Jaden Torres, Staff Writer

WandaVision was released on Jan 15, 2021, and was rated TV-PG for being a drama, comedy, and action. There have been 8 episodes of the show and based on what I have watched it is an amazing show that progresses my curiosity every episode. It has really left me in shock after the events of the last few episodes I watched. The show is about the Avengers, Wanda and Vision and the events that take place after the movies Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. I highly recommend watching those movies before watching the show so you know what happens in future episodes, but you do not have to in order to understand what happens in the show.

I decided to watch the show with my dad and during the entire time we watched the show, we always had a shocking or curious face on. The show is very mediocre and makes you feel like you are watching a show from the 70’s but the show progressively gets better. Getting to watch this show was very nice and relaxing to me because it led all my worries away and I got to watch a good tv series. If you are a huge marvel fan, then this show is 100% for you. It displays a lot of emotions while still providing its viewers with amazing content all at the same time.

The only issue I have with the series is that it deals with a lot of mental struggles that a lot of people may find triggering. Some of the events in the show could be hard for some people to watch especially if they had to deal with the loss of someone.

Overall, WandaVision is an amazing show that I recommend to watch if you have Disney+. It is an amazing show that explains what one of the Avengers went through after the events of Endgame. It is a change from Marvel’s normal movies and shows. It shows the series but adds a twist every episode that makes you want to keep watching the show.