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Marvel Developing New TV Shows

It looks like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is just the beginning!

First, they dominated the box office with Marvel's The Avengers. Now, the company is looking to dominate TV ratings by boosting their presence on their small screen, too! According to Deadline, Marvel is working on a 60-episode package to sell. This package would include four series and one mini-series for video on demand and cable channels. The website claims feelers have been put out there and there's already interest from both digital and traditional cable networks. Rumored candidates include WGN America, Netflix and Amazon.

There have been previous reports that one of these potential shows could be an Agent Carter series. As you may recall, the one-shot on The Avengers blu-ray, Item 47, focused on S.H.I.E.L.D. and now there's an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. series. Peggy Carter has her own short on the Iron Man 3 blu-ray there are reports that Marvel is considering moving forward with the premise.

What shows would you like to see Marvel move forward with, Viners? Heroes for Hire? Young Avengers? Daredevil? Runaways? Punisher? Cloak and Dagger? There's so many options, so you can bet we're pretty excited to see where this goes!

Source: Deadline

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Posted by NeilR

Punisher, Punisher, Punisher.

Posted by Cobalion

I would watch Agent Carter and Runaways
Why not new warriors that might make a better TV series than a movie

Posted by PrinceMarvel

How about a TV series based off of the Invaders.

They could either have Captain America as part of the team; or, create a Captain America stand in; or, have the team form in honor of Captain America, after he gets frozen.

Edited by AmazingWebHead

Heroes for Hire would make a good show.

Posted by The_Titan_Lord


Edited by JROCK72

Heroes for Hire could definately be a great show. Kinda like Arrow or Agents of SHIELD, but more superheroes. Wouldn't mind an X-Force show, with X-Men cameos.

Posted by Hit_Monkey

@the_mast said:

If they can't make TV shows that don't feel incredibly cheap and flat, like the one they have out right now, then they shouldn't be making any.