This week, Ms. Marvel has been the topic of every conversation. The Iman Vellani series' season finale aired on Wednesday, July 13, and as a result, The Marvels is now highly anticipated.

Ms. Marvel has undoubtedly surpassed expectations, starting with Brie Larson's memorable appearance as Captain Marvel, or Carol Danvers, and ending with Kamala Khan's DNA mutation announcement and hints at an X-Men connection.

So much so that MCU fans are now enquiring as to whether Season 2 of Ms. Marvel will be released.

The executive producer of Ms. Marvel, Sana Amanat, was questioned about the likelihood that the successful series will receive a second season and what Kamala Khan-related topics she would be interested in pursuing if it did.

Sana revealed, "Oh my God, there's so much I would want to do in another season. Certainly more elements of Pakistan, the Red Daggers, and her family history. What happened when Hasan got on that train with baby Sana."

These are certain plot points that Amanat has considered but that Ms. Marvel's first season was unable to include.

Sana noted how Kamala Khan going to Pakistan and even pre-Partition India is a large part of her story.

Sana said, "It's one of my favorite things the writers did, they made it into its own special thing. Her story continues on The Marvels, but I'm not going to lie, I've been very public about my wanting a season two. We'll see. I don't know"

Ms. Marvel gladly takes its time during the course of a series format to not only give us a background check on Kamala Khan but also her Asian crazy house family.

Iman Vellani's fiery performance as Kamala Khan, nicknamed Ms. Marvel, makes Ms. Marvel a wholesome superhero comedy that "marvel-ously" introduces The Marvels.