When Will What If…? Season 2 Episodes Release?


What If…? Season 2 will bring its first episode to Disney+ on Friday, December 22, followed by nightly releases for the next eight nights until the season comes to a close on Saturday, December 30.

Additionally, Marvel Studios shared an official promotional image showing Jeffrey Wright’s Watcher donning a Santa hat, which is seen behind the dates and titles for all nine episodes.

Those nine episode titles are as follows:

  • Episode 1 – “What If… Nebula Joined the Nova Corps?:” Friday, December 22
  • Episode 2 – “What If… Peter Quill Attacked Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?” Saturday, December 23
  • Episode 3 – “What If… Happy Hogan Saved Christmas?:” Sunday, December 24
  • Episode 4 – “What If… Iron Man Crashed Into the Grandmaster?:” Monday, December 25
  • Episode 5 – “What If… Captain Carter Fought the Hydra Stomper?:” Tuesday, December 26
  • Episode 6 – “What If… Kahhori Reshaped the World?:” Wednesday, December 27
  • Episode 7 – “What If… Hela Found the Ten Rings?:” Thursday, December 28
  • Episode 8 – “What If… The Avengers Assembled in 1602?:” Friday, December 29

Episode 9 – “What If… Strange Supreme Intervened?” Saturday, December 30


Disney’s press release seems to indicate that new episodes of What If…? Season 2 will be released at 6:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. ET, utilizing the same release schedule as Loki Season 2 and Star Wars’ Ahsoka show.

Also included in the release were plot summaries for Episode 1 and Episode 3.

Episode 1, titled What If… Nebula Joined the Nova Corps?,” explores a reality in which Ronan the Accuser eliminates Thanos as a threat a long time before the events of Avengers: Infinity War. Nebula is also recruited to the Nova Corps, showing off her skills as a detective to get out of her father’s shadow.

Premiering on Christmas Eve, Episode 3, titled “What If… Happy Hogan Saved Christmas?,” features the return of Sam Rockwell’s Justin Hammer as the Iron Man 2 villain attacks Avengers Tower during the annual holiday party. Standing in his way is Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan, who engages in some Die Hard-style shenanigans while trying to prove himself as a capable hero.


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