Marvel Television: the future series evoked by Jeph Loeb

Marvel Television's big boss for creating and presiding at the head of the production studio, Jeph Loeb confided in the microphone of the Deadline media on future Marvel licenses on the small screen.

Marvel Television has come a long way: since its creation in 2010, the production studio that created Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. et agent Carter does not stop producing series for the small screen. Cherished by several TV channels, including ABC, but also Hulu (The Runaways), Fox (The Gifted), FreeForm (Cloak & Dagger) and the Netflix streaming service (Daredevil, The Punisher, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones), the studio is a real mill for creativity. In interview with the magazine Deadline, CEO Jeph Loeb looks back on his successes and future production of the studio, while stating: "We are not a factory. We will never be one. There is no Marvel prototype. When we start thinking about our series, we wonder: how can we do better than before? "

A new start

It's not just the 3 phase of the Marvel film universe that has ended. This year and the previous year, the Marvel Television production studio bid farewell to Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones et Punisher on Netflix; Legion has just finished with its third season on FX and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is preparing to make the apron in the final season next year. Logically, Marvel Television seeks to woo the American channels with new production, which goes through a deal for a series centered on a super-heroine for ABC in particular.

Animated series from 2020

Among the other novelties, of which little is known, are the animated series Ghost Rider et Helstrom will be launched on the Hulu streaming service in 2020, just like a series Howard The Duck centered on the Quack-Fu Master. The humanoid duck already appeared in the post-generic scene of Guardians of the Galaxy but also in the final battle scene of Avengers: Endgame. Marvel Television also wants to work on heroes YA or young adults, a format that works very well on the small screen, but also on other vigilantes of the same temper as Luke Cage or Daredevil. Finally, the 4 phase of the MCU with the movies Black Widow, The Eternals, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness et Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings should definitely give ideas to Jeph Loeb and his team.

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