‘WandaVision’ trends hard after landing a Grammy nomination

Agatha WandaVision

Even though Hawkeye has literally just premiered on Disney Plus with a bumper two-episode debut, it isn’t the only one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s streaming exclusives that can be found dominating the online discourse.

Last night brought the news that WandaVision had landed a surprise Grammy nomination in the Best Song Written For Visual Media category thanks to “Agatha All Along”, the infuriatingly catchy ditty sung by Kathryn Hahn’s Agatha Harkness once she’s revealed as the show’s big bad.

That was all it took to have the reality-bending sitcom adventure trending on Twitter, and as you can see below, some fans are already crossing their fingers that WandaVision might go home with the victory to make up for leaving the Primetime Emmys empty-handed.

Even though it first began rolling out back in January, WandaVision continues to have an impact on the fanbase and the MCU at large. The events that unfolded in WestView and the subsequent post-credits scenes are set to impact Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, The Marvels, Secret Invasion and Agatha: House of Harkness, which isn’t a bad return from nine episodes of television that dug deep into Scarlet Witch’s grief and trauma.