Technically Pop, “Disney+”

Elizabeth Olsen (as Wanda Maximoff) and Paul Bettany (as Vision) sit together, smile, and pose for the camera. The photograph is in black and white, to mimic the style of 1950s sitcoms.

This week, Alex Edwards, Eric Lewis, Josh Cohen, and Corey Goergen talk WandaVision, the second season of The Mandalorian, and Disney+. What do we want from televised depictions of our favorite properties? How will Disney’s early success with these shows change the television and film landscape? Why is Kat Dennings the best? We answer these questions and pitch new Marvel and Star Wars spinoff shows! And once again, we let Molly Slavin have the last word, and she explains why superheroes are bad.

As always, we spoil things early and often!



Listen to the rest of Technically Pop’s Spring 2021 miniseries here: Part 1–Bridgerton, Part 3–2020 in Film and Part 4–Normal People and Ireland in Film and TV. And, catch up on what the Technically Pop crew had to say about the first season of The Mandalorian here.

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Corey Goergen

About Corey Goergen

Corey Goergen is a Brittain Fellow at Georgia Tech. He has an MA from the University of Georgia and a PhD from Emory. His teaching and research focuses on the histories of disability and addiction and the literature of the long eighteenth century.
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