Marvel’s Paul Bettany-Led Vision Series Set for 2026 With ‘Picard’ Showrunner

The untitled Disney+ project will be steered by Terry Matalas after Jac Schaffer turned her attention to “Agatha All Along”

Terry Matalas will serve as showrunner of Marvel's Vision series (Photo courtesy of Disney/Marvel)

Marvel’s synthezoid super hero Vision is coming back in a new untitled Disney+ series slated for 2026.

The project, which will see the return of actor Paul Bettany, will be steered by “Star Trek: Picard” executive producer Terry Matalas as showrunner.

After dying at the hands of Thannos in 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War,” Vision was recreated by a grieving Wanda Maximoff’s (Elizabeth Olson) magic. Additionally, a separate white version of Vision was rebuilt by S.W.O.R.D after his body was recovered from Wakanda. After the two Visions battled in the “WandaVision” finale, White Vision’s memories were restored and he immediately flew off. Meanwhile, the Vision manifested by Wanda faded from existence after she chose to drop the Hex over Westview.

An earlier version of the series had been in development with “WandaVision” creator Jac Schaffer, though she turned her attention to another spin-off of the show, “Agatha All Along” with Kathryn Hahn, which will premiere in September.

In addition to “Star Trek: Picard,” Matalas’ credits include “12 Monkeys” for Universal Cable Productions, Season 4 of the CBS reboot of “MacGyver,” “Nightflyers,” “Nikita,” “Terra Nova” and “Star Trek: Enterprise.”

Matalas is represented by CAA and Anonymous Content.

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