Fans of “That ’70s Show” are definitely familiar with Rupp, who played Eric’s mother, Kitty Forman (a role she will reprise in the upcoming sequel series, “That 90’s Show”). Rupp is also known for roles in “Friends,” “Better With You,” “The Ranch,” and “This Is Us.” But in the world of the MCU, she’s best known as Mrs. Hart, one of Wanda and Vision’s first houseguests and an early red flag that something was amiss in Westview. Dinner at the Maximoff household abruptly ended in devastation with Mrs. Hart gleefully begging her husband to stop choking. Thankfully, Sharon Davis and all the other Westview residents were freed from Wanda’s clutches in the end — all except for Agatha.
So where will Rupp and Ford fit back into the story? Most likely, they will reprise their roles as the formerly trapped Westview residents. Perhaps they have a role to play in Agatha regaining her true identity. Maybe they’re simply around because “Agnes” has remained in Westview. Or, if we’re really lucky, they’ve secretly been witches all along and stick around to join the coven! Either way, just knowing that Westview faces will be around is the closest we’ve gotten to cracking the plot of the series, since Marvel has been extremely tight-lipped about the plot.
Along with Hahn, Rupp, and Ford, “Agatha: Coven of Chaos” boasts an incredibly star-studded cast, including Aubrey Plaza (“The White Lotus”), Joe Locke (“Heartstopper”), Ali Ahn (“Raising Dion”), Maria Dizzia (“The Staircase”), Sasheer Zamata (“Saturday Night Live!”), and Broadway legend Patti LuPone. “WandaVision“ creator Jac Schaeffer is returning as writer and executive producer on the spinoff, which is expected to arrive at some point in 2023.