Hawkeye Season 2: Will it happen? – Hailee Steinfeld and Florence Pugh want to make the sequel

Although Hawkeye Season 2 has not been announced or canceled by Marvel Studios, As we know it was a mini-series like WandaVision and Falcon and Winter Soldier, it’s not expected to be renewed, But there is a possibility of its renewal LOKI was also a limited series but it has been renewed by the Marvel, So we still have the hope for Hawkeye Season 2.

In a recent interview with Total Film, Hailee Steinfeld said that her character (Kate Bishop)  has just started in the MCU and there is a lot to explore about the character, and she has also hinted for the season 2 of Hawkeye in her Instagram post.

Similarly, Florence Pugh who had played the role of Yelena in the show has also hinted on her Instagram about Season 2. Yelena is Natasha Romanoff’s sister who had appeared in MCU’s Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Flacon and the Winter Soldier.

Cast speculation of Hawkeye Season 2

If Hawkeye returns for a second season, fans will be hoping to see Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld reprise their roles as Clint Barton and Kate Bishop, the MCU’s best archers. Fans have speculated that a second season would see Bishop fly solo, as she does in previous comic books, although it would be a tragedy to lose the hilarious interplay between the two characters. Despite being a significant breakout success in the first season, Alaqua Cox’s Echo may not be available for a possible Hawkeye season two, as she is set to appear in her own spin-off series.

The season finale of Hawkeye appears to be Marvel’s final gift for the holidays. It’s a miracle we’re still standing at the end of it all, looking to the future, after a year that saw everything from WandaVision to Loki, Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings to (*gasps*) Spider-Man: No Way Home.

That’s correct. We’re already wondering if Hawkeye will return for a second season, thanks to a post-credits scene that just, yet triumphantly, gave us more of Steve Rogers: The Musical.  Obviously! Meanwhile, Maya Lopez and Yelena Belova appear to have gone their separate ways, off to who knows where. To be honest, it’s a refreshing change for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to close the story with a clean, tidy bow rather than overload viewers with end-of-episode secrets and cameos. But, because we enjoyed what we saw, let us speculate on the show’s future in the Marvel universe. Don’t get too carried away.

Marvel has yet to reveal

Unfortunately, Marvel has yet to reveal anything about Hawkeye’s future. If there is a second season, it will very certainly be after Echo, the Disney+ series starring Alaqua Cox’s Maya Lopez, premieres. We can easily rule out further Hawkeye episodes because Echo doesn’t even have a release date. Trinh Tran, a Marvel producer, told CinePOP the following: “There’s never a shortage of new things to tell, especially when it comes to Clint Barton.

” If we’re lucky, a potential Hawkeye Season 2 will keep the stakes low, as that’s what made the first season one of our favorite Marvel series on Disney+. Future episodes could focus on Barton fully introducing Bishop into the Avengers team, similar to how Tony Stark initiated Peter Parker. As Bishop whirls, the series would push Barton to the background, Dealing with threats on the street Lopez and/or her new pal Belova could return for a few episodes.

Does anyone remember Matt Murdock’s Daredevil? More likely, the Hawkeye team will appear in future MCU adventures, nailing aliens or Kang the Conquerer with trick arrows.

Regardless, mark your calendars for Avengers 5—and (hopefully) Steinfeld’s role in the as-yet-unannounced Young Avengers project. Similarly, given that Kingpin is Echo’s adopted father in the comic books, Vincent D’Onofrio’s cameo in the season finale could have been sowing the seeds for this follow-up project. Instead, Vera Farmiga’s Eleanor Bishop, who has been up to no good for quite some time, could be promoted to major villain in the next season of Hawkeye.

Kate would be devastated if she had to fight her own mother, but she might find an unexpected friend in Tony Dalton’s Jack Duquesne (aka Swordsman), who may not be as evil as he appears. We have no idea if Hawkeye has been renewed! If it is given the go-ahead, we won’t see any footage for quite some time.

The tracksuit mafia was busted, Kingpin was put on the run, and Christmas was spared. Huzzah! However, Kate’s appearance at the Barton family Christmas wasn’t the end of the show; when the credits rolled, fans were given a surprise scene with the caption ‘Happy Holidays from Marvel Studios.’


There are no spoilers here, but Hawkeye’s end credits scene was uncommon in that it didn’t hint at a future endeavor. Instead, viewers were given to an unedited Broadway performance from Captain America: The Musical, which was only glimpsed in Hawkeye’s first episode.

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