A series based on Marvel's Power Pack is reportedly in development for Disney+.
After teasing confirmation of a rumored project earlier in the day, Daniel Richtman -- who has previously been correct about unannounced projects from various studios -- wrote on Twitter, "Welp looks like not today after all but I'll tell u what it is - Power Pack show for Disney+." At this time this is unconfirmed, and should thus be taken with a grain of salt until such time as Marvel Studios or Disney officially announces the project.
Welp looks like not today after all but I'll tell u what it is - Power Pack show for Disney+.— Daniel Richtman (@DanielRPK) September 6, 2019
Created by Louise Simonson and June Brigman, the titular team first appeared in 1984's Power Pack #1. The group is made up of Alex Power/Zero-G, Julie Power/Lightspeed, Jack Power/Mass Master and Katie Power/Energizer. They've been occasionally joined by Franklin Richards, son of Reed Richards/Mister Fantastic and Sue Storm/Invisible Woman. It's unclear how the series might relate to the Fantastic Four, who are set to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the future.
If true, Power Pack would be one of many shows based on Marvel characters coming to Disney+ in the future. Those other series include Hawkeye, Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, WandaVision, Falcon and Winter Soldier and several more. Although how much is known about those shows varies, there's a lot of indication they'll connect to the films much more explicitly than Netflix's Marvel TV series did, with WandaVision said to be leading into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
No potential release date was given for a Power Pack series on Disney+.