Marvel Studios recently confirmed the date change for several TV series coming out in the next few years such as Daredevil: Born Again, Echo, Agatha: Darkhold Diaries (formerly titled Coven of Chaos) and the second season of What If…?, while Loki Season 2 remains confirmed for October 6th. Daredevil itself suffered the heaviest postponement, with the TV series being removed from the calendar. Work came to a screeching halt due to the screenwriters’ strike that has been going on for months in Hollywood.
What If…? Season 2 will arrive this Christmas. Jeffrey Wright, the original voice of the Observer, will return to the series. Echo, the spin-off centered on the character introduced in Hawkeye, was moved to January 2024. Wilson Fisk (Vincent D’Onofrio) and Daredevil/Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) will also return to the series. Disney will follow a ‘Netflixian’ style publication with this Marvel Studios series and will publish all episodes at launch.
This will then be followed by X-Men ’97, an animated TV series that reflects the tone of the animated series broadcast on Fox in the 1990s. The release is set for early 2024 and aims to be a love letter to the original series. Agatha: Darkhold Diaries has instead been postponed to autumn 2024 and will focus on the eponymous witch already met in WandaVision. Ironheart, which as you might guess will focus on the character of Riri Williams, is now off the schedule. The same fate befell the already mentioned Daredevil: Born Again it’s at Wonder Man, con Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.
The chaos is probably attributable to the strike of the actors’ and screenwriters’ unions, still underway in the USA and which has already caused Deadpool 3 to be postponed back and forth.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter