Marvel’s Agatha Harkness Show Gets Its Actual, Obvious Title

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Agatha All Along was, of course, Agatha all along. Tuesday, Marvel Studios finally finished its multi-year magic trick, changing the title of the upcoming Agatha Harkness show every few months, and landed on its official title. And it’s the one we expected all along: Agatha All Along. The show will debut with a two-episode premiere on September 18.

Kathryn Hahn stars as the witch, who made her debut in WandaVision, and will be joined by new additions played by Patti LuPone, Aubrey Plaza, and Heartstopper’s Joe Locke. Here’s the title teaser.

Also at the event, Marvel announced that its Riri Williams show Ironheart will debut in 2025 and that Daredevil Born Again will debut in March 2025. That pretty much makes them the next three Marvel Studios shows coming to Disney+.

Dominique Thorne and Anthony Ramos star in Ironheart, which follows the young tech genius who debuted in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, while Charlie Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Jon Bernthal return for Daredevil Born Again. Those characters, of course, debuted over on the Netflix version of Daredevil but have since begun appearing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In Spider-Man: No Way Home and She-Hulk for Cox’s Daredevil, and Hawkeye and Echo for D’Onofrio’s Kingpin. Bernthal’s Punisher is expected to make his MCU debut on this show.

Overall, these are a lot of things that had been all but confirmed beforehand–and now, they’re well and truly confirmed. First up though is Agatha. Are you excited? Did the title joke work for you? Let us know below.

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