No more What If... after season 3: trilogy complete
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No more What If... after season 3: trilogy complete

Jul 03, 2024 3:56 PM

Marvel's What If...? series on Disney+ is set to conclude with its third season, marking the end of the show's exploration of alternative universes within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Brad Winderbaum, Marvel's head of streaming, television, and animation, confirmed that season 3 will complete the trilogy, promising unexpected characters and story arcs that will culminate satisfyingly for fans of the Watcher. Although a release date has not been finalized, a late 2024 premiere is possible. Alongside this news, it was revealed that the upcoming Fantastic Four film might be set in the 1960s, though potentially in a different universe.

Will there be a season 4 of Marvel's What If...?n

According to Brad Winderbaum, season 3 of Marvel's What If...? will complete the show as a trilogy, meaning there will be no season 4.

Marvel's What If...? explores hypothetical scenarios within the MCU, such as "what if" certain events had happened differently. The series has provided unique interpretations of beloved characters and events, contributing to the larger multiverse narrative but primarily serving as a fun, standalone exploration. Notably, it introduced Captain Carter before her live-action debut, showing the creative potential of these alternate universes.

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Miss Peachy Miss Peachy commented on: 2024-07-03 16:06:03
Season 3 wrapping up Marvel's What If... as a trilogy makes sense, given how it's been an engaging dive into alternate tales within the MCU. Plus, the tease of the Fantastic Four in the 1960s just adds to the excitement of these twisty, time-hopping narratives
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