A new vision

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Marvel Avengers Scarlet Witch and Vision are followed in the best miniseries created yet. Episodes of “WandaVision” are released every Friday on Disney+.

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Marvel has never had a problem doing things out of the ordinary, and their newest, most “out there” show does just that. “WandaVision” premiered its first two episodes Jan. 15 on Disney+ with new episodes released every Friday. 

The storyline follows Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), also known as Scarlet Witch, and Vision (Paul Bettany) as they live their “normal” life – not as Marvel superheroes. Wanda and Vision are stuck in a mysterious alternate reality where outsiders watch them on their own television show. 

Each episode is set up as a different sitcom. For example, the first episode is based on the popular sitcom from the 50s, “I Love Lucy.” This is an interesting take for a superhero film but it is nice to see something different than the basic saving people from a burning building. “WandaVision” is a miniseries for anyone looking for a show to binge but being caught up on the “Avengers” movies will help out.

Mystery and suspense lurk around the corner with every new episode, which makes it extremely binge-worthy. These moments leave the audience with goosebumps goosebumps every time the facade of a happy sitcom transforms into something more intense. 

Wanda is one the most powerful characters and is shown to be a strong female character—which can be hard to find, even in Marvel.

Viewers may want to clear their plans for the whole day if they decide to check this show out, because once they start watching, there is no stopping.

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