People Are Sharing Their 'WandaVision' Fan Theories And It Is A Wild Ride

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Vote up the fan theories that make the most sense.

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Disney+'s WandaVision is a mind-bending series from the MCU that explores the relationship between Wanda Maximoff and her late beau Vision. The fractured fairy tale is set among several TV tropes, using the small screen landscape and sitcom format to create a trippy narrative that creates more questions than it answers. Fans tuned in and almost immediately began developing ideas of their own about the possible outcome, story details, and characters on the show. Here are a few fan theories we can't stop thinking about. Vote up the theories that make the most sense. 

  • 1
    47 VOTES

    Super Villain?

    47 votes
  • 2
    25 VOTES

    Those Hexagons

    25 votes
  • 3
    24 VOTES

    Agnes' Role In 'WandaVision'

    Agnes' Role In 'WandaVision'
    Photo: Disney+

    Posted by u/IncubusART:

    In episode one, Agnes mentions that her anniversary with her husband Ralph is June 2, the day that the Salem witch trials started. Agnes' marriage to Ralph could signify the deal she made with the devil after being burned at the stake, which would explain her immortality. Throughout the two episodes children are emphasised, constantly being asked why Wanda and Vis don't have any + the chanting of "For The Children." Also Agnes' pendant has a Grim Reaper and what looks to be children either side of it, also the comment she made about the Devil during Episode 2's meeting). I think that Agnes' deal with the devil was to collect powerful souls like Wiccan and Speed, and this is her chance to do so.

    24 votes
  • 4
    18 VOTES

    Wanda Is Trying To Stop The Real World

    18 votes
  • 5
    18 VOTES

    The Helicopter

    18 votes
  • 6
    16 VOTES

    'Figured It Out'

    16 votes