Ms. Marvel’s directors, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, have released an Instagram video post that teases a potential new season a few days after rumors surfaced that the series has been renewed for a second season.
Disney+ started airing Ms. Marvel in June 2022. Originally, the streaming platform intended for the show to exist as a miniseries that will help give the titular character a proper backstory before she goes on and joins the wider MCU with the release of The Marvels next year. However, following a positive reception, rumors emerged that Disney+ renewed the show for a further season.
While Disney+ is yet to confirm these rumors, the directors are already teasing the second season on social media. The pair made a short video that featured interviews about their experience working on the show’s first season with the following caption, "Just reminiscing on our time spent in the MCU, who’s ready for season 2?!" Even if the caption suggests that work is ongoing on another season of the show, the fact that there's zero announcements means that fans should take every insinuation of a further season with a grain of salt.
Of all the MCU live-action series it has aired, Disney+ has only renewed Loki for a second season despite fans clamoring for others to get the same treatment. If the streaming platform has truly renewed Ms. Marvel, it would be great news for fans and a testament to Disney’s trust in it.
Ms. Marvel’s first season is currently streaming on Disney+. You can catch up on it in anticipation of The Marvels which, if all goes according to plan, is set for a July 28, 2023 release date.