Loki may not be the only Asgardian getting his own series on Disney’s streaming service, Disney+.
According to Discussing Film, Disney is in early development on a series centered on Lady Sif. The outlet is also reporting that Jaimie Alexander is set to return to the role with Kevin Feige on board as a producer.
It is unclear where on the MCU timeline the series will take place, and additional info on the series is unknown at this time, but we know with the other already announced series, the budget for this one should be somewhere around $100 million and could run for 6-8 episodes. Presumably, some of the other Asgardians who haven’t been given enough screen time over the years might make an appearance as well, but that’s just speculation on our part. For now, the only confirmed character is Sif herself.
Lady Sif was missing from Thor: Ragnarok due to Alexander’s schedule but Feige did state that her charachter was not killed off but simply banished by Loki. So we will have to wait and see where this series takes us.
While Disney+ is set to launch in late 2019, the service already is set to give us tons of Marvel content. Along with the Loki series, Back in October, it was revealed that Falcon and Winter Soldier were set to team up on a new project with Malcolm Spellman (Empire) onboard as the writer. Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie were reported to suit up again as the superheroes. As well as The Vision and Scarlet Witch, which will see Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen reprising their respected roles. A Rocket Raccoon and Groot series has also been rumored.
Source: Discussing Film