What, you thought Marvel was going to stop? They’re just getting started! Black Widow just hit theaters, Shang-Chi and The Eternals are right around the corner, and sequels outings for (deep breath) Spider-Man, Dr. Strange, Thor, The Guardians, Black Panther, Ant-Man, Captain Marvel, and more are on the way. And that’s just the movies! Loki just wrapped and What If… premieres next week to round out the first quartet of MCU shows on Disney+. Over the winter we learned about a variety of new shows in the pipeline. But apparently, there are upwards of nine other shows in various stages of development that haven’t been announced.
A new article from Murphy’s Multiverse broke the news that Peter Cameron, who wrote on WandaVision and Amazon Prime’s Carnival Row, is producing a new project for Marvel Studios. And then the article casually dropped that Marvel may have as many as 9 previously unannounced Disney+ TV series in the works, at various stages of development. Not all 9 were named, but three potentials were Ghost Rider, Secret Warriors and Nova.
Ghost Rider has already been on the big screen in the form of two Nicolas Cage movies that nobody much likes. A different version of the character was featured in ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. but that show looks less and less canon by the day. Nova is a member of the Nova Corps featured in the first Guardians of the Galaxy. Secret Warriors may refer to one (or both) of two separate comic book series about a team of young superheroes. The generally held theory is that the Young Avengers will be the next tentpole team in the MCU, so it’s unclear where they fit in.
It’s still unclear when and in what order Hawkeye, Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Secret Invasion will roll out. Honestly, watching the trades to learn about their next slate of soon-to-be developed shows is almost as exciting as watching the shows themselves.
Marvel has yet to respond to these rumors or verify any of the aforementioned titles, but don’t let that stop you from fan-casting these potential shows! Twitter is already clamoring for Keanu to finally join the MCU and don Ghost Rider’s flaming skull.