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Hawkeye: Will It Be As Popular As Loki And WandaVision (Or Will It Be Smaller Like What If)?

How will Hawkeye fare in comparison to Marvel’s other Disney+ series in terms of popularity? Hawkeye will be the MCU’s eighth Phase 4 release, and its sixth Disney+ series when it debuts in November. WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and Marvel’s What If…? will all have concluded by the time Hawkeye airs its premiere episode on the streaming platform’s MCU roster.

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Hawkeye: Will It Be As Popular As Loki & WandaVision (Or Will It Be Smaller Like What If)?
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Hawkeye will be one of three projects left on Marvel’s 2021 schedule after the conclusion of What If…nine-episode ?’s first season, with Eternals and Spider-Man: No Way Home being the other two. Hawkeye will premiere on Disney+ on November 24 and will run for the majority of December, in keeping with its Christmas location and theme. Hawkeye, like WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, will feature on a significant MCU Avenger who has never been the subject of a solo, live-action film. It will also introduce a new legacy character, Kate Bishop, played by Hailee Steinfeld, who is likely to share (and maybe take over) Clint Barton’s “Hawkeye” mantle.

Why Loki and WandaVision Are the Most Popular Marvel Shows on Disney+?

Hawkeye: Will It Be As Popular As Loki & WandaVision (Or Will It Be Smaller Like What If)?
Loki / Wanda

Because of the MCU’s built-in audience, all Marvel shows gain from being part of it. The data obtained for Loki and WandaVision show that they were the most popular shows in the MCU. WandaVision was the most popular show in the world when it first aired, with more viewers and attention than any other show on the air at the time. It didn’t hurt that the epidemic had whetted the appetite for new MCU content. Following the conclusion of the series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was released, which was also a huge success. Loki had an arguably higher level of success, as evidenced by how quickly it reached streaming milestones. There’s no doubt that all three live-action shows have been successful in attracting viewers to Disney+, but Loki and WandaVision appear to be the most popular so far. Given how inventive and unusual both series were for Marvel, this isn’t surprising.

What If…? Has a smaller stature than Loki.

Hawkeye: Will It Be As Popular As Loki & WandaVision (Or Will It Be Smaller Like What If)?
What If…?

Marvel’s What If…? has received significantly less attention than WandaVision and Loki. That isn’t to suggest it isn’t successful; it simply isn’t on par with the competition. It doesn’t appear to be garnering as much interest. The reason for this can be linked to a number of crucial variables. To begin with, Marvel’s What If…? is an animated series, and it’ll be impossible for a cartoon MCU show to compete with a live-action one.

Why Will Hawkeye Be More Like Loki Than What If…?

Hawkeye: Will It Be As Popular As Loki & WandaVision (Or Will It Be Smaller Like What If)?
Hawkeye: Will It Be As Popular As Loki & WandaVision (Or Will It Be Smaller Like What If)?

The Direct reports that data gathered on expectations for upcoming autumn TV episodes may provide a sense as to where Hawkeye would lie on the spectrum. The Hawkeye trailer received more views on YouTube than those for What If…?, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and even WandaVision, according to Whip Media. Hawkeye is also said to be the most anticipated programme this autumn, ahead of Foundation, Y: The Last Man, and likely Wheel of Time, according to Whip Media. Furthermore, according to Whip Media’s data, Hawkeye’s hype is ahead of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and close to Loki.

Considering how well the other shows have done, it wouldn’t be surprising if Hawkeye follows in the footsteps of Loki and becomes a smash hit. Especially because it revolves around an original MCU Avenger and a character who has long been denied the chance to star in his own project. It, too, is ready to ride high on its built-in audience and returning characters and to ascend even higher with what the programme adds to the table, just like the first three live-action Marvel shows. Hawkeye adding a hefty amount of humour into the character, as well as its humorous tone, promising something unique and entertaining, which sounds like it will convert into yet another Marvel Studios smash.

Written by Prachee Mishra