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The Falcon & The Winter Soldier Season 2: Everything We Know So Far

‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ is a superhero drama series about the eponymous protagonists, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes. The first season follows the two heroes as they attempt to defend Captain America’s legacy while dealing with the consequences of the “Blip.” The last episode elegantly wraps up both key characters’ stories in the most emotionally satisfying and gratifying way for MCU fans.

Here’s all you need to know about The Falcon and the Winter Soldier season 2, including a possible release date, narrative, and whether or not it will materialize. Marvel’s second Disney+ program, Falcon & Winter Soldier, has concluded the storylines of Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes post-Avengers: Endgame, with Falcon & Winter Soldier episode 6, “One World, One People.”

Starting to build on the events of the past episode, the finale of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier sees Sam become Captain America, wearing the new costume and wings gifted to him by Bucky (which he had made in Wakanda), the Flag-Smashers both defeated and yet obtaining what they desired, John Walker adopting a new identity, and Bucky attempting to make amends and atone for his past actions as the Winter Soldier.

It’s a lot to stuff in, so it’s not unexpected that there are a lot of loose ends for a future season 2.

The Falcon & The Winter Soldier: Will Season 2 Happen?

Marvel has a slew of new MCU TV programs coming to Disney+, and everything revealed thus far is just for one season, similar to Wanda-Vision. However, it has been reported that several series will have second seasons, albeit it is unknown which ones, and Kevin Feige has stated that concepts for Falcon and Winter Soldier season 2 have been considered. That isn’t a certainty, but it has been another success for the streaming service in terms of audience, so there’s a good chance it will happen.

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The Falcon & The Winter Soldier: Who Can Be In Cast of Season 2?

Season 1’s primary characters are Anthony Mackie in the role of Sam Wilson / Falcon / Captain America and Sebastian Stan in the role of James “Bucky” Barnes / Winter Soldier / White Wolf. Wyatt Russell plays John Walker / Captain America / US Agent, Erin Kellyman plays Karli Morgenthau, Daniel Brühl plays Helmut Zemo, and Emily VanCamp plays Sharon Carter. Except for Kellyman, whose character died in the first season finale, we fully anticipate all of the primary cast members to reprise their roles in season 2.


Danny Ramirez and Elijah Richardson, who played Joaquin Torres and Eli Bradley in the first season, might play more major parts in the second season given their characters’ deep comic book background.

The Falcon & The Winter Soldier: When Will Second Season Release?

When, if ever, would Season 2 of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier be released? Marvel has a full slate of future series running from 2021 through 2022, so it would depend on when there is availability in the production calendar.


With the initial wave of episodes either filming or starting production in 2021, it becomes more probable that Falcon & Winter Soldier will not begin filming until late-2021 or early-2022. Because the first season was so heavily disrupted by COVID-19, it’s difficult to predict how long production would take for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier season 2, but a few months filming and then post-production seems like a safe bet, implying The Falcon and the Winter Soldier season 2 could have an early-2023 release date, perhaps in a similar slot to season 1.

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The Falcon & The Winter Soldier: What Could Be the Story of Season 2?

The first season focuses on Captain America’s legacy and the world’s sociopolitical atmosphere. For the most part, the season plays out like a political thriller. It all comes to a close on a high note for both Sam and Bucky. Sam ultimately resolves to take on the role of Captain America and demonstrates himself to be a suitable successor to Steve Rogers. Meanwhile, as The Winter Soldier, Bucky is finally free of his previous wrongdoings.


Both characters may be saddled with another globe-trotting quest in a potential second season. Because Sam is a black man playing Captain America, he will be scrutinized. All of his acts will be scrutinized, with skeptics waiting for him to make a mistake. As a result, he was able to sense the job’s intensity and scrutiny.

Bucky may struggle to find a sense of purpose now that he is free of his faults from the past. It’s also unclear what John Walker’s new status as US Agent means; he might be an ally, an adversary, or both for Sam and Bucky.


Zemo may be imprisoned, but he certainly has ties with strong individuals who may help him get out. Valentina and Sharon might also be pulling strings from the shadows once more. Finally, Sam will most likely take Joaquin under his wing and prepare him to be the next Falcon. The second season might be inspired by Sam Wilson’s early days as Captain America in comic books, which feature his opponents attempting to undermine him via racism.

The Falcon & The Winter Soldier: What Could Be the Title of Season 2?

The series’s new title, Captain America and the Winter Soldier, is revealed at the end of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s finale. This represents Sam Wilson’s true transformation into Captain America, which he acknowledges inside the episode, although Bucky is still known to as the Winter Soldier, despite his recuperation. Because Sam is now Captain America, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier season 2 would no longer be relevant, thus the new title would be used instead.

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