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Marvel reportedly cuts back on TV, only two shows set to release in 2023

Marvel reportedly cuts back on TV, only two shows set to release in 2023

According to an insider, only two Marvel shows are currently certain to premiere this year, despite a huge lineup.

Last year saw the release of a number of different MCU shows, from Moon Knight to Ms. Marvel and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. However, it sounds like this year might not be quite as exciting for new releases as we expected.

It was previously revealed that multiple shows would be coming to Disney+ this year, including the second seasons of Loki and What If…?, as well as the first seasons of Echo, Ironheart, Secret Invasion and Agatha: Coven of Chaos. The Hollywood Reporter now writes that according to their sources, Secret Invasion and Loki are the only two that are definitely on track to release in 2023.

Take a look at the trailer for Secret Invasion below.

Obviously, Marvel is expensive, and Disney CEO Bob Iger recently stated that: “We want the quality on the screen, but we have to look at what they cost us.” It certainly sounds like there’s going to be some cutbacks, and this has supposedly been backed up by THR’s source.

“There is going to be a level of rigour on Marvel and across the entire company,” a company insider told The Hollywood Reporter. “Numbers matter now, and costs are going to be outlined and enforced.”

At the time of writing, it’s not been officially confirmed by Disney or Marvel if the release schedule has changed, so take these claims with a generous pinch of salt. It was already set to be a jam-packed year though, so even if one or two things have been slightly delayed, we’ve still got some great stuff to look forward to.

I don’t know about you, but I’m just relieved that the second season of Loki is apparently amongst the stuff that is certain to be coming out. Everyone needs a bit more Tom Hiddleston in their life, I'd say.

Featured Image Credit: Marvel Studios, Disney Platform Distribution

Topics: Marvel, Disney, TV And Film