that appears to have been teased all over again in MCU Phase IV. Representatives of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Whether it was the “Hydra Soak” commercial that reminded us of Phil Coulson’s conspiracy theory or the recent appearance of Skye’s hula girls on the dashboard of a circus car in episode 7, fans of the Marvel show are sure WandaVision will somehow connect to it. But when asked about it, Feige chose a vague answer.
“There are often rumors that are true and there are often rumors that are not. It was great fun bringing Clark Gregg back to the MCU in Captain Marvel. Anything else we just have to see.”
And for anyone who thinks these early shows weren’t as successful as WandaVision Today Feige had another suitable answer.
“I think there are legions of Representatives of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fans and Daredevil Fans and Jessica Jones Fans and Luke Cage Fans. There is a very large following for these shows, “he shared.
At least fans of all of these Marvel shows have Kevin Feige’s “maybe someday” reassurance that there is every chance to see their beloved characters again – their story doesn’t end there. The message comes to us via the deadline.