Vision Is Getting His Own Show, From Star Trek’s Terry Matalas

Disney+ has ordered a new series for the Marvel character, picking up where WandaVision left off.

The story includes spoilers for the 2021 streaming series WandaVision.

Vision is finally coming back, some five years after we last saw him in 2021’s WandaVision streaming series.

Variety reports today that Disney+ has greenlit a new series for the character, with actor Paul Bettany set to return. The show will be helmed by former Star Trek: Picard and 12 Monkeys writer and executive producer Terry Matalas.

The synthezoid Vision was first created back in the 2015 feature film Avengers: Age of Ultron, and quickly became a cornerstone of the MCU. His shocking death at the hands of Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War set up the storyline for the MCU’s first foray into streaming live-action television, with WandaVision.

The series will pick up the story of the resurrected White Vision, whose body was reanimated by S.W.O.R.D. After a climactic fight with Wanda Maximov’s Hex construct of Vision in the series finale, Vision restored White Vision’s memories of who he once was. This allows the new show to effectively reboot the beloved character, as the reborn vision embarks on a journey of self-discovery … a path that takes the character away from his relationship with Wanda.

Vision and White Vision (WandaVision)
Vision gifts White Vision with a data download (WandaVision)

The announcement of the yet untitled show (formerly rumored as “Vision Quest”) comes amidst recent reports that Marvel is rethinking its television strategy, reducing the number of shows produced for Disney+ each year and also promoting the series to be more stand-alone projects. With the MCU now sprawling outward to so many films and series, Marvel has struggled in the post-Endgame era to find wide viewership for many projects. According to reports the studio will emphasize that viewers don’t need to watch everything in order to follow the storyline of a given show — which certainly seems like a smart move.

Vision’s new series is currently targeting a 2026 debut on Disney+. Fellow WandaVision spin-off Agatha All Along, starring Kathryn Hahn as the witch Agatha Harkness, premieres September 18.


Darren is a fan of all things science fiction, and founded the popular Stargate website GateWorld in 1999, followed by SciFi Stream in 2007. He lives in the Seattle area.

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