Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Wanda Maximoff and Vision are living the idealistic suburban life in Westview, New Jersey while attempting to conceal their powers and backgrounds. Maximoff has the ability to harness magic, telepathy, telekinesis, and alter reality. Vision on the other hand is an android built by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner from the artificial intelligence J.A.R.V.I.S. and Ultron as well as the Mind Stone. Every episode is set within a decade and influences from past TV sitcoms determine the episode’s plot. Starting in the 1950s with influence from I Love Lucy, each episode contains traditional sitcom-like adventures and jokes up until the early 2000s. The episodes also contain parodies of real-life commercials that hold hidden symbolism within the Marvel Universe. Although, Wanda and Vision’s life takes place within its own fictional sitcom, WandaVision, which is broadcasted on television.
I, personally, have been a Marvel fan for years and after seeing Endgame in its opening week I was so shocked and happy to discover the Phase Four plans for Marvel Entertainment. Considering the past year and a half of events, watching WandaVision and being able to see Maximoff and Vision was lightening. I highly recommend this show to anyone who has Disney+ and is a huge Marvel fan like myself.