'Marvel's Runaways' and 'Future Man' Renewed for Season 2 on Hulu

Posted January 10, 2018

Future Man, the Hulu-based sci-fi comedy about a gamer who becomes a time-traveling world savior after proving himself to be, like, really good at video games, is officially coming back for a second season of 13 episodes on the streaming service, according to a report by Deadline.

In the comics, by the end of the first issue, the kids (Chase, Alex, Nico, Molly, Gert and Karolina) have already run away. New episodes of the show have been released once per week on Tuesdays and its season finale streams on January 9th. "Our partnership with Josh [Schwartz] and Stephanie [Savage] and Hulu has been as exciting as the reaction to the show from our fans - both new and old!"

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Runaways hails from Marvel and ABC Signature Studios, and follows " six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other but who must unite against a common foe - their parents". Julian McMahon also stars as Jonah, a pivotal player in the Runaways' rebellion against their parents.

"We're thrilled about "Runaways" Season 2".

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Further, Future Man stars Josh Hutcherson as a janitor, whose work is to prevent the humans from becoming extinct after mysterious visitors from the future announces that he is the one who will defeat the super-race invasion. No details about the second season have been given at this time, or details about new and/or returning characters. Future Man is produced by Point Grey Pictures, Matt Tolmach Productions and Turkeyfoot Productions, in association with Sony Pictures Television.

Hulu placed an order for 13 episodes of "Marvel's Runaways". It is Marvel's first Hulu TV show and it's success could potentially mean more collaborations between Marvel and Hulu.

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