Ms. Marvel Writer Hopeful Show Will Get Season 2 Despite Horrendous Backlash

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Marvel Studios is back with another superhero of Phase 4 based on the Marvel Comics. Bisha K. Ali created Ms. Marvel, Disney+ miniseries with Iman Vellani playing the role of the main character Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel.

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Marvel Studios Disney+ series Ms. Marvel

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The teenage hero Kamala Khan made her MCU debut this week in the Disney+ Ms. Marvel revolves around Kamala, a Pakistani-American teenager from Jersey City who is a super-fan of Captain Marvel. The young teenager wants to become an avenger but discovers that she has superpowers of her own. The miniseries shows the journey of Kamala Khan and how she will manage to navigate being a teenage girl, from the struggles of not fitting into living up to the standards of her family.

Is There A Season 2 Possibility For Ms. Marvel?

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Will Ms. Marvel ever get Season 2

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Ms. Marvel is a limited miniseries, hence fans are wondering about the possibility of season 2. This concern was addressed by the Miniseries writer. In an interview with Screenrant, Ms. Marvel show writer, Sana Amanat addressed the concern when asked about the possible chances of Ms. Marvel’s Season 2.


“I hope there are. I mean, it is laid out as a limited series for her to go off and do other things. It certainly establishes her [as a] hero. She will be going into Marvels next, so that’s kind of there. I hope we get a Season 2 is all I’m going to say! I hope we’re a part of that.”

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What lies ahead for Ms. Marvel?

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Iman Vellani playing Kamala Khan in the Disney+ miniseries

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Ms. Marvel season 1 will consist of six episodes, concluding on July 13, similar to other MCU shows on the Disney+ platform. However, as Amanat points out, The Marvels will unite Kamala with Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers and Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau. After what the writer shared, we can now understand that the current plan is for the show is to build a standalone origin story for Kamala, but there may be room to continue her solo narrative.

We all understand that very well that Marvel is not rigid and has changed according to the situation. Just like Loki, Ms. Marvel could have the second sequel of the show.


Ms. Marvel is now available on Disney+.



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