Marvel's Scarlet Witch TV series reportedly has a title and it might include another major Marvel Cinematic Universe character. Back in September, it was announced that Tom Hiddleston's Loki and Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch were getting their own shows on the upcoming Disney+ streaming service. It was later confirmed that the Loki show is in the works by Bob Iger, but he did not mention anything about the Scarlet Witch show. However, it looks like the title for the show has been revealed and it will be pretty interesting for MCU fans.

The Scarlet Witch TV series is reportedly entitled Vision and the Scarlet Witch, which makes it seem that Paul Bettany will be involved in the show as well. This is interesting for a few reasons, mainly because both characters did not survive the events of Infinity War, which either means that Avengers 4 will reverse their deaths, or the show will take place before the events of the last Avengers movie. Either way, this show just turned into something completely different.

It's important to note that the Vision and the Scarlet Witch title has not been confirmed by anybody at Marvel or Disney. But, back when the Loki and Scarlet Witch shows were first announced, there were talks of Vision being involved. There's not a whole lot of information about the projects, but it's believed that they will each be a limited series. All of this information has just put a lot more pressure on Avengers 4 to answer a lot of questions for the future of the MCU on the big screen as well as the small screen.

In addition to the Loki and Scarlet Witch shows, it has also been rumored that a Rocket and Groot show is in the works for the Disney+ streaming platform. As with the other shows, no other information is currently available. If that wasn't enough, there's also reportedly a Falcon and Winter Soldier show in development. Even if half of these shows don't end up happening, Disney is curating quite the impressive stable of original content for their streaming service. Marvel and Star Wars fans are going to instantly want to check out what's going on with all of these new shows when the service launches in late 2019.

Along with aforementioned Marvel shows, there's also hope that the recently canceled Marvel shows from Netflix will receive a new home on Disney+. Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist were all recently canceled, leading many to believe that they will reappear on the new streaming service. As with most things having to do with Marvel, that has yet to be officially announced, though they did heavily hint that Daredevil will be back in some capacity. For now, it looks like Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen are going to be sharing a new show. This news was first reported by Deadline.

Kevin Burwick