Ms. Marvel Season 1 – TV Series

About Ms. Marvel Season 1 – TV Series



Ms. Marvel Season 1 TV Series Details 

Ms. Marvel is an American television miniseries created by Bisha K. Ali for the streaming service Disney+, based on the Marvel Comics featuring the character Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel. It is the seventh television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) produced by Marvel Studios, sharing continuity with the films of the franchise. It follows Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old fangirl of the Avengers who struggles to fit in until she gains her own powers. Ali served as head writer with Adil & Bilall leading the directing team.

Iman Vellani stars as Kamala Khan, with Matt Lintz, Yasmeen Fletcher, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur, Saagar Shaikh, Laurel Marsden, Azhar Usman, Rish Shah, Arian Moayed, Alysia Reiner, Laith Nakli, Nimra Bucha, Travina Springer, Adaku Ononogbo, Samina Ahmad, Fawad Khan, Mehwish Hayat, Farhan Akhtar, and Aramis Knight also starring. The series was announced with Ali’s involvement in August 2019. Vellani was cast in September 2020, with Adil & Bilall, Meera Menon, and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy hired as the series’ directors. Filming began in early November 2020, shooting in Atlanta, Georgia, and New Jersey, before concluding in Thailand in May 2021.

Ms. Marvel premiered on June 8, 2022, and ran for six episodes until July 13. It is part of Phase Four of the MCU. The series received positive reviews, particularly for its creative visual style and Vellani’s performance. Ms. Marvel sets up the events of the film The Marvels (2023), in which Vellani reprises her role as Khan.



Ms. Marvel Season 1 - TV Series Free Download đŸ“„ - Gamingwap
Ms. Marvel Season 1 - TV Series Free Download đŸ“„ - Gamingwap
Ms. Marvel Season 1 - TV Series Free Download đŸ“„ - Gamingwap





STORY



CAST

  • Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel:
    A 16-year-old Pakistani-American high school student from Jersey City. Khan is an aspiring artist, avid gamer, and writes superhero fan fiction about heroes such as Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel. She gains the ability to harness cosmic energy and create hard light constructs from a magical bangle, and is revealed to be a mutant in the series finale. Executive producer Sana Amanat said Khan brought a grounded perspective to the MCU with “bright and eager eyes”. Vellani said Khan enjoys the simplicity of a life with powers, instead of worrying about high school, relationships, family drama, or culture and religion. She related to the character due to their similar background, ethnicity, and love for the Marvel universe. Head writer Bisha K. Ali described Khan as an “avatar” for all of the viewers who had grown up with the MCU.
  • Matt Lintz as Bruno Carrelli:
    Kamala’s best friend and a tech genius who has a crush on her. Lintz called Carrelli “very loyal” to Kamala, more so after she gets her powers, as it creates a new dynamic between them.
  • Yasmeen Fletcher as Nakia Bahadir:
    Kamala’s close friend, who runs for a position on the mosque board. Fletcher called Bahadir “strong” and “kind of a badass”, who speaks her mind and is confident in who she is, adding that she is “opinionated and is willing to fight for anything that she believes in”, as well as a character that “breaks a lot of the stereotypes for hijab girls”.  Director Meera Menon felt Bahadir had the “ability to communicate confidence” when needed, while still being “a vulnerable teenage kid, figuring it out like everyone else”. In Ms. Marvel, Bahadir is Lebanese-American and mixed race, like Fletcher, compared to the comics version who is Turkish-American.
  • Zenobia Shroff as Muneeba Khan:
    Kamala’s mother and Yusuf’s wife. She is stricter on Kamala than Yusuf, with Shroff saying it comes from her knowing Kamala’s potential while still wanting to “protect her from all that”.
  • Mohan Kapur as Yusuf Khan:
    Kamala’s father and Muneeba’s husband. Kapur described Yusuf as “a warm, caring, compassionate man”, who is more understanding of Kamala and her dreams than Muneeba.
  • Saagar Shaikh as Aamir Khan:
    Kamala’s older brother. Shaikh described Aamir as “kind of aloof and is not as funny as he thinks he is”, who is very religious and serves as a middleman between Kamala and their parents.
  • Laurel Marsden as Zoe Zimmer: The most popular girl at Kamala’s high school and a social media influencer.
  • Azhar Usman as Najaf:  A halal food vendor acquainted with Kamala.
  • Rish Shah as Kamran:
    A boy Kamala has a crush on. Shah believed Kamran is able to relate to Kamala so easily because he had a “a lack of belonging and community” and is able to express himself culturally around her.
  • Arian Moayed as P. Cleary: A Department of Damage Control (DODC) agent.
  • Alysia Reiner as Sadie Deever: A DODC agent working with Cleary.
  • Laith Nakli as Sheikh Abdullah: An imam at Kamala’s mosque.
  • Nimra Bucha as Najma: Kamran’s mother, who is the leader of the Clandestines trying to return to their home Noor dimension after being exiled on Earth.
  • Travina Springer as Tyesha Hillman: Aamir’s wife.
  • Adaku Ononogbo as Fariha: A member of the Clandestines who wields a spear.
  • Samina Ahmad as Sana: Kamala’s grandmother who lives in Karachi, Pakistan. Zion Usman portrays a young Sana.
  • Fawad Khan as Hasan: Kamala’s great-grandfather.
  • Mehwish Hayat as Aisha: Kamala’s great-grandmother, and the original owner of the bangle.
  • Farhan Akhtar as Waleed: The leader of the Red Daggers, a group of vigilantes who wear red bandanas and wield throwing knives.
  • Aramis Knight as Kareem / Red Dagger:
    A member of the Red Daggers. Knight trained with a dialect coach so he could speak Urdu and have a Pakistani accent to “appear like a kid from Karachi” and was “really happy to represent for the culture”.

Recurring in the series are Jordan Firstman as school counselor Gabe Wilson, and Anjali Bhimani and Sophia Mahmud as Aunties Ruby and Zara. Additional guest stars include Ali Alsaleh and Dan Carter as Aadam and Saleem, members of the Clandestines who wield a golden mace and powered whip, respectively; and Vardah Aziz and Asfandyar Khan as Kamala’s cousins Zainab and Owais, respectively. Ryan Penagos, vice president and creative executive at Marvel New Media, has a cameo appearance as the cosplay competition host at AvengerCon. Directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah make cameo appearances as a man in the mosque and one of the “Mosque Bros”, respectively, while Amanat cameos during Aamir and Hillman’s wedding, and G. Willow Wilson cameos as herself as a TikTok commentator. Brie Larson makes an uncredited cameo as Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel in the series finale’s mid-credits scene. A photo of Jameela Jamil as Titania, who stars as the character in the Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (2022), appears in the series; Jamil was unaware of its inclusion in Ms. Marvel until it aired.


PRODUCTION

Development

Marvel Entertainment’s creative consultant Joe Quesada said in September 2016 that there were plans to explore the character of Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel in other media following her unusually rapid success and popularity among comic book readers. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said in May 2018 that a Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) project based on Kamala Khan was “in the works”, and would follow the release of the film Captain Marvel (2019) as Khan is inspired by that film’s title character Carol Danvers.

By August 2019, Marvel Studios had begun development on a Ms. Marvel television series for the streaming service Disney+, with Bisha K. Ali hired to serve as the head writer after working as a writer on the series Loki. Ali had approached one of the Marvel Studios executives on Loki, Kevin Wright, while were working on that series to get an opportunity to meet about Ms. Marvel, and she declined an extension to continue working on Loki in order to create her pitch. She believed that Marvel responded to her “general vibe and energy” from the pitch, which conveyed to them that a series about Ms. Marvel was very personal to her “as a fan, as a South Asian person, as a Pakistani woman, [and] as a woman from a Muslim background”. Ms. Marvel was officially announced at the 2019 D23 conference.

In September 2020, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah (credited as Adil & Bilall) were hired to direct two episodes of the series, with Meera Menon hired to direct one episode, and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy hired to direct three; Menon and Obaid-Chinoy ultimately directed two episodes each. Despite their different visual styles and prior work, all of the directors worked closely together to create a “seamless transition” between their episodes.  Ali, El Arbi, and Fallah serve as executive producers on the series and worked closely with Marvel Studios to develop it, with Kamala Khan co-creator Sana Amanat also serving as an executive producer alongside Marvel Studios’ Feige, Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, and Brad Winderbaum.


RELEASE

Ms. Marvel premiered on Disney+ on June 8, 2022, and consisted of six episodes, with episodes being released weekly, concluding on July 13. The red carpet premiere occurred on June 2 at El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles. The series was originally scheduled to debut in late 2021, but following the announcement of Hawkeye premiering in late November 2021, Aaron Couch of The Hollywood Reporter said it was “unclear” if Ms. Marvel would also still release in 2021, given Hawkeye would still be releasing into December and it was “unlikely” two Marvel Studios series would release at the same time. In August 2021, Matt Webb Mitovich of TVLine felt it was “very safe to assume” Ms. Marvel would premiere in early 2022, with it confirmed the following month to be moving to 2022. In November 2021, it was confirmed to be releasing in mid-2022, with the June 2022 premiere confirmed in March 2022. Ms. Marvel is part of Phase Four of the MCU.

The series received a three-part theatrical release across Pakistan through licenser HKC Entertainment, due to Disney+ not being available in the country at that time. The first two episodes were released on June 16, 2022, followed by the third and fourth episodes on June 30, with the last two episodes released on July 14.




Ms. Marvel Season 1 Download Files 

  • E01 – “Generation Why”
  • E02 – “Crushed”
  • E03 – “Destined”
  • E04 – “Seeing Red”
  • E05 – “Time and Again”
  • E06 – “No Normal”

Season 1 Download

Ms. Marvel Season 1 - TV Series Free Download đŸ“„ - Gamingwap

File Size 2 GB

Ms. Marvel Season 1 - TV Series Free Download đŸ“„ - Gamingwap

File Size 9.1 GB

Ms. Marvel Season 1 - TV Series Free Download đŸ“„ - Gamingwap

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Ms. Marvel Season 1 - TV Series Free Download đŸ“„ - Gamingwap

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Ms. Marvel Season 1 - TV Series Free Download đŸ“„ - Gamingwap

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