We can hope to find Daredevil in the Echo series. © Disney+
After a difficult year, Marvel fans are wondering what the future holds. There will be the release of The Marvels in cinemas this November. But several series are already emerging on Disney+. In 2024, major series launches are planned on the streaming service. Let's take stock.
This production will be broadcast next January. It takes place after the events of Hawkeye. Marvel has already shared a synopsis of this series:
Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox) struggles to reconnect with her Native American roots while reconciling her aspirations of a life of crime as the successor to the brutal legacy of Wilson Fisk (Vincent D'Onofrio) aka Kingpin. The first episode introduces us to Maya Lopez and her difficulties. We can expect some good surprises in Echo,and the first trailer has enough to make us optimistic for the future.< em>
Moreover, Charlie Cox returns to his role as Matt Murdock/Daredevil. We had already had the pleasure of seeing him again in She-Hulk. As for Vincent d'Onofrio, he will also play his character of the Kingpin, which augurs a spectacular reunion between the two antagonists.
< p>This original creation should be broadcast in 2024 on Disney+. Anyone who grew up in the 90s will be delighted to see a remake of this animated series which will consist of ten episodes. The story would take up the plot of the original saga by adapting it to our times. We are already talking about the returns of VO voice actors such as Cal Dodd (Wolverine), George Buza (the Beast) and Alison Sealy-Smith (Tornado).
Note, for the most impatient of our readers, that the five seasons of the series are still accessible on the streaming platform.
Agatha: Coven of Chaos
On the Marvel side, the year 2024 should definitely be very rich on Disney+. Agatha: Coven of Chaos is a spin-off of WandaVision, the excellent series that we particularly appreciated, and where Agatha Harkness spends a lot of time alongside Wanda Maximoff . However, we learn in the last episodes that the latter is a formidable villain.
The casting looks quite promising with Kathryn Hahn who will return to her role of Agatha. Patti Lupone (Beau is Afraid) will also be there, but her role has not been revealed. We'll wait for Disney+ to communicate more about this project, but it seems to be on very good track.
For your part, which of these three series appeals to you the most? Tell us in the comments.