'WandaVision' Episode 8 Spoilers: Will there be a Season 2? Fans not ready to say goodbye to Disney+ show yet
Spoilers for 'WandaVision' Episode 8
As 'WandaVision' gets ready to wrap up next Friday (March 5), the pressing question of "will there be a Season 2" has already started doing the rounds. Logically, there shouldn't be one as the series ties into the upcoming 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness', according to a cryptic answer by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. However, some fans are still hopeful there will be a Season 2 or at least a spin-off.
The finale will most definitely be explosive with the arrival of the White Vision, a potential Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) vs Agatha battle (Kathryn Hahn) and Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) thrown into the mix. While the studios keep a tight lid on the plotline, speculation of what may happen, including a potential Doctor Strange cameo is doing the rounds on Twitter.
"If they don't wrap up #WandaVision on the next episode. So hoping for a season 2. #WandaVison," one tweet read. "Can we get a season 2 of #Wandavision? I'm just not ready for this unexpected perfection to come to an end, said a tweet. "#WandaVision one more episode and it’s all over hey @MarvelStudios @Kevfeige CAN WE PLZ GET A SEASON 2?!!!!" another begged.
Olsen's performance, for some was the sole reason for a Season 2. "I'm just hoping for a season 2 of WandaVision or maybe a spinoff for Wanda because Elizabeth Olsen has done a marvelous job this year. #WandaVision #ElizabethOlsen #ScarletWitch," a fan said. Some felt there would be a conclusive finale. "Wonder if #WandaVision will have a season 2, kinda hope it does but at the same time I dunno if it could."
"I am going to be sad when #WandaVision Ends, since it prob won't get a season 2," a fan reckoned.
Wonder if #WandaVision will have a season 2, kinda hope it does but at the same time I dunno if it could— GerdBird (@BirdGerd) February 26, 2021
I am going to be sad when #WandaVision Ends, since it prob won't get a season 2— StealthHawk (@StealthHawkDude) February 26, 2021
"Some of the shows that I mentioned that we are about to start filming, we are keeping in mind a structure that would lead into a season two or a season three in a more direct way compared to a show like WandaVision that goes into a feature,” answered Feige during the Television Critics Association (TCA) presentation, when asked a question about the possibility of a second season (Via Den of Geek).
For now, there seems to be a conclusion primarily due to the fact that the series is tying all the loose ends one episode at a time. Assuming the episode does span an hour, that means there is every reason the show will be a one-off. 'WandaVision' is available for streaming on Disney+.