Disney Plus just put its next hand of cards on the table, revealing its spring and summer 2021 schedule. Unfortunately, this comes with a bit of bad news: Loki is coming a little later than anticipated.
Originally slated for May 2021, Loki is now coming on June 11. This will likely create something of a gap between the end of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, which is likely not going to last the whole gap between its March 19 release.
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We don't know the air dates for each The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode, but it's supposed to have a 6-episode run. If the series follows previous examples, it will terminate in the end of April, meaning fans have a 1.5 month window.
During that time, though, Star Wars: The Bad Batch (the follow-up and spinoff of Clone Wars) debuts on May 4.
And if Marvel shows aren't your cup of tea, you'll be excited to see that The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers brings Emilio Estevez back to the TV.
- March 19 – The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
- March 26 – The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
- April 16 – Big Shot
- May 4 – Star Wars: The Bad Batch
- May 14 – High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season 2
- June 11 – Loki
- June 11 – Zenimation Season 2
- June 25 – The Mysterious Benedict Society
- July 2 – Monsters at Work
- July 16 – Turner & Hooch
- July 23 – Chip ‘N’ Dale: Park Life
If the above list gives you a lot of excitement, you might want to make sure you're locked into the Disney Plus annual plan right now. The Disney Plus price is going up from $6.99 to $7.99 per month on March 26, and the annual plan goes up from $69.99 to $79.99 per year.