Disney Plus streaming giant is all set to bring in another amazing marvel installment and we will very soon enjoy a new superhero series that is launched on the platform and is owned by Disney Studios. In this series, we will also get to see many great characters like Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, and many more. The series is also going to have a two-episode premiere on November 24th and we have collected as much information as we got on the same.
Marvel’s Hawkeye Release Date
The first two episodes of the marvel series Hawkeye will very soon premiere on Disney+ on November 24th, 2021. The new episodes of the series will be out every Wednesday until the final episode that will be released on December 22, 2021. We can call it early Christmas entertainment but it’s understandable because not everything can be available at once.
Hawkeye Release Schedule
The release schedule for Marvel’s Hawkeye will have a total of six episodes in the following order.
- Episode 1: November 24, 2021
- Episode 2: November 24, 2021
- Episode 3: December 1, 2021
- Episode 4: December 8, 2021
- Episode 5: December 15, 2021
- Episode 6: December 22, 2021
How Can I Watch Marvel’s Hawkeye?
Marvel’s Hawkeye is available exclusively on Disney+ for all the subscribers. You can watch every episode of the series on-demand after the time of its publishing on the platform on all your compatible devices from anywhere. However, do remember the geo-blocks.
How Long Are Hawkeye Episodes 1 and 2?
The time durations for the first two Hawkeye episodes are around 47 minutes for Hawkeye episode 2. The second episode of the series is about 49 minutes will long. This brings up to a conclusion that the episodes on the series that is 40 to 50 minutes long but we will have to see that whether our speculation goes right or not.
What Time Does Hawkeye Come Out on Disney+?
Hawkeye will set its foot on Disney+ at 12:01 Am PT (3:01 Am ET). Every new episode will release on Wednesday. The finale of the series will be set to premiere on the Disney+ streaming platform on December 22, 2021.
What’s Marvel Hawkeye About? How It Fits Into MCU?
Marvel’s Hawkeye takes place after our very favorite Avengers: Endgame in a post Blip New York that sees Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye who is now trying to get back home in time for Christmas. But unfortunately, an old threat from his past all of a sudden shows up and makes him off-track of all his plans. This all leads him to team with Hailee’s character Kate Bishop and puts stop to a criminal enterprise.
Will There Be Hawkeye Second Season?
Unfortunately, there is no official announcement from the makers about the second season of Marvel’s Hawkeye. However, what we do know is that Marvel’s and Loki What If’s will be getting new seasons. So, let’s wait for the official announcement from the makers about Hawkeye’s second season, and as soon as we get an update we will surely bring it to notice.
Who Is in the Hawkeye Cast?
Jeremy Renner who first appeared as Clint Barton/ Hawkeye will be picking up the lead role in Disney’s Hawkeye series. He will be joined by new to the MCU Hailee Steinfeld’s character that is Kate Bishop who is one of the biggest fans of the Hawkeye series. In addition to this Marvel’s Hawkeye is also going to present us the return of Florence Pugh’s and we will also no more see the fallout from Black Widow’s credit scenes.
We have also heard that a new addition will be there in the cast of MCU would Alaqua Cox, who is going to play the role of Maya Lopez. And that is before she stars in the spin-off series named Echo. In the story, Lopez is a native American character who has the best capabilities of performing anyone’s fighting style, and that is too much like a Taskmaster.
Here’s a simple list of all the characters we are going to see in Marvel’s Hawkeye:
- Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton / Hawkeye
- Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop
- Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova
- Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez / Echo
- Ava Russo as Lila Barton
- Piotr Adamczyk as Tomas
- Clayton English as Grills
- Cade Woodward as Nathaniel Barton
- Vera Farmiga as Eleanor Bishop
- Tony Dalton as Jack “Swordsman” Duquesne
- Zahn McClarnon as William Lopez
- Brian d’Arcy James as Derek Bishop
- Linda Cardellini as Laura Barton
- Aleks Paunovic as Ivan
- Fra Fee as Kazimierz “Kazi” Kazimierczak
Behind the screen, the series will be directed by Katie Ellwood and Amber Finlayson. both of them are popular by their pen names that are Bertie and Bert. they will be joined by Rhys Thomas who will be serving as the executive producer of the Hawkeye series. Other additional executive producers will be Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Trinh Tran, Kevin Feige, Brad Winderbaum, and Alex Lalonde.
Official Synopsis For Hawkeye
Marvel Studios’ “Hawkeye” is an original new series set in post-Blip New York City where former Avenger Clint Barton aka Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) has a seemingly simple mission: get back to his family for Christmas. But when a threat from his past shows up, Hawkeye reluctantly teams up with Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), a 22-year-old skilled archer and his biggest fan, to unravel a criminal conspiracy.
Will Marvel’s Hawkeye Deal Will Fallout of Barton’s Time as Ronon?
The answer is yes, Marvel’s Hawkeye will address all the people Barton has killed being Ronin in the following events of Avengers: Infinity War. The ones who don’t remember this, Thanos has snapped out Barton’s entire family and has gone on a rampage streak.
Even in an interview the director of Hawkeye also confirmed that this part of Barton’s story is a crucial part and it won’t be ignored for sure.
The first and the only trailer that was released for marvel’s Hawkeye in the month of mid-September and the trailer revealed that it will be a Christmas show.
Wasn’t Hawkeye Supposed to Be A Movie?
Now, during an interview with a media portal, the producer of Hawkeye Tran also confirmed that the disney+ series was actually planned as a movie and was set to be a solo star movie with Jeremy Renner as the lead character. However, as the story had so many details that need explaining, Hawkeye got converted into a web series.
She explained in her statement: “It allows us the creative flexibility to explore the characters a lot more because we have the time and space to do so,” she explained. “We decided to move Hawkeye from the feature side over to the Disney+ side for that very reason.”
So, this was all that we knew about the series Hawkeye. Do share your reviews about the series and we will also keep on bringing all the new updates here. Stay tuned to our websites for all the new updates.