Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye Will Get His Own Disney+ Series

Joann Johnston
April 11, 2019

Jeremy Renner is poised to bring his arrow-slinging character Hawkeye to the small screen, by way of a limited series at Disney's forthcoming streaming service.

For those familiar with the comics, it's Bishop who eventually picks up the Hawkeye mantle, so that gives some indication as to where the show could be going.

Disney+ is expected to launch this autumn, where it will host several other MCU series like Scarlet Witch and Vision, Falcon and Winter Soldier, and Loki (Just Loki).

As of now, Disney, Marvel, and Renner's reps have not come forward to officially comment, but it's only a matter of time.

Hawkeye Series Starring Jeremy Renner in the Works at Disney+ (EXCLUSIVE)

He may have been missing from Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War, but the crack-shot bowman Hawkeye is about to get very busy.

We'll be sure to let you know more information about the series and Disney+ when we find out.

But Jeremy Renner will soon be getting his own starring Marvel vehicle, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Kate, in the comics, goes on to join the group the Young Avengers - which a rumored direction for future Avengers movies down the line (or New Avengers, or variations on the idea that help differentiate it from what we see in the franchise now).

Renner has played the character since 2011 and he will next be seen as Hawkeye in Avengers: Endgame, which opens on April 26. It looks like there is a good chance Endgame starts this part of the Hawkeye story, although that has not been confirmed.

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