As Marvel Television winds down, and Kevin Feige also takes over the small screen, more series are getting cancelled. Today's casualty is Kevin Smith and Dave Willis' animated Marvel's Howard the Duck. Howard the Duck was announced alongside four other animated projects planned to be streamed on Hulu. Another one of those projects, Tigra & … Continue reading Animated ‘Howard The Duck’ Series Plucked; ‘Tigra & Dazzler’ Confirmed Axed
Back in February, and months before Jeph Loeb was reported to be leaving his role at Marvel Television, it was announced that Marvel would produce four animated series for Hulu. One of the series was Marvel's Tigra & Dazzler Show, which was described as being about: "… two woke Super Heroes and best friends, Tigra … Continue reading Marvel’s Animated ‘Tigra & Dazzler Show’ Hit With Giant Hairball In Production
The Runaways are set for a third season, featuring a crossover with now defunct series Cloak & Dagger. Unfortunately, with the debut of full trailer for the show's third season, comes the news that the upcoming season will be the show's last. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9aEo0jgHRc Runaways was one of the few survivors after what seems like a … Continue reading ‘Runaways’ Stopped After Third Season
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Back in May, Marvel announced that they would be bringing a new live-action Ghost Rider and Helstrom series to the streaming service Hulu. The show would star Gabriel Luna, who portrayed Robbie Reyes/Ghost Rider in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. As recently as August, Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb spoke about Ghost Rider, labeling the it and … Continue reading ‘Ghost Rider’ Live-Action Series Snuffed At Hulu
With Legion and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ending, Deadline interviewed Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb about what we can expect from Marvel Television in the future. Much of the interview was spent talking about things we already know about (animated fare on Hulu, Runaways/Cloak and Dagger crossover, etc), a lot of the interview was of the … Continue reading Loeb Says Marvel Television Will Have Content On Disney+, Brands Terror Shows
Well it looks like you won't be able to watch The Orville for free with your basic cable subscription anymore. Starting with the previously announced third season, the Seth MacFarlane science fiction-comedy-drama vehicle is moving from Fox to the streaming service Hulu as a Hulu original. The third season is expected to launch in late … Continue reading SDCC ‘The Orville’ Makes The Trek To Hulu