WandaVision on Disney+

How to Watch WandaVision on Disney+

WandaVision on Disney+ is a story about a superhero power couple, Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), living an idyllic suburban life. But all of a sudden, their reality starts intersecting and interacting with different decades of TV history. This is done as a callback to contrasting sitcom styles over the years. Is the couple able to save their reality and their home? Watch the series to find out.

Where to Watch WandaVision

Good news! There are a few ways you and your family can enjoy WandaVision, and everything Disney+ has to offer. Disney+ lets you enjoy exclusive original shows, nostalgic favorites, and blockbuster superheroes. Bundle Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN for the ultimate viewing experience. You can enjoy even more savings with an annual subscription.

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How Many Episodes Are in WandaVision?

WandaVision on Disney+

There are nine episodes in WandaVision. The runtime of episodes averages between 27-47 mins. You can check the complete list of WandaVision episodes and their release date below.

  1. Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience“: January 15, 2021
  2. Don’t Touch That Dial“: January 15, 2021
  3. Now in Color“: January 22, 2021
  4. We Interrupt This Program“: January 29, 2021
  5. On a Very Special Episode…“: February 5, 2021
  6. All-New Halloween Spooktacular!“: February 12, 2021
  7. Breaking the Fourth Wall“: February 19, 2021
  8. Previously On“: February 26, 2021
  9. The Series Finale“: March 5, 2021

What Are the Critics Saying about WandaVision?

With an official critics rating of 91% on Rotten Tomatoes and an average audience score of 88%, WandaVision has been extremely well received by all viewers. The lead actors’ performances have garnered special praise.

Lucy Mangan from The Guardian says, “It’s all deliciously, confidently, stylishly done. The parodies are fantastic fun, the jokes are great, the performances (especially from Olsen and Bettany, whose chemistry is a joy in itself) are wonderful.”

Slate’s Willa Paskin writes, “WandaVision is an extremely effective expansion of a huge intellectual property franchise to TV, a project that erases some of the lingering distinctions between TV and film even as its buffs them.”

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Is WandaVision Suitable for Kids?

WandaVision has a TV-14 rating which means some parents may find the content unsuitable for children under 14 years of age.


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