WandaVision's Finale and What It Means for Future Marvel Properties

We need to talk about WandaVision’s finale. Episode 9, the last one in the series, is already available on Disney Plus and, with it, comes a closure to the whole Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) living in suburbia and paying homage to classic TV sitcoms situation.

Before you ask, no. There are no plans for a second season of WandaVision. The show was always designed as a limited nine-episode series. And if you’re thinking that Marvel could be rethinking that because of the show’s success, don’t get your hopes up. In a recent interview published March 2, the show’s director, Matt Shakman, reiterated season 2 of the show isn’t in Marvel’s plans. Also, notice how episode 9 of WandaVision was titled "The Series Finale," not "The Season Finale."

But let’s get into how the show ended, what that ending means for the characters, and how WandaVision’s conclusion will affect the rest of Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

And be advised, if you still haven’t watched episode 9 of WandaVision and you are spoiler-averse, you might want to watch it first and then read this article. Spoilers ahead.