Marvel's Disney+ Seasons Will Reportedly Be Shorter Than Netflix's

Marvel's slate of Disney+ content is already fully loaded, featuring such projects as Falcon and Winter Soldier and WandaVision, yet-to-be-titled shows centered on Hawkeye and Loki, and even an animated What If? series. However, until now, we haven't known exactly how these shows would stack up to Marvel's now-canceled Netflix shows in terms of episode count.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the contracts MCU stars like Elizabeth Olsen, Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan and Jeremy Renner signed for their respective Disney+ series were for six to eight episodes. This, of course, is a significant decrease from the Netflix model, which favored 13-episode seasons for each of its series (save for The Defenders and Season 2 of Iron Fist).

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This report falls in line with comments made by Olsen at the Avengers: Endgame world premiere, in which she said she believed WandaVision would "be a total of six hours." Still, things could change should any of the shows get renewed for a second season, at which point Marvel could opt to beef up the actors' contracts should they wish to reprise their roles on the small screen.

Disney+ arrives November 12.

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