The Marvel 2023 TV Schedule Just Made Some Big Changes, Including Agatha: Coven Of Chaos Getting A New Title And Release Plan


It’s been a strange year for Marvel TV shows. While the new arena for the Marvel Cinematic Universe started out big with five new shows launching in 2021, things have noticeably slowed down since then, and thus far in 2023 we’ve only seen one (Secret Invasion). The next show set to launch new episodes is Loki, which will begin its second season in October – but beyond that plan, the franchise has just performed a major shakeup with their schedule that bumps Echo out of the calendar year and provides the formerly named Agatha: Coven Of Chaos with a new title and release plan.

News of these developments comes from The Hollywood Reporter, which says that the changes are a result of the on-going WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. While Echo will no longer be coming out on November 29 as planned (it’s been moved to January 2024), Marvel fans will still get a third show in 2023, as What If…? Season 2 is now on the schedule to premiere around Christmas. In addition to Echo, the animated series X-Men ’97 is also being planned for early 2024.

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