DigbyACV’s review published on Letterboxd:
There is a lot to appreciate about WandaVision. I can’t deny the amount of creativity put into it and the show is honestly at its best when you have no idea what’s going on, but as a whole, and with the added knowledge of what happened in Multiverse of Madness, this show didn’t really click with me. The first 3 episodes were pretty entertaining, episode 4 was ok but had some cool moments, episode 5 kinda flopped imo, episodes 6 and 7 were flawed but still enjoyable (btw I already knew going in who it was “all along”), episode 8 was definitely the most fascinating episode even though I’ve seen this plot done before, and the finale was just as disappointing as everyone said it was. The writing stumbled in so many areas, particularly in terms of storytelling and character development. I’m all for the MCU taking more creative risks, as long as it’s intentions are fully realized and the stories are well written, but like so many recent Marvel projects, this one just doesn’t. Like I said, there’s a lot to appreciate and overall it’s not a bad show, but I’m quickly forgetting about it and I don’t intend on watching it again.