With the cancellation of Luke Cage and Iron Fist, Marvel’s future on Netflix looks unclear for now, but the future on Disney’s streaming service appears to take a strong start.

The Disney streaming service will be home to many Marvel live-action scenes shows and Star Wars shows. While Star Wars has already entered its production stage on The Mandalorian, Marvel is yet to make an official start.

As reported previously, Marvel will produce a Loki and Scarlet Witch series for the service with Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen to reprise their roles. Now a new report from MCU Cosmic states that a third series might be underway too, and it’s rumoured to be centred around Nick Fury!

The rumours reveal that there are two more series in development other than Loki and Scarlet Witch, and one of those shows will feature Nick Fury, while the other is still a mystery. However, this should just be taken with a grain of salt, as nothing on a Nick Fury series has been officially confirmed yet.

When Marvel initially announced to launch a limited series for some of its popular characters, it was said that the shows would be about those characters who are likely to never receive their own solo film. Nick Fury belongs to the same category.

Nick Fury, played by Samuel L. Jackson has been a fan favourite since its first appearance in 2008’s Iron Man. Even if we don’t get to see his own series, the character is returning to the big screen in next year’s Captain Marvel.

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