Appearing in "The Series Finale"
- Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) (Main story and recap) (First appearance as Scarlet Witch)
- Vision (Ceases to exist)
- Tommy Maximoff (Apparently ceases to exist)
- Billy Maximoff (Apparently ceases to exist)
- Captain Monica Rambeau
- Darcy Lewis
- Agatha Harkness / "Agnes the Nosy Neighbor"
- "Pietro Maximoff" / Ralph Bohner (Real name first revealed)
- "Norm" / Abilash Tandon
- "Herb" / John Collins
- "Dennis the Delivery Man"
- Sorcerer Supreme (Mentioned)
- "Dottie Jones" / Sarah Proctor (Real name first revealed)
- "Beverly" / Isabel Matsueda
- "Mrs. Hart" / Sharon Davis
- "Phil Jones" / Harold Proctor
- Avengers (Recap)
- Shuri (Recap)
- Ultron (Recap)
- Ultron Sentries (Recap)
- Thanos (Recap)
- Ant-Man (Scott Lang) (Recap)
- Evanora Harkness (Vision)
- J.A.R.V.I.S. (Mentioned)
- Maria Rambeau (Mentioned)
- Unnamed female Skrull (First appearance)
- Maria's friend (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- Humans (Main story and recap)
- Synthezoids (Main story and recap)
- Asgardians (Recap)
- Robots (Recap)
- Titanians (Recap)
- Earth-199999 (Main story and recap)
- Earth (Main story and recap)
Synopsis for "The Series Finale"
Synopsis not yet written
|Wanda Maximoff / The Scarlet Witch||Elizabeth Olsen|
|Vision & The Vision||Paul Bettany|
|Agatha Harkness / Agnes the Nosy Neighbor||Kathryn Hahn|
|Monica Rambeau||Teyonah Parris|
|Jimmy Woo||Randall Park|
|Darcy Lewis||Kat Dennings|
|Pietro Maximoff / Ralph Bohner||Evan Peters|
|Director Hayward||Josh Stamberg|
|Sharon Davis (a.k.a. Mrs. Hart)||Debra Jo Rupp|
|Abilash Tandon (a.k.a. Norm)||Asif Ali|
|Sarah Proctor (a.k.a. Dottie)||Emma Caulfield Ford|
|Isabel Matsueda (a.k.a. Beverly)||Jolene Purdy|
|John Collins (a.k.a. Herb)||David Payton|
|Harold Proctor (a.k.a. Phil Jones)||David Lengel|
|The Delivery Man (a.k.a. Dennis)||Amos Glick|
|Agent Rodriguez||Selena Anduze|
|Evanora Harkness||Kate Forbes|
|Skrull Agent||Lori Livingston|
|Darcy Double||Christine Renaud|
|Billy Double||Jackson Robert Scott|
- Wanda Maximoff appears next in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
- The Darkhold has appeared in previous Marvel Cinematic Universe series; the fourth season of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and the third season of Marvel's Runaways. However, it had a different exterior design.
- Wanda uses a couple of her previous tactics when fighting Agatha Harkness, such as launching a car at her from behind, like she did with Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War, as well as using time manipulation to quickly sneak up to Agatha to implant her with a vision, just like she did with the Avengers, in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
- After launching a car at Agatha, Wanda discovers only Agatha's boots are what remain under the rubble. This is a reference to The Wizard of Oz, where Dorothy and her house crash land in Oz, on the Wicked Witch of the East, and the only thing that remains of the Witch are her ruby slippers.
- Ralph Bohner's surname is a direct reference to Andrew Koenig's character Richard "Boner" Stabone on the sitcom Growing Pains.
- When the constructs of Vision, Billy, and Tommy begin to deform, the effect is similar to the dematerialization effect used throughout House of M.
- The shot of Wanda and Vision's family taking a heroic stance against the S.W.O.R.D. agents is an homage to a similar shot in The Incredibles, a film about a superhero family, which was referenced on the theater marquee in the series' sixth episode.
- When Tommy disarms the SWORD agents of weapons, he even steals a SWORD hat. Coincidentally, Evan Peters (who portrays Ralph / "Pietro Maximoff") pulled the same move on Pentagon security guards as Quicksilver / Peter Maximoff in the film X-Men: Days of Future Past.
- The shot of Vision tearing up is an homage to the iconic panel of Vision tearing up from Avengers #58, a story entitled "Even An Android Can Cry."
- The post-credits sequence shows Wanda isolated in a cabin out in the wilderness, as she studies to gain control of her powers. This is similar to the ending scene of The Incredible Hulk, where Banner is shown isolated in a cabin in the British Columbia, as he meditates to gain control of the Hulk; the scene is also similar to the image of Thanos sitting on the porch of his cabin on 0259-S in the ending scene of Avengers: Endgame.
- The music playing as Wanda astral projects is similar to the theme of Doctor Strange in the film Doctor Strange, where astral projecting was first introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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