Trailers, Premiere Date, Casting, And All You Need To Know About the Disney+ Series ‘Ms. Marvel’

If you’ve been following Marvel’s latest developments, you already know and the next few years is likely to be hectic. There are a slew of new Marvel movies and shows on the way, like She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel, but the most exciting is The Marvels, which will be released in 2023. As the title suggests, we can anticipate to see Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, Teyonah Parris as Monica Rameau, and actress Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan, the protagonist of Ms. Marvel. That means this program will be somewhat of an origin narrative, but one that will have a swift and significant effect on a few of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 4 projects’ cinematic aspects. Without any further ado, here’s something we learn about Ms. Marvel, including streaming information, trailers, and a release date.

Release Date And Streaming Platform

The series will air on June 8, 2022, and will consist of six episodes. These episodes will be released in weekly instalments till July 13. It should be remembered that this only applies to the United States; other nations will have various release dates. According to all available information, nations such as Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom will have the same weekly release dates as the United States, while Pakistan will have a cinematic release of the show in two-episode sequences.

In terms of where to watch the series in the United States, Disney+ is the only option. In regions where Disney+ is not available, the series is anticipated to be streamed on Disney+ affiliates.


As noted previously, Iman Vellani has been cast as Kamala Khan (aka Ms. Marvel), who will be accompanied by Saagar Shaikh as Kamala’s brother Amir Khan. As Red Dagger / Kareem, they would be accompanied by veteran actor Aramis Knight. Muneeba Khan and Yusuf Khan, played by Zenobia Shroff and Mohan Kapoor, will depict Kamala’s parents. Zenobia has been in the television series The Affair, and Mohan is a veteran actor with over 70 credits to his name, dating back to 1979. Matt Lintz portrays Kamala’s best buddy Bruno Carrelli, Yasmeen Fletcher portrays Nakia Bahadir, Rish Shah portrays Kamran, Laurel Marsden portrays Zoe Zimmer, Adaku Ononogbo portrays Fariha, Laith Nakli portrays Sheikh Abdullah, and Travina Springer portrays Amir’s wife Tyesha Hillman.

Fawad Khan, Arian Moayed, Alysia Reiner, Azhar Usman, Nimra Bucha, Alyy Khan, Mehwish Hayat, Anjali Bhimani, and Farhan Akhtar have also been cast in parts that have not yet been revealed. Some of the cast and crew are fresh to the scene because they are young. Even the more skilled actors are somewhat unknown, so this might be a breakthrough series for some of the characters, especially given the probability that many of them will appear in the upcoming film The Marvels.


Ms. Marvel, according to Marvel’s official description “Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old Pakistani-American born and raised in Jersey City, is a fan favorite. Kamala is an excellent student, an ardent gamer, and a voracious fan-fic writer who has a particular fondness for Super Heroes, notably Captain Marvel. Kamala, on the other hand, struggles to fit in at home and at school – until she gains superpowers like the heroes she admires.”

Ms. Marvel has a close bond to her family, with the wristbands that give her superpowers coming from her grandmother, according to what we know from the comics. This family bond is also one of Kamala’s major problems as she juggles being a high school student, a nice daughter, and a superhero.


Check out the trailer here: