Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye Season 1: Release Date, Cast and More

Hawkeye is an upcoming American television miniseries created by Jonathan Igla for the streaming service Disney+, based on Marvel Comics.

Igla serves as a head writer with Rhys Thomas leading the directing team. It is meant to be the fifth television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), produced by Marvel Studios and sharing continuity with the films of the franchise.

More About Hawkeye Season 1

Finally, Clint Barton is back with an amazing series “Hawkeye”. He has become one of the most loved characters among Marvel fans. The Hawkeye Season 1 is based on Matt Fraction and David Aja’s comic book, Hawkeye.

The series follows the story of Clint Barton, a guy who lives in his apartment and trying to think out his life before he becomes a part of Avengers and saves the planet.


In this series, Clint Barton in New York city works together with young archer, Kate Bishop to challenge enemies from his past as Ronin, to get back to his family in time, for Christmas.

Cast and Characters

The series follows an amazing cast of:-

  • Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton / Hawkeye, a master archer and a former Avenger and agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop / Hawkeye, a 22-year-old Hawkeye fan who is Barton’s Protegee.
  • Vera Farmiga as Eleanor Bishop, Kate’s mother.
  • Tony Dalton as Jack Duquesne, Barton’s early mentor.


  • Fra Fee as Kazi, a mercenary.
  • Alaqua Cox is Maya Lopez / Echo, a deaf person who can perfectly copy another person’s movement.
  • Zahn McClarnon as William Lopez, Maya’s father.
  • Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova / Black Widow, a highly trained spy and assassin, and many more characters.

Hawkeye season 1 Release Date 

This amazing adventure series is all set to make its debut. Fans are very excited. The series will consist of six episodes. Therefore, it is scheduled to premiere in Disney+ on 24th November 2021.

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