Hey, I didn't see a dedicated thread on Wandavision, so I thought I'd start one. This is an absolutely bizarre TV show that ties in to the events of the final Avengers movies, which deals with Vision (the super-android created by Tony Stark) and his unlikely romance with superhero/witch Wanda Maximoff, and Vision sacrificing himself and getting killed by evil villain Thanos. The series picks up in a 4x3 B&W world of the late 1950s, with the two of them married and living together in a nice suburban house in the town of "Westview," where Wanda is a magical housewife and Vision is a rising employee with a computer firm -- handy, since he's a computer himself. Their house in the first episode very much resembles Rob & Laura Petrie's home from The Dick Van Dyke Show, though the house begins to change, and by the second show it's the Bewitched house. It's a weird sci-fi/comedy/drama pastiche where nothing is as it seems. It's an odd show because they stir in a lot of bizarre elements, and a lot of the comedy seems too broad and heavy-handed and way too obvious... but it's clear they're in an elaborate simulation (kind of like The Matrix) that jumps around in time and space. Who actually controls this world and where they really are, and if Vision is really alive, remains to be seen. The trailers are pretty remarkable: I kind of rolled my eyes at the first couple of shows, feeling like "this is what happens when 30-something executives set out to imitate random classic 1960s shows," but after checking out the trailers, I'm a little more jazzed at the spectacle and mystery implied in future episodes. This is an incredibly-expensive TV series -- about 700 people worked on it, and the budget (for a half hour show) is north of $10 million per episode, which is pretty stunning -- and I think it's worth watching, particularly if you're into the Marvel stuff, have a nostalgic feeling for the 1960s and '70s, and have an appetite for a challenging show that goes in weird directions.