Wandavision Season 2: Cast, Plot and Everything You Need to Know!

Wandavision Season 2-WandaVision's future is as wild and uncertain as to the programme itself. Is there a chance that Marvel will continue the tale of everyone's favourite Avengers after the first season?

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has been enigmatic regarding a possible second season of WandaVision, or any of the other new superhero programmes coming to Disney+.

However, in an interview with Variety earlier this year, Feige said that the number of seasons for each programme will differ:

“Some series have been created to help us extend our stories and subsequently go into films. [Elizabeth] Olsen's involvement in Doctor Strange 2 has already been disclosed. Teyonah Parris, who played Monica Rambeau in WandaVision, has been cast in Captain Marvel 2.”

So, how does this affect WandaVision? “Some series, although always interrelated, are being developed with numerous seasons in mind… one of the exciting things about streaming is that the boundaries are flexible, allowing you to just go where you want to go artistically.”

And when it comes to WandaVision, the rules are exceptionally skewed, so join us as we speak with the coven and try to figure out what's in store for a possible second season.

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When will the second season of WandaVision premiere on Disney+?

Season two of WandaVision hasn't been announced, and Elizabeth Olsen has been busy making Doctor Strange 2, so if it does return to television, don't anticipate new episodes until late 2022 at the earliest.

Olsen is now starring with Jessica Jones' Krysten Ritter, Almost Famous' Patrick Fugit, and American Horror Story's Lily Rabe in the miniseries Love and Death. The actual storey of Texas housewife Candy Montgomery (Olsen), who brutally murdered her friend Betty Gore (Rabe) with an axe in 1980, is set to be released in 2022 by the makers of Big Little Lies and The Undoing.

Meanwhile, her WandaVision co-star Paul Bettany has been cast as a lead in the second season of BBC drama A Very British Scandal, opposite Claire Foy from The Crown. It centres on the Duke (Bettany) and Duchess of Argyll (Foyhistoric )'s a divorce in 1963, one of the most scandalous court cases in British history.

Bettany's next project is the comedy-drama Harvest Moon, which he also co-wrote, so he'll be busy along with both of those.

This might imply a lengthy wait for the second season of WandaVision, but there was some good news in October when it was announced that the show's creator and lead writer, Jac Schaeffer, had been hired to create and executive produce a spin-off series based on fan favourite character Agatha Harkness.

Kathryn Hahn will reprise her role as the witchy Agatha for a darkly humorous series, according to Variety, although nothing more is known at this time. It might be a prequel, showing us all of Agatha's evil deeds before she met Wanda, or it could pick up where Wanda left her in her housewife Agnes guise in Westview at the end of WandaVision.

Agatha hasn't been seen since Hahn's death, according to her. “There are so many parts of her that I find interesting,” she told Gold Derby earlier this year. Throughout the comics, she touches on so many different realms.”

“You know, she's a decades-old witch who's seen a lot, and she's crossed paths with a lot of different individuals and entities over a previous couple of centuries, so that would be a joy to explore.”

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Who will be in the second season of WandaVision?

Given how reality shifts in WandaVision, it's difficult to predict who will return for season two just yet.

It's difficult to say, given that the show's end appears to wipe off everyone who was particularly linked to Westview – including Wanda's version of Vision and their two children.

It would truly depend on the new episodes' storylines, but for now, here's a list of all the important characters that may return in a hypothetical season two:

  • Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch
  • Paul Bettany as Vision/White Vision
  • Debra Jo Rupp as Mrs Hart
  • Fred Melamed as Arthur Hart
  • Kathryn Hahn as Agnes /Agatha Harkness
  • Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau/Photon
  • Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis
  • Randall Park as Jimmy Woo
  • Emma Caulfield as Dottie Jones
  • Evan Peters as Fake Pietro
  • Ithamar Enriquez as Commercial Man
  • Victoria Blade as Commercial Woman

Now that Evan Peters' Pietro has been exposed as a fake, Aaron Taylor-Johnson may reclaim his role as Quicksilver at some point.

Paul Bettany hinted in an earlier interview with Esquire that another prominent Marvel character may come towards the conclusion of season one, implying a possible second season. Fans were in a tizzy trying to figure out who it was, with Benedict Cumberbatch a popular guess.

Of course, we now know that Bettany was playing a joke on us all. Doctor Strange did not appear at the very end of the film, and Bettany has subsequently revealed that he was fooling around. We wondered if something was wrong when we saw two different versions of Vision in the post-credit scene of episode eight.

“You know how you say something because you think it'll be funny? And then you get all worked up about it? Because that is exactly what I did “During an appearance on Good Morning America, he admitted.

“Fans began speculating about who it may be, with names like Benedict Cumberbatch and Patrick Stewart being mentioned. And I thought to myself, ‘My God, that's a great concept!' And when they find out it's me, they're going to be so devastated!”

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But, considering the power of Bettany's performance throughout, especially in the more poignant moments, we can't be too dissatisfied. And the show's creator, Jac Schaeffer, was worried that one of those sequences – the final time Wanda and Vision held one other – would be removed.

“[Wanda and Vision's] parting moment still touches me and I kind of can't get over it,” she told The Daily Princetonian. “It was written at a very young age. The gist of it was included in my first pitch. I wasn't sure if it would make it through the series' production.

“But Vision talking about all the different things he's done and the question of “what will he be next?” was an early concept. I adore Paul Bettany as a person, and he adored that work, so it's very lovely to me. That sequence is the show's beating heart.”

She went on to explain why the series' timing has worked in its favour: “I believe the real event has nothing to do with me and is just a historical event. We've had a whole year without an MCU, so everyone has been waiting for this for a long time.

“Everyone is cooped up in their houses, and the ideas in the work reflect our contemporary situation. It's about loss. It's all about the loss. It's all about seeking consolation via entertainment. That is, without a doubt, the situation we are in right now. So, I believe it's all serendipity.”

What will be the plot of the second season of WandaVision?

“I think the answer is that [WandaVision] might [have a second season,” Elizabeth Olsen told Collider when asked whether Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness will function as the second season of WandaVision.

While it's a little ambiguous, it does imply that Wanda will continue to play a bigger role in the tale.

Although the events of Doctor Strange 2 are still a long way off, WandaVision's episode nine conclusion might provide some insight into what might happen next.

We were already speculating in the comics about Wanda being an adversary at some time, driven insane by her loss and suffering. Now it appears that, as the Scarlet Witch (in a wicked new outfit), she will play a major part in the MCU going forward.

The hex has been broken, leaving Wanda alone once more on the same patch of land where it all started. Her family is no longer with her (at least for the time being), and those who had been enslaved by her spell are now free and fearful of her.

She soars out into the skies, dressed in her new Scarlet Witch outfit. That's all there is to it.

Except it isn't, because it's Marvel, and there's always a post-credit scene (or two) to be found.

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While the first focuses on Monica Rambeau and the events leading up to her interstellar adventure in Captain Marvel 2, the second returns to Wanda at an undisclosed location.

We're made to believe she's mourning once more, but then the camera switches to Scarlet Witch (another Wanda), who is floating in the air and reading the Darkhold book.

Then we hear Billy plead, “Help, help me!” indicating that her main goal now is to find a way to reconcile with her children.

Kevin Feige, Marvel's chief honcho, expressed optimism that WandaVision will continue in some form during a TCA press tour on February 24.

“I've been at Marvel for far too long to be able to say yes or no to everything. Lizzy Olsen will make the transition from WandaVision to Doctor Strange. We're hoping for a part two and a part three, but for now, we're concentrating on part one.”

With the X-Men due to enter the MCU, Wanda's reality-warping abilities (as well as her mutant lineage in the comics) make her the ideal bridge between the two realms, so don't be shocked if this comes into play as well.

Then there's Billy and Tommy to think about; they may appear to be gone for the time being, but the final scene encourages us to guess about their future. When Wanda's children reach adulthood, they help establish the Young Avengers, a new superhero team. For a long time, Marvel has hinted that this legendary squad will make an appearance onscreen. In WandaVision season two, it wouldn't take much to accelerate up the ageing process and turn them become full-fledged Avengers (which would also add some much-needed queerness to the MCU).

Season two will, without a doubt, be linked to the films.

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When the spin-off series was initially planned, Kevin Feige told Variety, “These episodes will collide with the movies in a very major manner.” “We get to experiment with and learn about a completely new type of storytelling.”

This is true in both directions: the episodes will cross paths with the films, and the films will cross paths with future seasons.

Season two will also continue the MCU's emotional storyline that has been established so far.

“Fortunately, and sometimes frustratingly,” Olsen told Variety, “my character was always this emotional tie to a portion of the plot.” “If there is a heart, it was like that. Paul and I were the only romances in those films that were filled out. As a result, I merely dealt with it as if it were any other situation. Following that, we have a great time filming Avengers.”

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“As a result, it's a lot of fun, and the Russos are fantastic. So we're having a good time, and it feels like we're having the last laugh of the day. But what about reinvesting? Isn't it the whole mental game? Because all you can do is hope that the quality control will continue, but the more items that are manufactured, the more concerned you become.”

After learning from prior streaming experience, Olsen will be paying particular attention to season two's storyline and ensuring that it maintains the high level set by season one.

“Especially since I did a scripted programme on Facebook and didn't like the way they handled it. And it was difficult. So, for the second season, we went back and met with the individuals who operated Facebook Watch, literally, as a team of producers, to discuss how we believed they might improve. We had prepared a whole presentation for them. Then they finally said, ‘We're not doing scripted anymore.' As a result, I didn't have the best experience being a part of another streaming service's launch.”

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“So I was anxious about Disney Plus, and then I was nervous about bringing these huge characters to television. Kevin Feige, on the other hand, stressed to us that they were not going to cut shortcuts and that they would endeavour to maintain the same level of attention to detail, which they did. And I believe they needed to exhibit that level of concern for the first three programmes they released because they were creating a new territory for them. As a result, we were well taken care of.”

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“In terms of reinvestment, I never had a six-movie or nine-movie deal; it was always two or three at a period – those were my contracts. As a result, it's always a very deliberate decision. On a Wednesday, I concluded WandaVision and travelled to London to continue performing this role [in Doctor Strange 2]. But I could have used some help breaking out of the mentality since they were very different uses of the character, and if we hadn't just wrapped, people would have had more time to comprehend WandaVision.”

Wanda and the gang will undoubtedly progress in the future.

“‘We covered this in ‘WandaVision…' is a common refrain. It's greater than me; there are a lot of strands running after me that I'm not aware of, so it's always about, ‘What can I gain out of this trip with this character that I haven't tapped into yet with her?'

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That's where I keep approaching things to feel like I have some type of strap-hang — that I can know there will be some kind of progress, even if it all appears to others to be the same. There's that deliberate desire to understand a new aspect of this lady, or even of myself as an actor — something I'd like to investigate and bring to it.”

When can we expect a trailer for the second season of WandaVision?

Because no second season of WandaVision has been announced, there is currently no trailer available. While we wait for footage from upcoming episodes, take a trip down memory lane with the vintage sitcom throwbacks that season one excels at.