We recently learned that every single Marvel Studios production has been postponed as a result of the global pandemic, but there’s been no word on what that means for the TV shows coming to Disney+. There have, however, been rumblings that The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and WandaVision will both be unable to premiere later this year as planned.
Time will tell on that front, of course, and if the world returns to normal sooner rather than later, there’s a chance the shows will be finished and we will indeed see them in August and December.
In the meantime, a listing from Production Weekly (via ComicBook.com) claims that Moon Knight is currently scheduled to start shooting under the working title “Good Faith” on November 16th. Work on the Disney+ series is scheduled to last over 26 weeks, but a start date like this would mean that it could arrive late 2021/early 2022.
What is apparent is that Marvel Studios is wasting no time making these TV shows, and Kevin Feige is clearly comfortable working on them every bit as much as Marvel‘s theatrical output. November is also the month Black Widow is scheduled to be released, so the hope is clearly that things will have returned to normal by then (something it’s fair to say we’re all banking on right now).
There’s a chance this date could change due to current world events, but fingers crossed it doesn’t, as it could mean we get casting news for Moon Knight a little sooner than we expected…