WandaVision is not getting a season 2, Elizabeth Olsen confirms


WandaVision has no doubt become one of the most sought-after series of 2021, with its gripping plot that leaves fans theorizing what would happen next to Wanda and Vision’s adorable family, and the rest of Westview after each episode. Fans did the same thing after the hit series aired its finale on March 5. But sadly this time, there’s no more next episode to verify our speculations.

WandaVision star Elizabeth Olsen confirmed it in an interview with actress Kaley Cuoco for Variety’s Actor on Actor series aired on June 9. During their chat, Olsen asked when Cuoco would start filming the second season of her show The Flight Attendant. Then, Cuoco took the opportunity to ask what every WandaVision fan is itching to know: “You think you’re going to shoot a second season of WandaVision?”

“No. No,” Olsen responded immediately. “It’s definitely a limited series.”

“Limited series? Well we said that too,” Cuoco answered in jest, referring to The Flight Attendant.

“I mean, I’m saying that,” Olsen replied. “I don’t know. I mean, with Marvel, you can never say no. People die…”

Kaley shared that she’s a bit disappointed for losing a “major scoop for the world,” but Olsen maintained that she would be “shocked” if there would be a part two of the series.

“The thing that I did learn through Sorry For Your Loss and WandaVision is that I love doing television,” the actress continued. “And I do miss, I think, the four-five week experience of making a film. It just feels so exciting and like camp for a little bit. But I think this six-month experience of really hard work with the same people and it’s exhausting…it just feels really good.”

Fans would know that there are no rules when it comes to the Marvel Universe. This was previously affirmed by Spider-Man: No Way Home director Jon Watts when he said, “In this universe, no one really dies.”

However, as Entertainment Weekly notes, Olsen has always had the mindset that WandaVision was supposed to be a “one and done” deal. “It is a limited series. It’s a fully beginning, middle, end, and that’s it kind of thing,” she told People back in January before the show’s premiere. 

Well, at least we still have next year’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, where Olsen will continue her journey as Scarlet Witch.

Read next: Marvel announces release dates, titles of Phase 4 movies


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here