Marvel Currently Has Nine To Ten Television Series In Various Stages Of Development

Are you ready for even more Marvel characters coming to your television screen? Well, from the sounds of things, you can definitely expect it. While speaking with ComicBook at the premiere for Daredevil season two, Head of Marvel Televsion Jeph Loeb, revealed that he’s got some busy years ahead.

It never stops. We have, in one way or the other, there’s nine or ten shows that are going. They’re going on in my brain. The idea is, much like when I was doing television and writing comics at the same time, it’s about telling stories, and making sure we are telling the best stories that we can.

But luckily for Loeb, he’s not handling this all alone as he’s got people such as Joe Quesada, Dan Buckley, and Alan Fine by his side as well as “incredible showrunners, incredible writers, Jim Chory, who’s my head of production and can make all of these things happen.” Loeb additionally added the following on the matter.

It’s having a team around you to be able to do exactly what you’re saying, which is not just live here, but live ten months in the future and know what we’re doing not just now but a year from now.

So, if Loeb isn’t talking about the shows already on air, what could some of the other projects in development be? Other than the obvious ones that we know such as Damage Control, Most Wanted and Iron Fist, John Ridley’s mystery project and the rumored second comedy. There is quite a number of properties that Marvel has that are definitely better suited for the small screen than the big one. One potential property that could be among the ones in development might be Cloak & Dagger. The studio actually had plans for the duo to have their own TV series but the project just seemed to fall off the map.

Now while I can’t confirm that this is indeed one of them, I did recently hear that the project was back in development again over at  Marvel. Here’s hoping that rumor turns out to be legit because that could potentially be a very cool project for the small screen. We’ve also heard rumors quite recently that they have a Moon Knight series in development as well as a spin-off for The Punisher. What properties would you like to see Marvel Studios bring to the small screen? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below.

Source: ComicBook

Shawn Madden

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