The Falcon and The Winter Soldier director wants to make season 2 for Disney+. Marvel Studios is embarking on a new chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Phase 4. The new slate of jobs will deliver more MCU blockbusters in the next several years, but the franchise is also expanding into the small screen like never before. As evident by WandaVision, Marvel Studios is providing established supporting characters with a chance to direct their own stories. This plan will include giving Sam Wilson aka Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes aka Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) a Disney+ series.
Fans are under a week apart from seeing the first installment of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. The series will consist of six episodes that close one hour in length apiece and give viewers an opportunity to learn more about the titular heroes’ backstories and lives like never before. While this will give Sam and Bucky more time in the spotlight, there are already some wondering about what their futures hold. Many fans want to see The Falcon and The Winter Soldier beyond the upcoming first season, and the show’s director has shared her expectation to continue the series.
Kari Skogland directed all six episodes of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier for Marvel Studios and Disney+, and she’s now on the media circuit to promote the series. In a new interview with The Immediate, Skogland was asked if there were any story details she would love to see included in a second season. She responded by saying the first season of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier comprised everything she wanted, but there are always room for more story, which explains the reason why she is hoping to get a season 2.
I can not answer that since I’d say there is nothing I didn’t get to do in this one, and yet there are so much more to do. Thus, let’s hope that there is a season 2. I don’t have any idea whether there will be or not, but I do know there are always more stories to explore and more personalities to possess that go farther down the rabbit hole.
Marvel Studios has not announced plans for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier year 2 yet. Thus far, no MCU Disney+ show has received an official season 2 order, though Marvel’s What If…? And Loki are one of those allegedly going beyond one season. Anthony Mackie even lately confirmed there haven’t been any talks about The Falcon and The Winter Soldier year 2. But that doesn’t imply that Skogland and fans will ultimately understand the show conclude after a single season. The chances of another season could come down to how powerful the first season is.
Early reactions to The Falcon and The Winter Soldier are positive, which might increase the prospect of season 2 happening. Since the majority of the world is waiting to find the first episode, it isn’t clear just how the show’s ending does or doesn’t set up in which the story goes. The introduction of John Walker, the resume of this super-soldier app, Baron Zemo’s return, and Falcon formally becoming Captain America could feed into where The Falcon and The Winter Soldier can go with a season 2. It might not even be called that if it happens.