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Kathryn Hahn Is Getting What She Wanted From Agatha: House Of Harkness

According to the latest Production Weekly, we have an Agatha: House of Harkness synopsis and a revealing one at that. There is also a head writer named in their latest listing for the show. The outlet is rarely ever wrong for things like production dates, or working titles. Though it has been known to happen once or twice. I’ll start with head writer because there’s no potential spoilers there. The head writer is listed as Jac Schaeffer, who you will remember wrote WandaVision, so that makes perfect sense.

I do however want to just give a small potential SPOILER warning before we get to that supposed synopsis. There are some things mentioned here which could be spoilers for other projects depending on your own spoiler meter of course. This should all still be taken with a pinch of salt for now as this synopsis could easily just be some kind of placeholder whilst writing takes place. However check it out for yourself after the image jump.

Agatha Harkness Spin-Off Show - Multi-Project Deal For Hahn At Marvel Studios - Multiverse Of Madness Rumors

RELATED: Agatha Harkness Spin-Off Show – Multi-Project Deal For Hahn At Marvel Studios – Multiverse Of Madness Rumors

As you can see from the related section above, this Agatha spin-off was rumored and that rumor also said the character would next appear in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Here is that synopsis.

Agatha Harkness is one of Earth’s most powerful witches, and lives for centuries, her aging slowed thanks to magical means. She becomes the governess to the First Family’s son Franklin Richards and tutor to Wanda Maximoff, AKA Scarlet Witch.

UPDATE: I think this is just the standard character description from Marvel.com folks. Check the link there and you will see its this exact same text. So I think synopsis debunked for now, sorry.

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You can go check it out yourself but of course you do need to subscribe. So the Wanda thing seems like what most expected from this show anyway. However it does at least confirm that Wanda will likely be alive and well post finale of Multiverse of Madness. Perhaps one of the elements of that movie is Wanda going back to speak with Agatha? However where does Franklin Richards come from? We know a Fantastic Four movie is happening, but as yet we don’t have a cast, that we know of. Is it possible the Fantastic Four may actually make their debut within Multiverse of Madness? Obviously with them then going on to star in their own movie.

There is no production date listed for Agatha: House of Harkness yet. Therefore we don’t know when Marvel plan to actually make this show. You’d probably guess though that it would come before the Fantastic Four movie, wouldn’t you? Unless that movie is farther on than we are being led to believe? I’m in pure speculation territory here and remember this is based on this synopsis alone for now.

What do you think of the supposed Agatha: House of Harkness synopsis and the news that head writer will be Jac Schaeffer? As always, leave any thoughts below.

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Campbell Clark

Cam is Senior Editor at LRM Online, and has a passion for all things geeky, including sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book movies.

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