The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: Release Schedule of Next 3 Eps, Recaps and Reviews
|The Falcon and the Winter Soldier are a mismatched duo who team up for a global adventure that will test their survival skills - as well as their patience. Photo: MARCA|
So, how much longer do you have to wait for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 3 on Disney+? And when will the rest of the episode's debut? Here’s everything you need to know about Falcon and Winter Soldier’s release schedule, according to Decider.
What time is The Falcon and the Winter Soldier on?
All-new episodes of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier land on Disney+ every Friday morning at 3:01 a.m. ET / 12:01 a.m. PT. That means you can stay up late on the West Coast and watch the new episode on Thursday night, or you can get up early on the East Coast and watch it on Friday morning. Either way, make sure you do your best to avoid spoilers before you get a chance to watch it!
When will The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 4 come out on Disney+?
After finishing up Episode 3, you’re really gonna want to see Episode 4—but you’re gonna have to wait. Episode 4 will arrive on Disney+ on Friday, April 9, with subsequent episodes arriving every Friday afterward.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode release dates
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will be shorter than WandaVision, but only in its number of episodes. Kevin Feige has said The Falcon and The Winter Soldier runs 6 hours over its six episodes (whereas WandaVision ran around the same time, over 9 episodes)
Episode 1: Available now.
Episode 2: Available now.
Episode 3: Available now.
Episode 4: Available April 9 -- midnight PT/3 a.m. ET/8 a.m. GMT
Episode 5: Available April 16 -- midnight PT/3 a.m. ET/8 a.m. GMT
Episode 6: Available April 23 -- midnight PT/3 a.m. ET/8 a.m. GMT
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode recaps
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The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode 1:
After Sam Wilson, as The Falcon, helps the military rescue a soldier over Tunisia, he learns about a new group of terrorists, called Flag Smashers. Back in the U.S., Wilson hands over Captain America's shield to the Smithsonian and has a talk with James Rhodes (War Machine) about how he wasn't ready to be the new Captain America. By the end of the episode, Sam's gone home to try and piece together things with his sister and her kids, but her business troubles can't be beaten by super-heroics.
Meanwhile, Bucky Barnes is in therapy over his actions as The Winter Soldier. His therapist pushes him to start living a real life, and his one friend outside of the Avengers tries to get him to date. Bucky, though, still has a lot of guilt to process — as the man he's helping was the father of one of the people he killed when he was working for Hydra. At the end of the episode, we see the U.S. government debut The New Captain America, Tom's Guide cited.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode 2:
John Walker made his public debut on Good Morning America, and Sam and Bucky finally reunited. But when these three heroes met, they did not exactly get along. The Flag Smashers also turned out to have more power than expected. Walker also has his own sidekick: Battlestar aka Lemar Hoskins.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode 3:
Without Sam's approval (or even him knowing), Bucky popped Baron Zemo from jail. The three then went on a bit of a chase for information about the new super-soldier serum, and what's going on. This was aided by Zemo's private plane, as he's still filthy stinking rich.
Their quest led them to Madripoor, a fictional city in Southeast Asia, filled with criminals. Undercover as baddies — with Bucky pretending to be under Zemo's control — the trio wound up under fire, only to be saved by Sharon Carter. Who, it turns out, is now selling stolen art, and has a miserable new attitude that makes us wonder if she's in fact the Power Broker, the person from who the Flag Smashers stole the new serum. After meeting the scientist who re-engineered the super solider serum, the guys had to split ways with Sharon as they search for Power Broker. Bucky took a detour, though, and wound up crossing paths with Ayo, a member of the Dora Milaje who wants her hands on Zemo.
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier reviews
In Tom's Guide's The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode 1 review, I explained how this show will be a hit due to the charisma of Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan. This show is hitting all the Marvel action movie standard nods on the head so far, and we look forward to seeing what it does next.
Mike Ryan of Uproxx tweeted "Saw the first episode of FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER. So far so good? Tough to tell after one episode, but I’m a huge Falcon fan so I’m glad this exists. Also, there’s a character that shows up that is a definite, "Ohhhh, so that’s what this series is about."
MTV News' Josh Horowitz tweeted "Oh hey I guess I can say I’ve seen the first episode of #FalconAndWinterSoldier? Probably more character development for these 2 characters in these 45 minutes than in the previous 10 films. Big scale with some nice “what’s it REALLY like to be a superhero” moments. I’m in."
Collider's Steven Weintraub posted "The first episode of #TheFalconAndWinterSoldier is loaded with action that you’d expect to see in an MCU movie. But for me, the best stuff was the quiet scenes that showed Bucky dealing with his past and Falcon trying to figure out his post-blip life. Big thumbs up."
Peter Sciretta of Slashfilm tweeted "The first episode of Falcon and The Winter Soldier feels like a Marvel movie in a big way, a lot more so than Wandavision (not a knock). The opening action screen feels like a huge MCU action sequence (and not a tv fight), the story feels like it has significant MCU consequences."
Jacob Hall, also of Slashfilm posted "If FALCON AND WINTER SOLDIER is content to be just a fun action romp full of juicy Marvel world-building, the first episode is certainly promising. But considering the talent behind the camera, I suspect/hope for a wild left turn."
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