Marvel Shutting Down TV Division to Focus on Disney Plus

Marvel TV Closing Down, Remaining Shows Now at Marvel Studios

Marvel TV is Shutting Down – Here's What Will Happen to Current Series

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is leading the studio's charge into streaming with shows including "WandaVision" and "Loki". " that will air next summer, but will not continue beyond that".

This automatically leaves people to wonder what will happen to the upcoming four announced animated series headed over to Hulu, the upcoming HELSTROM as well as the last season of AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. will still be made. According to Deadline, shows that are not yet in production, partly thanks to the big move to Disney + in the ever larger media empire of Marvel Studios involved.

After months of speculation, after it was revealed that Jeph Loeb would be stepping down at Marvel TV, its now been confirmed that the TV division is now going to be folded into Marvel Studios.

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Marvel Television's Executive Vice President Jeph Loeb is reported to remain with the company during the transition, despite previous reports by the same trade that he was expected to leave in November 2019. Other Marvel TV staffers are being reassigned, sources said. All projects now in development are still happening, so fans anxious about the dark adaptation Helstrom can take comfort that the series is now still set to debut on Hulu at some point in 2020. These include the M.O.K.O.K. directed by Patton Oswalt, the monkey assassin show Hit-Monkey, the revival of Howard the Duck and the Chelsea Handler-tuned Tigra & Dazzler show.

After all, WonderTelevision output is about to enter a new era thanks to Disney Plus, with some highly anticipated programs under development for the streaming service. There were once five Netflix Marvel shows - Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Punisher, of wildly variable quality - and now they've all been canceled.

In October, Feige was given the title of Chief Creative Officer, Marvel, which meant he would also now oversee Marvel Television and the Marvel Family Entertainment divisions, the latter of which focusing on animated projects. And since Kevin Feige supervises them all, he can bet that they will do much better than we have seen on the small screen of the studio in recent years.

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There may be a lot of very powerful superheroes in the MCU, but maybe none other than the guy who makes all the decisions behind the scenes.

Are you glad that Marvel is bringing together its movie and TV divisions?

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