WANDAVISION – The Series Finale | TV Review

WandaVision has reached its conclusion with an action-packed episode which had reveals that will be important for future Marvel projects. Agatha holds Wanda’s son hostage, forcing Wanda to use her powers against the more experienced witch: something Agatha wants to happen. S.W.O.R.D. has sent in the resurrected body into Westview to take down Wanda, leading to… Continue reading WANDAVISION – The Series Finale | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Previously On | TV Review

WandaVision has reached its penultimate episode and it was the best episode so far as it explores Wanda’s past. Agnes has revealed her true identity. She is really Agatha Harkness, a powerful witch and she wants to know how Wanda was able to turn Westview into a sitcom world and how she resurrected Vision. Agatha takes… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Previously On | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Breaking the Fourth Wall | TV Review

The seventh episode of Wandavision was the most psychological entry in the series so far as Wanda has to deal with the consequences of her actions. Wanda has expanded the boundaries of the hex to save Vision’s life (again). However, she has fallen into a deep depression that has resulted in her fantasy world glitching and Agnes… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Breaking the Fourth Wall | TV Review

WANDAVISION – All-New Halloween Spooktacular | TV Review

After the big reveals and twists in the previous episode, “All-New Halloween Spooktacular” gives more information that could have big implications for the MCU. Wanda’s brother, Pietro has returned from the dead and now lives as the cool uncle figure to her kids. When the Maximoffs go out trick-and-treating, Vision uses the opportunity to explore… Continue reading WANDAVISION – All-New Halloween Spooktacular | TV Review

WANDAVISION – We Interrupt This Program | TV Review

After three episodes sitcom-focused episodes the episode “We Interrupt This Program” shows S.W.O.R.D.’s reaction to the disappearance of Westview. Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) has returned from the Blip, not realizing she has disappeared for five years. She returns to working for S.W.O.R.D. and gets assigned a mission to help the FBI with a missing persons… Continue reading WANDAVISION – We Interrupt This Program | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Now in Color | TV Review

WandaVision has moved forward to the 1970s with Wanda and Vision continuing to live the suburban dream with the arrival of a child. “Now in Color” picks up where “Don’t Turn That Dial” left off: Wanda is suddenly four months pregnant and turned the world of the suburbs from the black-and-white ‘60s to the colorful ‘70s.… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Now in Color | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience & Don’t Touch That Dial | TV Review

After an unintended yearlong break, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is back with their first show for Disney+, WandaVision. The first two episodes have been released on Disney+ and it sees the MCU go in an unusual direction. Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) have moved into retro suburban America. Vision works as a company that… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience & Don’t Touch That Dial | TV Review