REPORT: Disney+ Will Feature Lady Sif TV Series

Lady Sif in Thor The Dark World

Disney+, the upcoming premium streaming service from the House of Mouse, is reportedly working on a solo series focused on Thor and Thor: The Dark World's Lady Sif.

According to Discussing Film, Jaimie Alexander is expected to reprise her role as Lady Sif for the series, which will last between six and eight episodes. It's currently unknown if the series takes place before or after the events of Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Infinity War.

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Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is reportedly producing the show. In 2017, Feige revealed Alexander did not reprise her role as Lady Sif for Ragnarok due to a scheduling conflict. However, Alexander has expressed interest in returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In addition to this series, Marvel Studios is working on a solo series focused on Loki, which a new rumor suggests will see actor Tom Hiddleston narrate events from the character's past. There is also a series called Vision and the Scarlet Witch in development. Additional rumors have suggested streaming series titled Rocket and Groot, Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Nick Fury.

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At the time of reporting, Discussing Film had not received comment from Disney, Marvel Studios or Jaimie Alexander's representative.

Disney+ is expected to launch sometime in 2019.

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