Nominees for the 64th annual Grammy Awards were just recently announced and Marvel Studios’ series WandaVision has found itself in the nominations which is very exciting! Westview are celebrating!
This is more special for Marvel since it was their debut Disney+ original series. According to the official list of nominees for the Grammy’s, “Agatha All Along” which is written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, has been nominated for the Best Song Written for the category Visual Media. The song features Kathryn Hahn, Jasper Randall, Eric Bradley, Greg Whipple, and Gerald White.
It’s been almost a year since WandaVision premiered on Disney+ on January 15th and inaugurated MCU’s Phase Four. It was the seventh episode of the series which revealed that Wanda and Vision’s neighbour Agnes was one of the classic characters from Marvel Comics; Agatha Harkness and she was the one causing problems in Wanda and Vision’s life in Westview.
Anderson-Lopez spoke about “Agatha All Along,” earlier this year stating that “she gets her own theme song which is in The Munsters, Addams Family and that gives her the witchy feeling.” The musical number “Agatha All Along” is added to music platforms like Apple Music, Pandora and Spotify. The song almost broke around 1.8 million plays on Spotify by the time the series released it’s finale named “The Series Finale” on Disney+ on March 5th.
The post-credit scenes of the final episode were jaw dropping and WandaVision sets up the upcoming Marvel Studios project Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is set to hit the theaters on May 6th 2022.
The film will witness a new and much powerful version of Scarlet Witch and we will see her with Doctor Strange.
On the other hand, the Emmy nominee Kathryn Hahn will return as Agatha Harkness for her new and well-deserved Disney+ series Agatha: House of Harkness. The series is set to reveal more about the character who was first introduced in WandaVision. We can keep our hopes high from the series since Jac Schaefer (head writer and executive producer of WandaVision) is returning for Agatha: House of Harkness.
You can re watch WandaVision on Disney+ and listen to the song on the music streaming platforms!
The 64th annual Grammy Awards ceremony will take place on January 31,2022 in LA!