Disney Plus is on an absolute course of success and at the moment it should only be a matter of time until the home of Micky, Marvel and Star Wars also overtakes Netflix - no wonder, the streaming provider the red n through price increases, massive layoffs and canceled series is currently slowly but surely going out.
The Marvel productions are of course a large mainstay: While the superhero films like Doctor Strange in the Multivevers of Madness still lure the masses into the cinema, the series around characters such as Hawkeye, Wanda Maximoff and The Moon Knight The fans to their home screens.
most successful Marvel series: Loki beats everyone a snap
At a presentation for advertisers, Marvel boss Kevin Feige (via deadline) now revealed personally, which of the Marvel series is actually the most successful on Disney Plus and was able to tempt the most viewers to look. The answer is less clear than one might think, after all, several of the current productions were allowed to bathe in the spotlight of the public.
According to Feige, however, the top of the comic series leads Loki : The SCHABERNACK god from Asgard could not only enchant the figures in the McU , but also the spectators. The adventure of Loki, who conflicts with the time authority called TVA, were a "wild rode that paid off".
There were no precise numbers, but Coward emphasized again that Loki will receive a second season, the production of which should probably begin in the next few weeks. There were more food for Marvel fans in the form of the first trailer for the upcoming comedy series She-Hulk, which, however, triggered mixed feelings.
Some fans already criticized the CGI effects and described them as "silly" or "not up to date". The appearance of protagonist She-Hulk alias Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) could not inspire everyone: a few fans wrote that the lawyer was not approximate in her superhero form. From August 17th ** you can judge whether this will also be the case in the finished series if she-hulk starts on Disney Plus.
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