Disney is set to release physical home media versions of the popular MCU TV shows WandaVision and Loki season 1. This marks a new direction for the MCU, as previous TV shows like Daredevil and Agents of SHIELD have also been released on physical home media. The releases of WandaVision and Loki season 1 are scheduled for September 26 and November 28 respectively.
Loki & WandaVision, Mark a Milestone
Both releases will include special features such as behind-the-scenes footage, deleted scenes, and concept art. This makes them a must-have for MCU fans and a great alternative for those who do not have a Disney+ subscription.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe TV shows have been gaining popularity and have established clear connections to the MCU movies. WandaVision and Loki season 1 have been particularly well received. They will be the first MCU Disney+ streaming series to get a physical home media release. This move by Disney is seen as a test to see if other series can also be released on physical media in the future.
The details for WandaVision’s home media release are not yet available, but the special features for the Loki season 1 set have been announced. These include a sneak peek into Season 2, an orientation video about the TVA timeline, a gag reel, and deleted scenes. The set will also feature “Assembled: The Making of Loki,” which explores the series centered on the MCU’s chief mischief maker.
Both WandaVision and Loki season 1 will be enclosed in beautiful Steelbook cases featuring the central characters. They will also come with concept art card prints. The releases will be spread over two discs.
The home media releases of WandaVision and Loki season 1 provide an opportunity for viewers who do not have a Disney+ subscription to enjoy these popular shows. The eye-catching packaging also makes them a great addition to any MCU fan’s collection.
Overall, the physical home media releases of WandaVision and Loki season 1 demonstrate Disney’s recognition of the popularity and demand for these MCU TV shows. It also opens up new avenues for fans to enjoy their favorite series and for Disney to explore alternative distribution methods for future releases.