Over the past couple of years, we've been treated to a lot of Marvel Studios TV shows on Disney+. It's honestly a little surprising to see how quickly they've all been produced, and while there has been a little inconsistency in terms of quality, it's been exciting to see the MCU expand in such varied ways.
Many of the characters we've seen could have held their own in a movie, while others were arguably better suited to television. Oddly, though, of all the shows to have premiered since WandaVision, only one of them has been given a second season: Loki.
That series ended on a major cliffhanger, and while the plan is clearly for some of these characters to make the leap to the big screen, Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel are perfect examples of shows fans would like to see more of. The former, in particular, ended with a huge reveal after Jake Lockley made his presence felt, and as exciting as it is for Kamala Khan to be part of The Marvels, she deserves more than just being one of three heroes in a team-up.
Well, according to self-styled scooper Daniel Richtman, both Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel have been greenlit for second seasons.
Based on comments from Iman Vellani, she would jump at the chance to play Kamala again, and it makes all the sense in the world for her to continue the mutant's story after she meets Carol Danvers and Monica Rambeau. As for Oscar Isaac, he only signed up for those six episodes, so we're guessing he enjoyed his experience enough to return to the MCU.
No official news has been shared about the future of either series, though we do hope that both are able to right the mistakes of their respective first seasons. Ms. Marvel suffered from a villain problem, while Moon Knight was often as all over the place as its protagonist's mind.
Are you excited to see these characters potentially return in their own shows?