With Disney’s very own streaming service Disney+ coming out later this year, it seems Marvel Studios is working doubly hard to pump out content for the launch of the streaming service.

With shows starring fan-favourite villain Loki, as well as the power couple Vision and Scarlet Witch confirmed, it seems that another Marvel character might be starring in her very own Disney+ series.

According to Discussing Film, Marvel is reportedly working on a television series for the Norse warrior Lady Sif. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is said to be producing the show with Jaimie Alexander reprising her role of Sif.

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It is currently not known if the potential Lady Sif series will take place before or after Thor: Ragnarok, a film where Lady Sif was suspiciously missing from.

Despite being a popular character, Alexander’s Lady Sif was unable to appear in Thor Ragnarok due to scheduling conflicts — Alexander plays a leading role in the drama series Blindspot. Though that seemed to be for the best, given how director Taika Waititi dealt with the Warriors Three.

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In an interview with Variety’s Playback with Kris Tapley, Kevin Feige confirmed Marvel Studios’ future on Disney+ and added that the streaming platform will be a big part of Marvel Studio moving forward, by allowing the Marvel Cinematic Universe to “expand in ways that fans didn’t think was possible”.

Marvel Studios’ upcoming project premieres on March 8 with the Captain Marvel movie.


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