Agatha Harkness Spinoff Casts Another WandaVision Returning Actor

'70s Show star Debra Jo Rupp will reprise her role as WandaVision in Marvel's upcoming Disney+ spinoff, Agatha: The Witch of Chaos.

WandaVision's spinoff, Agatha: Coven of Chaos, brings back Debra Jo Rupp. The announcement of Witches of Chaos comes after Disney's success with the WandaVision series. The show introduced Rupp as Mrs. Hart in the premiere episode. The character shares many of the quirky, anxiety-ridden traits Rupp portrayed in her iconic role as Kitty Foreman on The '70s Show, at least until Wanda's false reality collapses, and it's revealed that Mrs. Hart is actually a The name of Sharon Davis, a woman who lives in Westview.

According to Deadline, Agatha: The Chaos Witch Episode will feature Rapp, presumably reprising her role from WandaVision. Rapp joins a cast of new names and familiar faces. The series stars Kathryn Hahn, who will reprise her role as the show's titular character and one of the MCU's most powerful witches. No other casting details have been released in recent reports, and it's unclear how much of a role Rapp will have in the series.

Everything We Know About Agatha: Coven of Chaos

Hahn's Agatha Harkness, the mastermind behind much of WandaVision's mayhem, has become a favorite of many MCU fans. Flashbacks Show Agatha During Salem Witch Trials, Drains life from her fellow witches. In the modern-day events of the series, Agatha's thirst for power remains insatiable, driving her to manipulate Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch and attempt to steal her Chaos magic. The WandaVision finale shows Wanda defeating Agatha and trapping the evil witch in a mental prison who plays the role of a rowdy neighbor. Agatha: Witch of Chaos will pick up shortly after WandaVision's finale, making Agatha's escape a key part of the spin-off's early episodes.

Rupp joins a growing lineup of big names, including Hahn and Parks and Recreation alum Aubrey Plaza. Joe Locke, Ali Ahn, Maria Dizzia, Sasheer Zamata, and Patti LuPone have also been confirmed to appear in Agatha: A Coven of Chaos. WandaVision creator Jac Schaeffer wrote the show and serves as executive producer. Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Emma Caulfield Ford previously confirmed that her brash Westview neighbor Dottie will also return for Agatha: Chaos Gathering. Caulfield Ford also joked that Dottie's backstory might draw some attention in the series, adding some credence to theory that her character could be one of many possible witches in Agatha: Chaos Church.

If the series started immediately after WandaVision, it makes sense that many Neighborhood characters from the original series would appear in the Agatha spinoff. Agatha: The Witch of Chaos began filming in mid-November and is expected to be released on Disney+ in late 2023. As production progresses smoothly, more details about the show's cast and plot should continue to come to light. Currently, the series appears to be a grand return to Westview and a continuation of a story that features physical and emotional destruction of heroes, villains, and innocent civilians alike.

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