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Posted on Friday, December 1st, 2017 by Fred Topel
It’s been a big month for superheroes, with Justice League in theaters and The Punisher on Netflix. It’s not over yet because Marvel’s Runaways is on Hulu. Based on the comic created by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona, Runaways is about a group of teenagers who discover their parents are part of an evil cult called The Pride. They run away and oh yeah, they have superpowers, too.
Producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage adapted Runaways for television. They spoke with /Film about the new series at Hulu’s summer TCA session. New episodes of Marvel’s Runaways premiere Tuesdays on Hulu.
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With Hulu riding high off their first Best Drama win at the Emmys for The Handmaid’s Tale, the streaming service is about to debut their first Marvel series with Marvel’s Runaways later this month. They sent the first four episodes of the show to some TV critics, and the review embargo has officially been lifted. Early buzz: commence!
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