WandaVision is Amazing
It is, but it may not be for everyone. Right now. (I will get to that later.) If you are a Marvel fan and you have been watching the trailers and waiting for WandaVision to release you do not need to wait anymore. The first 2 episodes dropped today on Disney+ and they are perfect. From the first 2 episodes, I can already tell the season is going to be full of laughs, love, and mystery. I am going to try my hardest to not spoil a single thing in this review. So, are you ready? Here we go.
Everything is not as it seems…
After watching the trailers everybody should be able to see this is a given. From the trailer, you can see that Wanda and Vision are living a life that seems to drift through different decades pretty quickly, and this is where some people may not like WandaVision. Right now. Haha! I said it above, and I will say it again. If you are not a huge fan of TV shows such as I Love Lucy, I Dream of Jeannie, or the Brady Bunch then I think it might take you a while before you will like the setup of the show. BUT, big but, watching every episode of WandaVision is worth it. In a way, you will almost have to because there are so many Easter eggs that will solve the mystery of the show.
I have so many questions
While watching the first 2 episodes I had so many moments where I asked why? (I was starting to sound like my kids. Haha!) What is going on? Why is Vision there? So many WHY’s!!!! Haha! Obviously, questions will be answered and more questions will come up as the season progresses, but it seems we are in for one mind-bending wild ride with WandaVision.
A must watch show
Usually, I have a rating part of my review posts, but it is hard to rate a show where I have only seen 2 episodes. So, if I was to rate the first 2 episodes of WandaVision I would give each of them an A+. I have high hopes for the show and I really hope the rest of the season can deliver like the first episodes. Only time will tell. What is certain, for me though, is Elizabeth Olsen (Wanda) and Paul Bettany (Vision) have amazing chemistry together, and Kathryn Hahn (Agnes) is hilarious. There is so much to look forward to with WandaVision, and if WandaVision is a taste of what we have to look forward to for all of the other Marvel shows coming to Disney+, whew, it’s going to be epic.
If you are as big a Marvel fan as I am I will be having discussions on my Facebook page to talk about each episode. Come join in on the conversations!
Marvel Studios presents “WandaVision,” a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany)—two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems. Directed by Matt Shakman with Jac Schaeffer as head writer, the new series debuts exclusively on Disney+ beginning January 15, 2021.
More from Disney+
If you are looking for more content on Disney+ then make sure you check out my reviews for Safety HERE and Godmothered HERE. To see upcoming movies and shows make sure you check out my Walt Disney Company Investor Day Highlights post HERE.
3 thoughts on “WandaVision: First 2 Episodes Spoiler-Free Review”
I wasn’t sure about the show at first but by the end of episode two, I was hooked 🙂
Omg and now after episode 5! This show is genius!
It was over too fast! Lol. Looking forward to the next one 😁