The MCU: The Inhumans Promise of a MCU Connection
Marvel is firing on all cylinders right now. The big screen successes show no signs of slowing down with the recently released Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Hulu has just announced The Runaways. Freeform has just released a trailer for Cloak & Dagger along with the announcement of New Warriors. Yet, the small screen hasn’t quite caught up in the way that it should on ABC. First, Marvel’s Agent Carter was cancelled. Then, the proposed Marvel’s Most Wanted was not picked up by the Disney-owned network. Finally, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD continues to be on the chopping block every season. Berlanti’s CW DC universe with Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl seems to own the non-cable TV space. Marvel’s TV MCU, while at least linked to the big screen efforts, have not quite delivered.
On September 1st, Marvel’s Inhumans hopes to change that with the release of its first two episodes on IMAX screens across the nation. This is an unprecedented move for a small screen show with no following. Hopefully, there will be much more momentum right out of the gates for the new TV series. We know that both previously mentioned Agent Carter and Agents of SHIELD were not superhero shows by design either. They’re more in the spy genre if anything. Now that we have a superhero team hitting the small screen, maybe we’re going to get the show we’ve always wanted. Maybe now… Marvel fans will not have to defend their TV shows after this one drops.
Check out the teaser below. Are you excited for Marvel’s Inhumans?
Source(s): Marvel Entertainment YouTube Channel
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