What if? Season 2’s release date is now set for late 2023

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The second season of the animated series What If…? from Marvel Studios may have a release date, despite the usual lack of communication on its status. The second season of the multiverse-hopping programme will premiere on Disney+ in December 2023 or January 2024, according to source CanWeGetSomeToast. They continue by saying that the much-discussed “What If Tony Landed on Sakaar” episode, which was allegedly removed from Season 1, will not be the first episode. Fans are advised to take this news with a grain of salt because neither Marvel Studios nor Disney have confirmed these reports.

Details about What If…? Since the first season’s conclusion in late 2021, information on Season 2 has been hard to come by. The Watcher’s ongoing adventures have not yet taken place, despite a number of assurances, including that the animated series would return by the end of 2022 from series creator A.C. Bradley. Insiders claim that the concert was significantly delayed, although the cause of the claimed delay is yet unknown.

What If…? enthusiasts may anticipate, though. Fans can anticipate tales that genuinely embrace the craziness of the universe in season 2, according to a promise made by director Bryan Andrews. We received a tonne of episode suggestions, and Kevin Feige said, “Just give me a list of about 30. Kevin was unable to reduce it more after that, according to Andrews. Funny enough, there were several concepts that just kept coming up. A few of those concepts appear in Season 2, and a few more might perhaps appear in Season 3. There were so many wonderful, enjoyable, and outlandish ideas. We’re not ready for that yet, they simply say. We will likely see some of the insane ideas we first proposed in Season 3, I believe. An animated anthology series called What If…? takes well-known MCU events and turns them into something new by posing a single question. The Super Soldier serum was used by Peggy Carter rather than Steve Rogers in Season 1, Ultron defeated the Avengers in the end, and Doctor Strange lost Christine rather than his hands. Fans and critics gave the programme mostly favourable reviews, and many of them praised its fresh perspective on the series and distinctive animation design.

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