It’s official, WandaVision is the most popular TV show in the world right now, and honestly, it really does deserve it, and also deserving of every ounce of praise it has received.
The show was released on the 15th of January, and every single episode has got better and better.
For me, I think the reason why I love this show so much is that it’s different. When it comes to superhero shows or movies, the usual formula tends to follow but WandaVision just does something so unique that just…well, it just works.
A lot of people were worried about where the MCU would go after Spider-Man: Far From Home, but I think this is proving that the universe surely isn’t letting up any time soon.
We’ve been reviewing each episode on a story, characters, entertainment basis and so far the show is averaging a 9.9/10 which is just incredible. This is the second original show for Disney+ behind The Mandalorian, and it’s just showing how a show should be done, considering both have literally been masterpieces.
The thing I loved more than anything with WandaVision is that from the very first episode it created so many questions. What’s Wanda doing? Why are we in a sitcom? Why is Vision alive? Among many others, but it answers those questions slowly but at the same time creating new ones.
The latest episode answered so many questions with Agnes but then created so many more at the same time that it just keeps you intrigued even more. There aren’t many shows out there that can pull it off the way this does.
Currently, we don’t have a season 2 greenlit and according to multiple sites in regards to information, this is just a mini-series so it looks as though we might not get a season 2, and dependant on how this ends I actually don’t mind.
We know Wanda will be in the upcoming Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness movie, and there are teases of Doctor Strange featuring in the show so if Westview does fall at the end of the season, it’s almost likely Vision will perish as well, unless they find a way to bring him back.
All in all, WandaVision is a testament moving forward that the original superhero/comic show formula can be switched up and work very well.
Almost every single one of my friends and family has watched the show and seem to really enjoy it. Every conversation is theory-based because the show is set up in a way that allows many different theories to happen.
It’s a fantastic show, and we will be sad when it ends in just a couple more episodes, but if this is the route the MCU is taking then I’m sure all for it.
Image credit: (L-R): Evan Peters as Pietro and Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ WANDAVISION exclusively on Disney+. Photo by Suzanne Tenner. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.