A number of episodes from shows such as Agent Carter, X-Men: The Animated Series, DuckTales, Rocket & Great, Lizzie McGuire spirit Owl House have been removed from Disney +.
The issue was reported by a number of subscribers on Reddit, and Deadline noted the streamer confirmed this was the result of a technical issue that may not be resolved until the end of the day on Tuesday, April 19.
This is not the first time a Disney + glitch has caused an uproar. In March, fans noticed the platform censored an episode of Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier to remove instances of blood and violence. It was swiftly revealed that this was done in error, and the original version was restored with little delay.
While not a technical error, Disney + also received scrutiny for changes made to the Marvel content it inherited from Netflix, such as removing the tributes to late Luke Cage actor Reg. E Cathey and Marvel mainstay Stan Lee. These, too, were later restored.
Despite missing some episodes in the interim, X-Men: The Animated Series fans have plenty to look forward to in the near future. In November, it was announced that the beloved cartoon was getting a revival on Disney + called X-Men ’97. Picking up where the original left off, the new show will feature voice actors Cal Dodd, Lenore Zann, George Buza, Adrian Hough, Christopher Britton, Catherine Disher, Chris Potter, Alison Sealy-Smith and Alyson Court all reprising their roles.
Agent Carter fans have less good news on the horizon, though Edwin Jarvis actor James D’Arcy recently hinted at his character’s return after reprising the role in 2019’s Avengers: Endgame. “I loved the experience, and I was really lucky – the Russo brothers have been very, very good to me, and they very sweetly invited me back to be in Endgame briefly, which was great, “he said.” Someone told me afterwards, I basically became a Trivial Pursuit-type question. I’m the only character who’s gone from the television show to a film. And, you know, like I’ve said before, the Marvel universe is a funny old place. Nobody is ever dead. And now they’re into the metaverse. “
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