Ms. Marvel Reportedly Renewed for Season 2

Ms. Marvel Reportedly Renewed for Season 2
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Ms. Marvel/ Kamala Khan is a superheroine who first made her debut in Captain Marvel #14 back in 2013, eventually getting her own solo comic book series named after the character. Going into the year 2018, a TV series based on the character was confirmed to be in the works, fast forward to 2022, and we have Ms. Marvel.


The TV series based on the character made its debut just recently on June 28, 2022, on Disney+ to positive reviews, with critics praising the creative visual style of the TV series. All that applause has now translated into what reportedly sounds like a second season for the first-ever Muslim superhero in Marvel to have her own solo comic book series.

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Vellani as Ms. Marvel

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Ms. Marvel Season 2 Reportedly Renewed by Disney+

Ms. Marvel faced a lot of troll attacks during its first run when it was released back in June, with the mischievous trolls doing their best to review bomb the Iman Vellani-led TV series.

But that didn’t work out for the trolls, as Vellani’s performance was applauded by critics and fans alike for embodying the true spirit of Kamala Khan.

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Vellani in the show

Now that the curtains have been drawn after an amazing performance and storyline of season one of Ms. Marvel, it would only make sense to get a second season renewed.


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Scooper Daniel Richtman has confirmed from his side that the Disney+ series’ renewal is set and done, although his report lacks an official ‘yes’ from Disney or Marvel Studios. This report conveniently came out just a week after footage for The Marvels, a continuation of Ms.Marvel, showed the return of Vellani’s Kamala Khan at the D23 Expo in Anaheim.

No matter how exciting it may sound to be able to see a second season of the TV show, it must be noted that Sana Amanat, head writer of the TV show already indicated earlier that it was meant to be a “limited series”. But hey, there’s no harm in hoping for the best.


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Here’s What Iman Vellani Said About Season 2 Of Ms. Marvel

After the immediate success of the first season, Iman Vellani must be buzzing to get going and start filming for the second season of Ms. Marvel, not to add to the fact that this is the Pakistani-born Canadian actress’ first major role in her acting career.

The 20-year-old actor is now one of the rising names in Hollywood, with her fan-favorite performance as Kamala Khan and the subsequent success of her TV series setting her up for an exciting career in the MCU.

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Vellani posing for a photo

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But it seems like the seniors at Marvel still treat her like a bit of a junior who just has to get the job done. While speaking to Deadline at the D23 Expo, Vellani had a somewhat vague answer to a question about a second season for Ms. Marvel-

“Anything I’ve heard? …They don’t tell me anything. So, you’re not gonna hear anything…. Hopefully. Yeah, we’ve got to start a petition or something, yeah.”

In all honesty, that answer reads like a comedy sketch from a teen comedy movie, which is only fitting for an actor of her age. Moving on to the main point, it’s a bit worrying that the star of the TV series herself has no idea about a second season, leaving the possibility of it happening to speculation.


Ms. Marvel is currently available for streaming on Disney+.

Source: Screen Rant


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