WandaVision cancelled


NBC News

Fans complain about the relationship dynamic between Wanda and Vision, calling it boring, bland and stale. “Not only did I have to see my favorite character die again, but his relationship with Wanda brought down the whole thing for me,” Junior Somiyah DeMarcado said.

Jemiah Clemons, Opinions Editor

Following the wrap of WandaVision, recent reports say Marvel and Disney decided to cancel the show and characters as a whole. Despite positive reviews on Twitter, the series did not gain as much attention as the studio hoped for. The views and critic reports did not positively reflect the show and this caused Disney to head in a different direction.

“I like the show, but I felt like it was missing something. It just didn’t have the it factor,” junior Erica Holder said.

Viewers took to social media to express their dislike for the run time and amount of episodes. With only 10 episodes, the fans wanted to see more of the characters they liked. Theories surrounding certain characters did not come true and this set fans over the edge. Fans on Twitter suspected that the character, Pietro, would actually become Mephisto. Sadly this did not happen and added to the laundry list of complaints.

“The fake Pietro turning into Mephisto would’ve been so much cooler than the ending he got in the show. I wish the showrunners actually listened to the fans and what we want to see,” junior Arden Jaramillo said. 

While viewers did enjoy the new character additions, that alone could not save the series. Characters such as Hayward, White Vision, and Kat simply disappeared from the final episode. The outrage gained international attention from the one and only Amelia Mignonette Thermopolis Renaldi, Queen of Genovia.

“The great people of this country and all over the world deserve better. The characters added great comedy and fun to the show. My cat, Fat Louie, truly did not approve of this catastrophe,” the Queen said.

April Fool’s, you fool!


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