ABC has released the trailer for next week’s episode of Marvel’s Inhumans.
Episode five, titled “Something Inhuman This Way Comes,” is a reference to the classic Ray Bradbury novel, and also an issue of Avengers in which the Inhumans became involved in the Kree-Skrull war storyline.
You can check out the trailer in the video below:
As you can see, Black Bolt and Medusa are still running from Auran and attempting to locate members of the Inhuman Royal Family. Meanwhile, Maximus is still up to his tricks and trying to shift control to himself.
Marvel’s Inhumans stars Anson Mount as Black Bolt, Serinda Swan as Medusa, Isabelle Cornish as Crystal, Iwan Rhoen as Maximus, Ken Leung as Karnak, Eme Ikwuakor as Gorgon, Mike Moh as Triton, Sonya Balmores as Auran and Ellen Woglomas as Louise.
“After the Royal Family of Inhumans is splintered by a military coup, they barely escape to Hawaii where their surprising interactions with the lush world and humanity around them may prove to not only save them, but Earth itself.”
Marvel’s Inhumans can be seen on Friday nights on ABC at 8pm ET.
7 Reasons Why ‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Failed
The premiere episodes of the ABC Marvel’s Inhumans has already aired with good ratings for ABC, stronger than the Season 4 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the final season of Agent Carter but this does not mean it is a success.
Marvel’s Inhumans has been dragged through the mud with critics, many lambasting it as the worst thing Marvel Studios has ever been involved with, and a serious low-point for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I have seen these episodes of Inhumans and I can honestly say that ever criticism is apt. It’s even more apt to say that Inhumans has failed as a series because of its incredibly low approval for its pilot episodes. So how did it happen? Who’s to blame? What reasons can be found to why something that Marvel Studios were trying to do for years has now been reviled by many?
This list is here to detail those reasons why Inhumans failed. Click Next to find out!