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The next episode of ‘WandaVision’ brings us to uncharted territory

What will happen in ‘WandaVision’ Episode 8?

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Paul Bettany as Vision in “WandaVision.” What will happen in ‘WandaVision’ episode 8?

Paul Bettany as Vision in “WandaVision.” What will happen in “WandaVision” Episode 8?

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When it comes to “WandaVision,” we are in uncharted territory.

There is little known about the next episode of “WandaVision,” including its format, style and plot details. But we know there were a few cliffhangers in Episode 7 that will likely be explored in the new episode that airs Friday morning.

Details

  • Time: 1:01 a.m. MST (12:01 a.m. PST)
  • Location: Disney+
  • Titles: Episode 8
  • Run times: 47 minutes (rumored)

What’s the episode about?

The seventh episode of “WandaVision” ended with multiple cliffhangers.

For one, we learned that Agnes (Kathryn Hahn) was Agatha Harkness, a villain with magical abilities, the entire time. She showed Wanda a clip where Agatha is manipulating any event from the last few episodes that negatively affected Wanda.

  • Harkness is a character from the Marvel comic books, who has tangled with Wanda (as Scarlet Witch) in the past, as I wrote for the Deseret News.

The other cliffhanger came in a mid-credits scene where we saw Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) trying to get into Agnes’ house. She opens the door of the basement. Pietro (played by Evan Peters) appears behind her. “Snoopers gonna snoop,” he said. The scene cut away after that moment, leaving us with several questions about what’s to come next, as I wrote for the Deseret News.

So we can imagine that these two cliffhangers may be explored. We also saw footage of Wanda stealing Vision’s body in one of the “WandaVision” trailers, and later in a scene in the show. So maybe we will see that clip in the upcoming episode.

How to stream

“WandaVision” is available only on Disney+. To watch the show, you will need a subscription for the streaming service, which can be purchased for monthly or yearly rates at the Disney+ website. There are currently no free trial offers.

  • Disney+ costs $6.99 per month or $69.99 for the year
  • Hulu and ESPN Plus can be bundled in for $12.99 per month.