After the premiere of Moon Knight this year, the productions of wonder at Disney+ they were painting a promising future, given the fact that, unlike previous productions, those of this year dealt with completely new characters, who have never been seen before in the MCU. Among these is Mrs. Wonderthe youngest proposal from the superhero studio.
However, despite the good quality of editing, good writing and an incredible performance by its lead actress, Iman Vellani, the series that tells us the story of young Kamala Khan is currently the Mavel series with the lowest audience record on its Disney+ platform.
According SambaTV, the series only reached 775,000 households which have the Disney streaming platform, with the best reception being from younger audiences. The average age is between 20 and 24 years old.
This was a drop from what was Disney’s early live-action series with high-caliber productions such as Wanda Vision, which paved the way for Scarlet Witch and its outcome in Doctor Strange 2 while opening the doors to the Agatha series. He followed The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which also served to install a new Captain America in the skin of Sam Wilson. Loki, meanwhile, kicked off the mayhem of the multiverse and is also the first – and so far only live-action – that will get a second season.
series like Hawk Eye also saw a mixed reception but eventually garnered more attention with the inclusion of Florence Pugh’s character Yelena, who had previously been seen in Black Widow, as well as Vincent D’Onofrio’s return to his role in Daredevil in as Kingpin.
Aiming at a younger audience, this may be why Ms. Marvel failed to attract more fans. However, this series will be of great interest to fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as Ms. Marvel sets us up to see Kamala join Captain Marvel and Monica Rambeau in the upcoming film. wonders.