Warning: This article contains spoilers for “WandaVision” Episode 9.
“WandaVision” wrapped up its run with its ninth episode Friday, titled “The Series Finale.” But the show didn’t give us anything close to a complete story as it set up future projects to consider with its post-credit scenes.
What’s the episode about?
“The Series Finale” had Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) fighting each other. We also see Vision face off with White Vision, and the SWORD organization looks to kill Wanda and the entire world of “Westview.”
First post-credits scene: Where is Monica going?
The first scene appears after the first round of credits. It shows Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) speaking with Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) in Westview as the SWORD organization looks to clean up the mess. She then heads up into a movie theater where one of the agents appears as a Skrull character (the green-skinned aliens seen in “Captain Marvel.”)
The agent tells Monica that a friend of her mother wants to speak with Monica. Monica asks where and the agent points to the sky — a reference likely to space.
This is likely a reference to Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), who was last seen in the post-credits scene of “Spider-Man: Far From Home” working at a space station with other Skrulls. Fury spent a lot of time with Monica’s mother and Carol Danvers in “Captain Marvel,” so this might be a real setup for the next “Captain Marvel” film.
Also, per ScreenRant, the moment might set up the “Secret Invasion” storyline, which, in the comics, centers around Skrulls overtaking the identities of FBI agents.
Second scene: What is Wanda doing now?
The second scene answers a question about where Wanda went after the events of “WandaVision.” It shows Wanda alone in a cabin way in the middle of nowhere. The scene shortly reveals that Wanda is merely a projection created by the real Wanda, who is now the Scarlet Witch.
She’s reading the Darkhold book — a book she took from Agatha that has dark magic information — in the other room. Per ScreenRant, the book’s “power can corrupt the reader, and even lead to tears in the fabric of reality itself. Since the book contains information on the Scarlet Witch, then it’s likely Wanda is wanting to find out exactly who and what she is, and clearly she has already learned some new skills from it, such as the ability to separate herself into two beings.”
And that’s not all. Wanda also hears her sons Timmy and Billy — who vanished with the town of Westview — shouting for help. So does that mean she’s going to try to find them in an alternate reality? Has she found her children again?
Sounds like we’ve got a good setup for a future project. We’ve heard “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” will connect with “WandaVision.” So it’s likely this end-credits scene gives us some setup for that next project.