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Upcoming Marvel TV Series With Loki And Scarlet Witch Will Blow Your Mind

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For those of you that cannot get enough of the Marvel Family, the superhero franchise just announced some major news. The Walt Disney Company and Marvel Studios are unleashing several television series for the die-hard fans.

Who Is Included?

Of course, fans everywhere are curious as to which of their favorite superheroes (or villains) will be included in the upcoming shows. Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston, and Scarlet Witch, played by Elizabeth Olsen are just two of the heroes expected to star in the series.

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Some of the actors who played the antagonists and the protagonists in the Avengers franchise will return for the shows, however, those that already starred in their own franchises will not be included in the new series.

Where Can We Find The Shows?

Disney recently revealed that they’ll be launching their very own streaming service and competing with big names such as Netflix and Hulu.

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The exact launch date is unknown, but the upcoming Marvel series are included in the programming. So America’s favorite villain-turned-hero, Loki, will bless us with more screen time.

The Fine Print

So, you may be wondering, what’s the process of creating a few series’ that includes some majorly popular superheroes? The new shows will be considered a limited series. According to Variety, they’re expected to “include six to eight episodes” and carry some pretty big budgets.

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Marvel Studios has the honor of producing the new series with the head of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, being heavily involved.

Over the years Marvel has managed to significantly increase its fanbase. The brilliance behind the new series will not only add to it as well, but it will enable the love that fans have for Marvel to grow substantially. The wait for the highly anticipated Disney streaming service will now seem longer with the news of the upcoming TV series that includes the original actors. However, fans everywhere are waiting and ready with their popcorn in hand.

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