Disney Plus to add a Lady Sif series starring Jaimie Alexander


Marvel and Disney Plus are at again with yet another MCU character joining the massive lineup of shows for its streaming service. The Asgardian hero Lady Sif is the latest Marvel character to get a miniseries on Disney Plus.

The list for Disney Plus’ Marvel Cinematic Universe shows continues to grow. Over the last few months, a number of MCU miniseries have been announced. With so many heroes and antiheroes in the MCU, there’s no shortage of characters.

Fans of Marvel can appreciate the effort the studio is putting into giving them more of what they love. Comic book stories never truly end, and there’s so much material to draw from. It’s why everyone from Nick Furry, Vision, Scarlet Witch, Falcon, Bucky, to Loki, and more are getting their own series on Disney Plus.

Speaking of more, Disney Plus has another hero ready to join the ever-growing lineup. According to Discussing Film, a Lady Sif series is being developed. Oh, and don’t worry, Jaimie Alexander is said to reprise her role.

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Lady Sif is a known face in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She’s had roles in Thor and Thor: The Dark World. Additionally, she’s also made a few appearances on ABC’s Agents of SHIELD. However, she wasn’t in Thor: Ragnarok because Jamie Alexander was busy filming Blindspot.

Moreover, don’t expect to see her in Avengers Endgame. Joe Russo confirmed that Lady Sif, like so many others, was snapped out of existence. More specifically, when asked about Lady Sif, Russo said she was “gone.”

Thankfully, Disney Plus came to the rescue. Soon, fans will once again rejoice at the sight of seeing Alexander as Sif. Disney Plus’ six to eight-episode miniseries’ are bound to pack a punch.

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With a $100M budget per Marvel show  and the return of Jaimie Alexander, the expectations for this series are Asgard-high expectations. Unfortunately, there’s no news on whether Lady Sif’s story takes place before or after Thor:  Ragnarok.