Caution: Pretty heavy spoilers for WandaVision follow, so be wary
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We’re almost halfway through the first season of WandaVision, and the Disney+ show has been a hell of a ride so far, barreling through the decades in the guise of a sitcom starring two of the Avengers, as increasingly bizarre and sinister things bubble away under the surface.

Four episodes in, the show’s sitcom conceit has begun to unravel, and it has become clear that Wanda Maximoff herself is behind what’s happening in the town of Westview, turning it into a faux-television show in which she and her dead lover Vision are the stars.

One of the joys of WandaVision is seeing the show move through various decades of sitcom history, from the black and white of the 1950s and 1960s to the colourful 1970s, and the new trailer gives us a few glimpses of what’s to come as time races ahead in Westview.

We’ve learned that the show will reference such sitcom classics as Full House and Malcolm In The Middle in coming episodes, and the trailer gives us a few glorious glimpses into the 1980s, with Kathryn Hahn rocking big hair and some statement neon.

The trailer also features an intriguing look at Elizabeth Olsen‘s Wanda breaking the fourth wall and addressing the camera in a riff on the 2010s sitcom Modern Family, as she mentions “a case of the Mondays”, which is probably a fairly big understatement.

We also get more of a look at the edges of the the so-called ‘Westview anomaly’, as S.W.O.R.D. scientists study it, and Vision himself maybe attempts to break out. You can check out the new trailer below: