Marvel Studios Shifts ‘Echo’ and ‘Agatha’ Disney+ Shows Into 2024

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Today, Marvel Studios announced a significant shift in release dates are coming for their upcoming Disney+ shows. According to their report, Loki will still hit on October 6th, and What If? Season 2 sometime around Christmas Day. They have moved the Hawkeye spin-off Echo from November into January 2024. X-Men 97 will also hit sometime in early 2024.

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The studio has moved (and renamed) the WandaVision spin-off Agatha: Darkhold Diaries to not debut until sometime next Fall season. A short titled The Witches Road is also expected to hit sometime at the end of 2024. Unfortunately, the studio removed Iroheheart, Wonder Man, and Daredevil: Born Again from the slate due to the ongoing WAG and SAG strikes. Ironheart already completed filming, but both Wonder Man and Daredevil were in the middle of filming when the strikes commenced.

All these shows will stream exclusively on Disney+

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