‘Agatha: Coven of Chaos’ Release Window, Cast, Trailer, Plot, and More


Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness in

Marvel’s first Disney Plus series WandaVision was amazing for a lot of reasons, and one of those reasons was Kathryn Hahn’s portrayal of WandaVision’s Agatha Harkness, a charismatic but malevolent witch who tries to steal Wanda’s power. Agatha lovers everywhere celebrated Marvel’s announcement that Hahn would be starring in a spinoff series, Agatha: Coven of Chaos (formerly titled Agatha: House of Harkness).

Since the series is so early in production, Marvel has been largely silent on the details, but some information has begun to trickle out. In an interview at the Chicago International Film Festival, Hahn announced that filming is starting soon.

In the video, Hahn says that it’s “very, very exciting” to be able to play Agatha in WandaVision and Coven of Chaos. She goes on to say that “we’re getting the coven together” and “it’s going to be very delicious. We start shooting in about a month.” That means Coven of Chaos will likely start filming in late November or early December 2022.

Principle photography for Marvel series tends to take 3-4 months, so Coven of Chaos may wrap in early spring 2023.

Here’s everything else we know so far!

Release window

It’s still too early for an exact release date, but at San Diego Comic-Con 2022, Kevin Feige announced Coven of Chaos‘s release window as part of its Phase 5 slate. According to Feige, the series will premiere in winter 2023. That window isn’t set in stone, though, and Marvel has been known to postpone release dates or swap them with other projects.


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(Marvel Entertainment)

We don’t have a full cast list yet, but some information has leaked, and rumors are swirling.

First off, we know that Kathryn Hahn will return as Agatha Harkness. Also, in October 2022, Buffy’s Emma Caulfield confirmed in an interview with Vanity Fair that she’ll be reprising her role as WandaVision’s Dottie, the snobby neighbor who’s actually under Wanda’s control.

According to Variety, Joe Locke (Heartstopper) has officially joined the cast, and although we don’t know who he’ll be playing, he looks an awful lot like a grown-up version of Wanda Maximoff’s son Billy.

Parks and Recreation star Aubrey Plaza has also been cast in an an unannounced (possibly villainous) role, along with Saturday Night Live‘s Sasheer Zamata.

Patti LuPone, the three-time Tony winner who played Yellow Diamond in Steven Universe, has also joined the cast.

Deadline reports on three more rumored cast members: Ali Ahn and Maria Dizzia, who may both be playing witches, and Eric André, who may appear in one episode.

Murphy’s Multiverse recently revealed a casting call from June 2022, which included an athletically built 18-20 year old “kind soul” who loves his boyfriend. Fans believe this character could be Teddy Altman, a.k.a. Hulkling, since Teddy and Billy are boyfriends in the comics. If Billy and Teddy are both in the series, then Billy’s brother Tommy could also appear.

There are also rumors that Elizabeth Olsen could return as Wanda Maximoff. Will Scarlet Witch be in Agatha: Coven of Chaos? We don’t know anything yet, but some fans are holding out hope that if Billy is in the series, then Wanda could return.

Finally, Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat, The Dictator) is rumored to be playing the Marvel villain Mephisto in both Ironheart and Coven of Chaos.


There’s no trailer yet, and there probably won’t be one for awhile. It’s possible that a trailer could be released at San Diego Comic-Con 2023, but for now that’s pure speculation.


The Darkhold, an ancient spellbook, is open to an illustration of the Scarlet Witch. Flames surround the pages.
(Marvel Entertainment)

When Agatha: Coven of Chaos was first announced, there was some speculation that it might be a prequel to WandaVision—after all, Agatha is at least several hundred years old. With Dottie returning, though, the series is much more likely to pick up where WandaVision left off.

At the end of WandaVision, Agatha was trapped under Wanda’s control, doomed to play the part of nosy neighbor Agnes indefinitely. Thanks to the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, though, Wanda’s spell may wear off, freeing Agatha. Will Agatha search for Wanda and the Darkhold, only to find out that the Darkhold has been destroyed? Will we find out what really happened to Wanda on Mount Wundagore? Both of these questions could play into the plot of Coven of Chaos.

There’s also the matter of the coven itself. In the Chicago International Film Festival interview, Hahn mentioned “getting the coven together.” Who’s in that coven? Could Dottie become a witch? Could Billy make the mistake of working with Agatha? We’ll have to wait and see.

We’ll keep posting updates as we get them!

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