Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, has assured that they pretend to change the rhythm of series premieres in Disney+, as well as their movies, in favor of a higher quality and with the objective of not saturating the audience, although he believes that there is no general exhaustion for the Marvel formula. This was reported by Entertainment Weekly after speaking with the creative, information is in line with a recent article published by The Hollywood Reporter, where he assured that from 2023 there will be only two series premieres of the MCU on Disney+ per year, in addition to confirming the Nova series, a franchise of which an adaptation had already been announced without confirming its format.
A new era for Marvel Studios in film and television
Since the boom of Avengers Endgame and the end of the Infinity Saga, the MCU has expanded tremendously with a content-packed Phase 4. This one has taken on a more experimental identity, betting on films and series with a faster release pace. This great offer has brought to light the debate about the fatigue of a large audience in the superhero genre and an alleged drop in quality at Marvel Studios in favor of quantity.
"We want Marvel Studios and the MCU projects to really stand out and stand above. So, people will see that as we get further into Phase 5 and 6. The pace at which we're putting out the Disney+ shows will change so they can each get a chance to shine," Kevin Feige assured. In this regard, The Hollywood Reporter has published an article offering more details on the matter, in addition to confirming that Nova will finally be a series for Disney+, without even mentioning an alleged premiere date.
This being the case, it seems that this 2023 we will only have two MCU series on Disney+, such as Secret Invasion and Loki 2; the rest of the already announced TV projects would move to 2024 and beyond, such as Ironheart and Echo. As for Nova, it should be noted that the show has a slower development project than expected, so it will be some time before we see it. Recall that Bob Iger, who is back at the helm of Walt Disney Pictures, recently announced that they should slow down the pace of releases and analyze what is being done well and what is not being done so well.