Disney decided today to spoil critics waiting for more productions on Disney+. During the winter presentation for the Television Critics Association, the studio presented not only excerpts from The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, but the release dates for many of the productions heading to Disney's streaming service. Unfortunately, that includes one delay. Loki will debut not in May, but on June 11, barely a few days after Black Widow's theatrical debut. Presumably, this is due to the post-production problems that the movie studios (and others) are having due to the relentless coronavirus.
Marvel fans weren't the only ones to learn the release date of a highly anticipated show. Disney has also announced the premiere date for Star Wars: The Bad Batch, a spin-off of the acclaimed animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The show will be available on Disney+, starting May 4. The label's schedule announced during the TCA conference also includes a handful of other productions, such as the second season of High School Musical: The Musical (May 14) and Monsters at Work (July 2).