Agatha All Along to premiere in September, Daredevil: Born Again set for March 2025

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Disney+ has revealed the release dates for its WandaVision spin-off, Agatha All Along and Daredevil: Born Again.

After several, tongue-firmly-in-cheek title changes, Disney+ has finally given its WandaVision spin-off a final title: Agatha All Along.

The cast, including Kathryn Hahn, Joe Locke and Patti LuPone, were promoting the series at Disney’s Upfront event yesterday, revealed the title and also when we get to see the series itself.

Agatha All Along will premiere on Disney+ on 18th September with two episodes, continuing with weekly episodes after that. There was also a trailer, but this hasn’t made its way online yet. We’ll make sure to share it once it does. However, IGN has detailed what the audience at the presentation saw, if you’re into that kind of thing. 

“We can say that the coven is strong,” Hahn told Deadline at the event when asked for details about the new series. “We can say that it is hilarious, and deep. And I was moved to work with all these people every day. It was a gratuitous dream that it happened to be this group to go through that together.”

LuPone, who was last seen in Ari Aster’s Beau Is Afraid, noted that the series was also a musical.

Daredevil: Born Again was also announced to premiere in March 2025, while Ironheart will make its debut in the same year. Like with Agatha All Along, the audience got a trailer for Daredevil and a sneak peek of Ironheart, but us peasants will have to wait to watch them online at a later date. 

The first season of Daredevil: Born Again, which will see Charlie Cox reprise his role as Matt Murdoch/Daredevil, will have 18 episodes in total. A second season is already looking likely as Vincent D’Onofrio revealed that plans are in place. Agatha All Along will consist of nine episodes. 

The whole Marvel Cinematic Universe and its TV companions seem to be in a state of flux. With a terrible 2023 and the issue of Kang, Marvel is in dire need of reinventing itself. Deadpool & Wolverine is this year’s only big screen Marvel offering, and CEO and Marvel mastermind Kevin Feige is under pressure to steer his superhero ship into calmer waters. 

More on Marvel, Daredevil: Born Again and Agatha All Along as we hear it. 

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