WATCH: Super Bowl Teaser Trailer for New Disney+ Marvel Shows


As always coming out of the Super Bowl, one of the biggest talking points is the abundance of new trailers that have been released during the game. Sports Illustrated reported that 30 seconds of advertisement this year cost studios $5.6 million, however that high number still did not detract many of the biggest studios from taking advantage of the millions and millions watching.

One such studio was Marvel, who released a teaser trailer featuring not one, but three of their upcoming television shows that will be debuting on Disney+ throughout the next couple of years. “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” “WandaVision” and “Loki” are all coming very soon and all feature in this 30-second spot below:

One of the biggest talking points of the trailer already is the unusual style of “WandaVision,” which will see Elizabeth Olsen and Warren Beatty reprising their roles as Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff and Vision respectively. Around eight seconds of the series is shown in the clip which has the feel of an old multi-camera sitcom. The series has been created by Jac Schaeffer, who has also penned the script for the upcoming Marvel film “Black Widow.”

Also teased is “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” which features a long focus on the shield of Captain America, which was given to Falcon at the end of “Avengers: Endgame.” The series will focus on the aftermath of the latest Avengers epic, in which Anthony Mackie’s Falcon/Sam Wilson begins to learn to take over the mantle of Captain America. A short-haired Sebastian Stan can also be seen in the trailer as The Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes, as well as a glimpse of Daniel Bruhl’s returning Helmut Zemo.

The final show to feature in the spot is “Loki,” in which it was recently reported that Owen Wilson would be joining the cast. Of all three shows, “Loki” has the least amount of spotlight in the teaser, with a small clip of Tom Hiddleston saved right until the very end. Details are still very scarce, but Kate Herron (“Sex Education”) is expected to direct the entire series with Michael Waldron (“Rick and Morty”) writing and producing.

Which of the upcoming Disney+ Marvel shows is you most excited for? Let us know in the comments below!