‘Avengers: Endgame’ Director Explains Thanos’ Faceoff With Captain America‘Marvels’ Expands Marvel’s Podcast Universe Stay on target In case Avengers: Endgame successfully tricked you into thinking that Marvel content is taking a break, don’t worry, no one is ever really gone. Not only are there still plenty of MCU movies in the works (like Spider-Man: Far From Home in just a couple of weeks) but there are also plenty of Marvel shows on tap for streaming TV services.The biggest Marvel streaming shows are handled in-house by Marvel Studios and are coming to Disney+ to make that new service all the more essential. They’ll star characters like Falcon, Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, Vision, and Loki. But the separate Marvel TV division still has its own projects in the works, specifically for Hulu because unlike sexy Netflix Disney has a stake in that platform.Your next two Marvel streaming shows coming to Hulu are Ghost Rider and Helstrom. Instead of the underrated Nic Cage version of the Johnny Blaze character, Ghost Rider will presumably follow Gabriel Luna as Robbie Reyes, who first appeared in Agents of Shield (set to conclude after two more seasons). He kept the flaming vengeful skull head but traded the motorcycle for a muscle car.Helstrom though we aren’t so sure about. Apparently the comic is about Omen-esque brother and sister Daimon and Ana Helstrom whose father is a Satan moonlighting as a serial killer. Seems a little redundant to have this and Ghost Rider be two separate shows, especially since the sibling also punish criminals. If Marvel is looking to make more supernatural horror they’ve already got a perfectly nice Blade just sitting there.Ghost Rider and Helstrom will join other Hulu Marvel shows like Runaways and The Offenders animated project. Look for them all in 2020. And for more on Marvel read our spoiler-filled thoughts on Iron Man in Avengers: Endgame and see how you can help the creator of Rocket Raccoon.
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