Marvel’s Disney+ line-up is getting bigger by the week.
In case you’re just catching up, Disney has spent the weekend dropping new titles we can expect to see on its upcoming streaming platform. Anchored by the Black Panther 2 release date reveal, Marvel, of course, made up the bulk of The Mouse’s announcements.
But on top of Ryan Coogler’s sequel to the hit, at one point, highest-grossing Marvel film ever (and the mountain of other titles announced at San Diego Comic-Con,) the comic book colossus is stacking on a few more for Disney+. Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, and Moon Knight will all be hitting the small screen as live-action shows in 2020.
In print, each title was praised by critics and pedestrians alike. Ms. Marvel, in particular, has been lauded for making Kamala Khan, a 13-year-old girl from New Jersey, the first Muslim superhero to headline their own comic book. With their addition to the docket, Disney+ will have seven Marvel series launching by the end of next year, with breakout films for Black Widow and The Eternals also arriving in 2020.