The last MCU series of 2021 has come to an end. After WandaVision, Loki, and more Marvel hits cascading onto the Disney + home screen this year, Hawkeye It was the perfect way to end this year’s superhero craze. But since the show labeled Episode 6 the “season finale” and not the “series finale,” could that mean there’s hope for a second season? We have some ideas to offer you.
Hawkeye introduced a bevy of new characters, from the killer Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) to the literal killer Kingpin (Vincent D’Onforio). There’s already a spin-off of Disney + in the works, more on that later, but there’s little news on season 2. Still, we can bring you all the updates that we know of now.
Will there be a second season? This is what we know about Hawkeye Season 2.
There will be a Hawkeye Season 2?
We do not know it yet! The Marvel series has been on and off with second seasons. The handful of futures are WandaVision, which has an Agatha (Kathryn Hahn) spin-off in the works, as well as What if…? Y Loki, which both have second seasons in development. We will keep you informed of any news about the future of the series.
However, we know that a Hawkeye spinoff series in process already on Disney +. Alaqua Cox’s character, Maya Lopez, will have her own series in which she will play the title character, a deaf Native American superhero. Stay tuned for more updates on both. Eco Y Hawkeye.
What’s next for Hawkeye, Kate Bishop, and Yelena Belova?
We don’t know that yet either. But as Jugo Mobile’s Meghan O’Keefe predicts, we’ll see a lot more of the dynamite duo Kate / Yelena.
“The MCU is obviously shaping them as the next-gen version of their mentors, Black Widow and Hawkeye,” he writes. “What I’m wondering is if the MCU can speed that up and do Hawkeye Season 2 is about that. “
Then i could Hawkeye Will season 2 be less about, uh, Hawkeye, and more about Yelena and Kate? Maybe. We’ll have to wait and see.
What Marvel shows will Disney + launch in 2022?
This year has been a stellar year for the Marvel series, with hits like WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and now, Hawkeye. But will 2022 feature the same level of Disney + content? Our initial guess: yes, although you’ll have to meet a bunch of new characters first, including She-Hulk, Moon Knight, Ms.Marvel and more.