Can Moon Knight escape the trend that plagued MCU shows on Disney+? At the beginning Phase 4, the Marvel Cinematic Universe added television series to their roster 

including the likes of WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, What If…?, and Hawkeye. While this is not Marvel’s first venture into television,  

, these Disney+ shows are different in that they explicitly share continuity with and exist alongside the MCU films.  

They also explore already established supporting heroes while introducing new characters. Moon Knight, the sixth Disney+ MCU show,  

has not only successfully launched Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac) into the superhero franchise, but it has also set itself apart from its predecessors.

Moon Knight became the subject of cancellation rumors. The speculations came after Marvel Studios reportedly submitted the six-episode series for the Limited Series category of the Emmy Awards.  

Moon Knight has always been classified as a “miniseries,” meaning the existence of another season is improbable. 

Its final episode then needs to neatly conclude the major plotlines laid out in the first five episodes, since the character’s future in the MCU is still uncertain.