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Eyes of Wakanda

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Eyes of Wakanda
Created byTodd Harris
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producers
  • Kevin Feige
  • Louis D'Esposito
  • Victoria Alonso
  • Brad Winderbaum
Production companies
Original release

Eyes of Wakanda is an upcoming animated American web television series, based on the Marvel Comics country of the same name. It is the twenty-fifth television series and the third animated series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and the eleventh installment of Phase Five. The series is produced by Marvel Studios and will be released on Disney+.

The series will premiere in 2024.

Synopsis[change | change source]

Throughout Wakandan history, brave warriors have been tasked to travel the world retrieving dangerous vibranium artifacts.

Production[change | change source]

On February 1, 2021, Deadline reported that Ryan Coogler was developing a television series set in Wakanda for Disney+.[1]

On May 27, 2021, Deadline reported that Danai Gurira would be reprising her role as Okoye in an origin spin-off series for Disney+.

On November 1, 2022, in an interview with Collider, Nate Moore revealed that the series was "probably not as far along as people want it to be".[2]

On November 9, 2022, Variety reported that Ryan Coogler was developing multiple television series set in Wakanda for Disney+. In an interview with Variety, Nate Moore revealed that some ideas for the series involved characters from the Black Panther films and other series would include characters that would be completely new to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.[3]

On December 11, 2023, it was announced that an animated television series centered on Wakanda titled Eyes of Wakanda was in development for Disney+. That same day, it was reported that the series would premiere in 2024.[4]

On January 12, 2024, Variety reported that the series was separate from the live-action series set in Wakanda that was in development.[5]

On March 21, 2024, in an interview with Men's Health, Brad Winderbaum revealed that the events depicted in the series would be part of the main continuity of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He also confirmed that Todd Harris had directed all of the series' episodes.

On May 18, 2024, Brad Winderbaum revealed in an interview that Todd Harris had created the series.

References[change | change source]

  1. Jr, Mike Fleming (2021-02-01). "'Black Panther' Helmer Ryan Coogler Stakes His Proximity Media Banner To 5-Year Exclusive Disney Television Deal; Wakanda Series In Works For Disney+". Deadline. Retrieved 2024-05-23.
  2. O'Rourke, Ryan (2022-11-01). "Marvel's 'Ironheart' Series Has Almost Completed Filming, Reveals Producer Nate Moore". Collider. Retrieved 2024-05-23.
  3. Vary, Angelique Jackson,Adam B.; Jackson, Angelique; Vary, Adam B. (2022-11-09). "Rebuilding 'Black Panther': How the 'Wakanda Forever' Family Fought Through Grief and Injury to Create a $250 Million Superhero Tribute". Variety. Retrieved 2024-05-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  4. "Marvel Studios Celebrates New Season of 'What If...?'". www.marvel.com. Retrieved 2024-05-23.
  5. "Marvel Exec Offers Major Update on Black Panther TV Series". TV Shows. Retrieved 2024-05-23.

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