Big Delays for Marvel’s Phase 5 TV Shows

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Big Delays for Marvel's Phase 5 TV Shows
Big Delays for Marvel’s Phase 5 TV Shows

Big Delays for Marvel’s Phase 5 TV Shows. Marvel’s Phase 5 has begun with Ant-man and the Wasp: Quantunmania, which hit theaters three weeks ago. Now it looks like fans will have to wait a little longer to get the continuation of Phase 5, as all the release schedules have changed to “Coming Soon’ rather than having fixed dates.

MovieWeb reports the following. “Following previous reports of many MCU projects being hit with substantial delays to their release schedules, Disney+ seems to have confirmed huge changes for the comic book franchise. While there are rumors starting to circulate that Marvel Studios are about to push back the release of their upcoming Avengers movies, Disney+ has altered the release windows of previously announced MCU shows to simply show “Coming Soon.”

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Big Delays for Marvel's Phase 5 TV Shows

Big Delays for Marvel’s Phase 5 TV Shows

The original plan for Phase 5 and 6 appeared to be a wall-to-wall rollout of Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and TV shows, with all of the projects of Phase 5 being given specific release windows. In the last few months, the output of Marvel Studios has come under scrutiny from returning Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger, and it seems that many of the complaints about rushed CGI, overworked VFX artists and tight deadlines have led to a huge shake-up in the speed that MCU projects are released in future.

This year originally had several Marvel TV shows penciled in for release, but last month it was said that only two shows were guaranteed to be released in 2023. Those shows are Secret Invasion and Loki season two, both of which have seemingly been pushed back compared to their first release windows that were announced last year. While this seems to be a good thing for the quality of the MCU output, for fans who are eager to see the MCU’s next chapters, it could signal a much slower release schedule going forward.

Whatever the truth behind the recent updates, it does seem that the future of the MCU is not going to be the never-ending stream of new content that we have seen over the last couple of years. For many reasons, this is the best outcome for the mega-franchise, as there is no one about to complain about waiting a little longer if their next Marvel adventure is better for it.”

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