Marvel is literally and figuratively getting geared up for the TV world, actually digital world. In the last decade Marvel Cinematic Universe took over the sphere of cinema, but as far as the series format was concerned. It struggled, a lot and the fact that the Arrowverse developed didn’t really benefit it. Any show Marvel produced was instantly compared and more often than not failed.
The only long running show it could put on was Marvels: Agents of Shield. Even though the show is quite good, it doesn’t have the binding capability of Arrow. It can be speculated that the fact that Marvel doesn’t have a network like CW to call home contributed to its difficulty.
I mean CW has a really good working relationship with DC. It’s quite literally like magic. Anything DC related that doesn’t work in other networks magically fits in CW. Case in point- Constantine and Supergirl.
If that is the problem then be prepares, it is getting taken out from the bud. Disney+ has a host of interesting Marvel shows slated to release and why not Disney owns Marvel. These shows include Loki in the next spring, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier in fall 2020, What If…? in Summer 2021, Hawkeye in Fall 2021, Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk.
Of these shows Loki has already started its principal photography according to scooper Charles Murphy.
I'm not sure that the right people will see this, but I can promise you that Loki did begin filming last week. I can't believe that people might not comprehend that these productions aren't always shot in public and that they use a stage at times, which is the case here.
— Charles Murphy (@_CharlesMurphy) January 26, 2020
Many fans expressed doubts saying that they were no paparazzi shots but Murphy cleared this matter saying that these kind of projects are in a large part shot in front of the screen in a studio. It is not all real in the movie. The buildings that fall do not actually fall. Disney has money but not that much money.
Tom Hiddleston who plays the titular role in an interview sad that the series is making him know the character more. His mischief, his magic, and then seeing him come up against more formidable opponents, has taken a different layer in the series.