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Where to watch WandaVision online in Singapore

The latest instalment from the Marvel Cinematic Universe hits the small screen in highly anticipated series WandaVision.

Disney+ is now live in Singapore and one of the jewels in its crown is the Marvel universe. There are several TV series from Marvel that are scheduled to premiere on the streaming service over the next couple of years, with the most intriguing title of the bunch being WandaVision.

Vision (Paul Bettany) and Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), also known as the Scarlet Witch, are back. But if you are expecting WandaVision to be a continuation of the standard Marvel films you have become accustomed to, you might be a little disappointed, at least initially.

The writers and producers have clearly enjoyed themselves with this small screen entry to the Marvel universe. The show gets underway with our protagonists playing the leading roles in a black and white sitcom that pays homage to television from the 1950s. Yes, really.

Fear not, the action, special effects and futuristic technology for which this behemoth of a franchise is known won’t be too far away. Starting with a nine-episode opening season, this is the first in a number of forays into small screen entertainment for Marvel and Disney+.

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How can I watch WandaVision?

You only have one option when it comes to streaming WandaVision in Singapore, Disney+. Already the home of all the films to date in the Marvel franchise, Disney+ is the exclusive provider of WandaVision.

The are two options to sign up for Disney+ in Singapore. You can get a monthly pass for S$11.98 or you can sign up for a year for a discounted price of S$119.98.

The streaming service has a massive library of family-friendly content that features both TV shows and movies. You’ll be able to access titles not only from Disney and Marvel, but also subsidiaries Pixar, Star Wars and National Geographic. One of the most popular shows to date has been Star Wars spinoff, The Mandalorian

Coinciding with the Singapore launch is the addition of another banner to its service, Star. Adding more elements to the platform from the Disney library, Star offers more mature titles such as the Alien, Deadpool and Die Hard movie franchises. TV shows like Family Guy, Sons of Anarchy and Grey’s Anatomy are also part of the new channel.

WandaVision isn’t the only Marvel show to head to Disney+. The list also includes Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which will follow the two characters in the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame. Then there’s Loki, which will see everyone’s favourite trickster messing with history. And What If…?, an animated adaptation of the comics of the same name, exploring what would happen if certain past scenarios had played out differently. So the Disney+ library will continue to expand.

WandaVision trailer

Image source: Marvel website

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