Disney Plus’s first Marvel drama, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” has officially postponed its broadcast.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was scheduled to launch Marvel Pictures’ television “The Big Universe” on Disney Plus in August, but its premiere was officially delayed due to the popularity of the new crown,media The Verge reported. It is reported that the play as early as May because of the outbreak was forced to suspend production, so it will be postponed. Disney hasn’t announced a new premiere date, but hopes to share the show’s latest developments as soon as possible.

In The Falcons and Winters, Steve Rogers (captain of the United States of America) lives a different life on another timeline and appears to have largely retired, while Sam Wilson (i.e. Falcon/New Captain America) picks up the shield in his place. Disney released a short trailer during the Super Bowl in February. In the trailer, we’ve seen for the first time two other Disney plus series, Wanda Vision and Rocky. The trailer shows Sam practicing using a shield, along with the reunion of winter warriors Bucky Barnes and Helmut Zemo.

While fans are waiting, the lack of new Marvel episodes and film releases is a blow. Marvel’s other two major suare films, Black Widow and Eternal Clan, have also delayed release. The release of Black Widow was postponed from May 1 to November 6, while “Eternal Nation” was postponed from 6 November to 12 February 2021. It’s unclear whether Marvel Pictures’ Wanda Phantom will also be affected.

As production problems continue, many studios and television networks are facing delays, especially in the United States. Disney CEO Bob Chapek told employees at a full meeting that they want to resume production as soon as possible, but it all depends on when people return to work safely. The second season of Disney Plus’s other big show of the year, “The Mandalo,” is still expected to premiere in October, and Chapek announced the news earlier this year.