Release dates of various in-production TV series are in flux because of the ongoing WGA strike, yet Disney+ has just declared a few significant titles to mark in your calendar. The eagerly anticipated second season of Loki premieres on October 6, while Echo, a spinoff of Hawkeye, will air the entire season on November 29.

The streamer’s unusual decision to drop an entire season at once, as with Echo, will be noted by Marvel series fans on Disney+. As quoted by Deadline, Marvel head Kevin Feige stated today at Disney’s Upfronts presentation, “In Hawkeye, fans were first introduced to Maya Lopez, a character played by Alaqua Cox.” In Echo, a limited drama from an incredible team of indigenous writers, directors, and actors, she will return to exact her vengeance. Additionally, for the first time ever, episodes will air on November 29. Sorry Loki fans, but you can’t watch that on repeat; It will be published weekly.)

An alternate sort of superhero — Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones — will likewise be marking out some real estate on Disney+, helpfully planned to get fans as advertised as conceivable in front of the June 30 arrival of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate. Beginning May 31, you can go to Disney+ to see your number one fedora-wearing whip-wielder in Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, Last Crusade, and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (which you are under no obligation to watch or try and recognize, assuming you feel the same way we do about that one), as well as television series The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones, in which li’l Indy is played via Sean Patrick Flannery.

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