WandaVision Episode 8: Release Date, Schedule and Preview
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WandaVision has shown us its true villain (or has it?) leaving us all itching to get back to Westview. Will Wanda be able to take on Agatha Harkness? Can Rambeau help save the day, or will Quicksilver hold her up? We have a lot of questions...
Below, we dive into the specifics of the WandaVision release schedule, including what exact time you will be able to watch the next installment in the Marvel series. We're also arriving at the end of WandaVisision: there are only two episodes left! Don't be too sad though – Falcon and the Winter Soldier's not too far off.
WandaVision episode 8 release date and time: When does WandaVision Episode 8 come out?
The penultimate episode of WandaVision will arrive on Disney+ on Friday, February 26. That’s also the case for the finale episode, which will also debut on a Friday. Disney+ could always change up the WandaVision release schedule, but that doesn’t seem likely considering how the rest of the season’s played out, according to Decider.
WandaVision episode 8: What time is WandaVision Episode 8 on?
WandaVision Episode 8 will be added onto Disney+ on Friday morning at 3:01 a.m. ET/12:01 a.m. PT, just like the rest of the season. Whether you plan on staying up late or getting up early, you’ll have a new episode of WandaVision waiting to blow your mind.
WandaVision episode 8: When will new episodes of WandaVision come out on Disney+?
The final two episodes of WandaVision will come out on Disney+ every Friday. Just one episode a week, kinda like how TV was released for the first 60+ years of its existence as a medium. Here’s what the release schedule looks like as of now.
Episode 8: Friday, February 26, 2021
Episode 9: Friday, March 5, 2021
All of these dates are subject to change, however. New episodes of WandaVision are added to Disney+ every Friday.
WandaVision episode 8 preview: Agatha Harkness + the last before the finale
As we now approach WandaVision episode 8, one thing is abundantly clear: We are very much close to the end of the road. Also, we now have a central adversary in a way that we previously did not, says Carter Matt.
For the entirety of the series, it’s been clear that something more was going on in this community beyond just Wanda’s construction of it. The mystery was what that something was. We now have a good sense of it courtesy of Agatha Harkness, who for all this time has been working to screw with all of the various “sitcoms” at the core of the show. Now that she has revealed herself, it does set a dramatically different tone for the final two episodes.
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All of a sudden, the show feels less like an attempt for Wanda to live in her own reality; instead, it feels more like her doing everything that she can to save what is left. Things are going to ratchet up, and somewhere along the way we imagine she’ll realize that she can’t stay there forever. She is going to have to move forward at some point. But what does that mean for Vision? What does she learn that applies to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? We do think that there is a little bit of value to this.
Also, remember that there are some greater mysteries left to think about here, as well. Take, for example, all of the Mephisto buzz that is out there — or, possible involvement in some other forces. We’re not sure that this is a show meant to have a season 2, so there’s a lot that needs to be taken on sooner rather than later. (We could envision something more for the Scarlet Witch character in series form, but we’re not sure that it would look or feel anything like this.)
WandaVision release schedule
The WandaVision release schedule is nice and easy to follow now Marvel has reverted to the weekly routine usually followed by new Disney Plus releases. One episode every Friday at midnight Pacific time. Six episodes have aired, three to go. The full release schedule is below if you need to plan ahead and take some holiday time for the finale. Go on. You know you want to.
Every episode currently available on Disney Plus is in bold. Click through the links for our review of each episode.
WandaVision episode 1: January 15
WandaVision episode 2: January 15
WandaVision episode 3: January 22
WandaVision episode 4: January 29
WandaVision episode 5: February 5
WandaVision episode 6: February 12
WandaVision episode 7: February 19
WandaVision episode 8: February 26
WandaVision episode 9 (finale): March 5
The highly-anticipated WandaVision finale is coming up soon. There are just two episodes left in the series, and there are a lot of questions that the show still needs to clear up before the Marvel Cinematic Universe moves on to the next big thing (that being The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, BTW).
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