The first two episodes of “WandaVision” premiered on Disney+ on Friday and with raving comments from both fans and critics, the public already wants to know if there’s going to be a second season.

This show takes place after the events of “Avengers: End Game.” Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), who are powerful beings out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, try their best to live a normal lifestyle in the suburbs while hiding their powers from everyone around them.

Throughout each episode, viewers will watch as the series, styled as a blend of classic sitcoms, unfolds. Each installment will hint at the real story going on and fans will have to watch all nine parts to figure out what that is.

As far as a follow-up season goes, when asked if there would be a "WandaVision" Season 2, Olsen stated that she is just as in the dark as everyone else.

“It could,” she teased in an interview with Collider. “I don't know. I mean there’s no... I don’t have information.”

The finale of “WandaVision” leads into “Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness,” but Olsen doesn’t believe a second season would be called “Doctor Strange 2,” if there even was one.

“That’s kinda funny. I don’t think it’s called ‘Doctor Strange 2,’” she said.

Critics have already had the opportunity to watch the first three episodes and most rated it four out of five stars, notes BBC News.

"Each episode is a pitch-perfect - from script, to delivery, to lighting, to cinematography, to aspect ratio - but loving parody of classic sitcoms," said The Guardian's Lucy Mangan. "The jokes are great, the performances...are wonderful, and it has the glorious air of something shaped by people who know exactly what they're doing, where they want to go, and how they're going to get there."

Don Kaye of Den of Geek described the show as "a loving tribute to the kinds of 'wholesome,' squarely middle class, conservative family comedies that began to proliferate on TV around the mid-1950s," adding, "'WandaVision' is a welcome return for the MCU that gets its next phase off on unexpected footing but pays off both in entertainment value and the promise of developments to come."

There will be a new episode of “WandaVision” released every Friday on Disney+ until the season finale on March 5.

Paul Bethany as Vision and Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda in “WandaVision.” Marvel Studios