Disney+ has released a batch of new posters for Marvel’s WandaVision ahead of the series’ debut early next year.
The images emerged on the show’s official Twitter account over the past few days, with each new poster teasing the various eras of sitcoms that the show is said to reference – from the black and white ’50s/early ’60s era to the groovier ’60s/’70s period and the classic ’80s/”TGIF” ’90s era, right the way up to some of the more contemporary sitcoms like The Office and Modern Family.
The posters feature the show’s titular heroes, portrayed by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, displayed on ever-changing television sets to reflect different eras. The decor in the backdrop of each poster also alters accordingly, but a tear in the wallpaper/wood panelling in each one-sheet remains the same; it reveals what appears to be some television static, suggesting that everything is not as it seems.
Check out the posters below:
Set after Avengers: Endgame, the six-episode series will follow the lives of Scarlet Witch and Vision who are living as a married couple in the suburban town of Westview, where they attempt to hide their “ill-defined and unexplored” powers. The show will cycle through homages to multiple eras of classic television, starting with a full black-and-white episode filmed in front of a studio audience.
You’ll be able to tune in and watch that first episode when the show lands on Disney+ on January 15, 2021. In the meantime, you might want to surf through IGN’s other stories about Marvel’s new miniseries — we have the latest images and plot details from EW’s cover story, a breakdown of all the House of M Easter eggs hidden in the trailer, and a deep dive into the comics that might have inspired the show.
Adele Ankers is a Freelance Entertainment Journalist. You can reach her on Twitter.