The confirmation came from news that several of Marvel Studios’ early Disney+ shows will be released on physical home media (via Screen Rant).
While Loki’s physical home media release is titled Marvel Studios’ Loki: The Complete First Season, WandaVision’s is simply titled Marvel Studios’ WandaVision: The Complete Series.
See how Loki’s release notes that it is for the complete “first” season whereas WandaVision’s release confirms it’s for the “complete” series. Seemingly confirming that the Scarlet Witch and Vision spinoff will not be moving forward, at least not under the title WandaVision.
Why No WandaVision Season 2?
It was expected by many that there wouldn’t be a second direct season for WandaVision, as the series’ storyline seemed to be part of a bigger setup for projects such as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and the upcoming Agatha: Coven of Chaos spinoff series.
There’s also the additional spinoff Vision Quest that has been confirmed several times to directly continue Wanda and Vision’s story seen in WandaVision and in the Doctor Strange sequel.
It’s even safe to call Vision Quest the second WandaVision season as it is set to dive deeper into both Wanda and Vision’s story, including expanding on Wanda’s backstory therefore deepening her MCU lore in the process.