Are you still watching.... I have about 6 more weeks left of Epix before it is gone and was not sure if I wanted to indulge.Just started watching Pennyworth on Epix. It's not the "old" Pennyworth that was set in the 1920's, but now it's set in the 1950's with a lot of scenes from the earlier series.
Saw the commercials. I don't think I get the concept.
I watched the Legends bits and it is actually a nice feature. These are great re-freshers leading into a series to help catch up for fans that are not too deep into the back stories. Other franchises with large casts would be wise to have a similar feature so folks that are not too deep into a series can enjoy a new series a little better.There is also a New series on Disney+ called marvel legends, that goes through the history of each character in the MCU to date. Naturally, the first ones they started with were Wanda and vision, so people who aren’t familiar with the MCU can get caught up and watch the new WandaVision show that came out today.
explained very well thank you. Could be entertaining. Certainly gives the actors something to do.And it’s hard to explain.
Essentially Wanda has the power to create alternate realities. Whether that’s what’s going on or there’s something bigger at play, we don’t know. We’re led to believe on the surface that this is her creating an alternate reality where she and Vision can live happily ever after, despite him having died in the movies. There’s certainly a twist coming though.
They are following the format of classic sitcoms from the past. So there is an episode where it resembles an episode of bewitched, Van Dyke, Roseanne, full house, and I think I heard modern family. Each episode takes place in a different decade of TV. But at the same time there’s a mystery unfolding in the background of what’s really going on that ties into the overall Marvel universe.
They apparently even go so far as including fake old style commercials, that include clues as to what’s really going on in the background as a whole