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Marvel's young adult television series
Runaways and Cloak & Dagger cast.jpg
Cast members of Runaways and Cloak & Dagger promoting their crossover episode
Based onCharacters published
by Marvel Comics
StarringSee below
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons5 (across 2 series)
No. of episodes53
Production
Executive producers
Running time42–54 minutes
Production companies
Distributor
Release
Original network
Picture format1080p (HDTV)
Audio format5.1 surround sound
Original releaseNovember 21, 2017 (2017-11-21) –
December 13, 2019 (2019-12-13)
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Marvel's young adult television series are two interconnected American television series in the young adult genre, based on characters that appear in publications by Marvel Comics. Produced by Marvel Television and ABC Signature Studios, they are set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and acknowledge the continuity of the franchise's films and other television series.

Cable channel Freeform ordered Cloak & Dagger, a youth-oriented superhero series starring Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph, from Marvel Television in April 2016 following years of development. Later in 2016, the similarly younger-skewing Runaways was ordered from Marvel Television by the streaming service Hulu. Both Freeform and Hulu are Disney owned, and share the two series through a marketing partnership. Despite initially stating that the two series would be kept separate, Marvel Television announced a crossover between the two in August 2019 with Holt and Joseph appearing in the third season of Runaways. The studio first categorized the two series as an interconnected "YA" franchise at that time, with plans to continue having them crossover.

Runaways debuted in November 2017, with Cloak & Dagger following in June 2018. Both received positive reviews. Freeform ordered another young adult series from Marvel, New Warriors, but the project did not move forward. Cloak & Dagger and Runaways were both cancelled by their respective networks before the end of November 2019, and development on any further young adult series was halted a month later when Marvel Television was folded into Marvel Studios.

Development

At San Diego Comic-Con 2011, Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb announced that a series based on the Marvel Comics characters Cloak and Dagger was in development at ABC Family.[1] In April 2016, when ABC Family had been renamed to Freeform, the series received a straight-to-series order from ABC Signature Studios and Marvel Television.[2] Freeform confirmed that the series would be set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), and described it as a superhero love story, which Variety called "a seamless fit for Freeform" given the network's target audience of "Becomers" (the 14–34 age demographic).[2][3]

In August 2016, Marvel Television announced that Hulu had ordered a new series based on the comics group the Runaways,[4][5] and the studio had also begun development on a half-hour comedy series based on the New Warriors team, featuring the character Squirrel Girl. The latter series was being offered to cable networks and streaming outlets.[6] Freeform ordered New Warriors straight-to-series in April 2017. The network's EVP of programming Karey Burke explained that they were interested in a Squirrel Girl series before they ordered Cloak & Dagger and before they knew that Marvel was developing the series. Burke felt Freeform was the best network for New Warriors after the success of Cloak & Dagger with young adults, and she added that both Freeform and Marvel wanted to "find the right characters that felt like they would speak directly to Freeform's audience." Burke said New Warriors and Cloak & Dagger would not be "particularly connected" given their different tones, but that a crossover between the two was possible.[7]

Loeb confirmed in July 2017 that these series would all take place in the MCU alongside Marvel's other television series, as well as the franchise's films from Marvel Studios, but said there were no plans to have Cloak & Dagger crossover with New Warriors, nor have either of those series crossover across networks with the similarly youth-oriented Runaways. Loeb explained that Marvel wanted the individual series to find their footing before crossing over with other elements of the MCU, and felt "things that are happening in L.A. [where Runaways is set] are not exactly going to be affecting what's happening in New Orleans [where Cloak & Dagger is set.]"[8] For Runaways, Loeb added that the characters would not be concerned with the actions of others in the universe, instead focusing on their own issues. This allowed showrunners Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage to deal with concepts such as superheroics and fantasy without explaining them to the audience, since they are already well established in the MCU, while still focusing on their own characters, which they described as "liberating".[9] Loeb continued that Marvel was excited to "explore the world of the hero and how it affects someone who is trying to figure out who they are as opposed to already knows who they are and now their whole life has to take a left. That's the journey we're going on" with Cloak & Dagger, New Warriors, and Runaways.[8]

New Warriors was no longer set to air on Freeform in November 2017, after the network did not have room in its schedule for the series and gave the project back to Marvel.[10] Marvel was ultimately unable to find a new network for the series.[11] Cloak & Dagger showrunner Joe Pokaski discussed a potential crossover between his series and Runaways in August 2018, saying "hopefully there's some karma we can fulfill there" since Cloak and Dagger appear in the Runaways comics.[12] As part of a marketing partnership between Hulu and Freeform, Runaways aired on Freeform following its Hulu release while Cloak & Dagger was made available on Hulu after its Freeform broadcast.[13][14] In August 2019, Marvel and Hulu announced that Cloak and Dagger would be appearing in an episode of Runaways' third season, with Loeb describing this as "the adventure everyone has been waiting for and we've only hinted at."[14] Later that month, Loeb explained that Marvel categorized Runaways and Cloak & Dagger as its "YA", or "young adult", franchise. He said Marvel had wanted to cross the two series over since their first seasons, and this was possible now since Hulu became Disney controlled in May 2019 (Disney already owned Freeform). Loeb added that Marvel Television's push into the young adult genre was in response to Marvel Studios' films doing the same with Spider-Man.[15]

Loeb hoped that the announced crossover episode would be "the first of many".[15] However, Cloak & Dagger and Runaways had both been cancelled by the end of November 2019.[16][17] The next month, Marvel Television was folded into Marvel Studios and stopped developing any new series.[18]

Series

SeriesSeasonEpisodesOriginally releasedShowrunner(s)
First releasedLast releasedNetwork
Runaways110November 21, 2017 (2017-11-21)January 9, 2018 (2018-01-09)HuluJosh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage[4]
213December 21, 2018 (2018-12-21)
310December 13, 2019 (2019-12-13)
Cloak & Dagger110June 7, 2018 (2018-06-07)August 2, 2018 (2018-08-02)FreeformJoe Pokaski[19]
210April 4, 2019 (2019-04-04)May 30, 2019 (2019-05-30)

Runaways (2017–2019)

When six teenagers discover their parents are villains, collectively known as the Pride, they reluctantly unite to go against them.[4] Later on the run from their parents, the teenagers live on their own and figure out how to stop the Pride, before learning there might be a mole hiding among them.[20]

Runaways, based on the team of the same name, received an order for a pilot and additional scripts from Hulu in August 2016. The pilot was written by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, who also serve as executive producers and showrunners of the series.[4] In February 2017, Marvel announced the Runaways actors, with Rhenzy Feliz as Alex Wilder, Lyrica Okano as Nico Minoru, Virginia Gardner as Karolina Dean, Ariela Barer as Gert Yorkes, Gregg Sulkin as Chase Stein, and Allegra Acosta as Molly Hernandez.[21] Shortly after, they announced the Pride—the parents of the Runaways—actors, with Ryan Sands as Geoffrey Wilder, Angel Parker as Catherine Wilder, Brittany Ishibashi as Tina Minoru, James Yaegashi as Robert Minoru, Kevin Weisman as Dale Yorkes, Brigid Brannagh as Stacey Yorkes, Annie Wersching as Leslie Dean, Kip Pardue as Frank Dean, James Marsters as Victor Stein, and Ever Carradine as Janet Stein.[22] Hulu officially ordered the series in May 2017,[5] then for a second season in January 2018,[23] and a third in March 2019;[24] this was announced as the final season on November 8, 2019.[17]

A different version of Tina Minoru previously appeared in Doctor Strange, in a minor role as a Master of the Mystic Arts portrayed by Linda Louise Duan.[25][26][27][28] The first season premiered on November 21, 2017.[29] The second season, which was released on December 21, 2018,[30] mentions Roxxon Oil and Wakanda.[31][32] The third season, released on December 13, 2019,[33] sees Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph reprise their roles as Tandy Bowen / Dagger and Tyrone Johnson / Cloak from the series Cloak & Dagger for a crossover episode,[14] and sees the Dark Dimension featured, along with the Darkhold from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..[34]

Cloak & Dagger (2018–2019)

In New Orleans, Tandy Bowen and Tyrone Johnson, two teenagers from different backgrounds, acquire superpowers after a life-changing event that revolved around the collapse of an oil platform. As their relationship unfolds, they soon realize that their powers work better when they are together, but their feelings for each other make their already complicated world even more challenging.[35] Tandy and Tyrone later work to solve the abductions of women run by Andre Deschaine while dealing with Detective Brigid O'Reilly's vigilante half Mayhem.

In April 2016, the ABC-owned network Freeform announced a straight-to-series order for Marvel's Cloak & Dagger, based on the characters of the same name,[35] calling it their "first venture into the Marvel Cinematic Universe", and describing the show as a "superhero love story".[3] In January 2017, Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph were cast as Tandy Bowen / Dagger and Tyrone Johnson / Cloak, respectively.[36] Joe Pokaski serves as showrunner for the series.[19] Filming for the series occurs in New Orleans.[37] A second season was ordered on July 20, 2018.[38] The series was canceled on October 24, 2019.[16]

The first season, which premiered on June 7, 2018,[39] sees Roxxon Oil featured,[40] along with the Darkforce, which fuels Cloak's powers and was previously established in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter,[41] and makes reference to Tony Stark.[42] The second season premiered on April 4, 2019.[43] Both seasons also make direct references to the setting and characters of the Netflix shows Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Daredevil.[44][45][42][46]

Cast and characters

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This section includes characters who have appeared in the series as a member of the main cast.

  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the series.
  • G indicates a guest appearance in the series.
Character Runaways Cloak & Dagger
Melissa Bowen Andrea Roth[47]
Tandy Bowen
Dagger
Olivia HoltG[14] Olivia Holt[36]
James Connors J. D. Evermore[47]
Frank Dean Kip Pardue[22]
Karolina Dean Virginia Gardner[21]
Leslie Dean Annie Wersching[22]
Francis Delgado Jaime Zevallos[48]
Molly Hernandez Allegra Acosta[21]
Adina Johnson Gloria Reuben[47]
Otis Johnson Miles Mussenden[49]
Tyrone Johnson
Cloak
Aubrey JosephG[14] Aubrey Joseph[36]
Jonah Julian McMahon[50][51]
Nico Minoru Lyrica Okano[21]
Robert Minoru James Yaegashi[22]
Tina Minoru Brittany Ishibashi[22]
Brigid O'Reilly Emma Lahana[48]
Chase Stein Gregg Sulkin[21]
Janet Stein Ever Carradine[22]
Victor Stein James Marsters[22]
Liam Walsh Carl Lundstedt[47]
Alex Wilder Rhenzy Feliz[21]
Catherine Wilder Angel Parker[22]
Geoffrey Wilder Ryan Sands[22]
Dale Yorkes Kevin Weisman[22]
Gert Yorkes Ariela Barer[21]
Stacey Yorkes Brigid Brannagh[22]
Xavin Clarissa Thibeaux[52]

Reception

Ratings

Viewership and ratings per season of Marvel's young adult television series
Series Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes First aired Last aired Avg. viewers
(millions)
Avg. 18–49
rating
Date Viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
Cloak & Dagger 1 Thursday 8:00 pm 10 June 7, 2018 (2018-06-07) 0.919[53] August 2, 2018 (2018-08-02) 0.423[54] 0.572 0.20[55]
2 10 April 4, 2019 (2019-04-04) 0.477[56] May 30, 2019 (2019-05-30) 0.346[57] 0.355 0.12[58]

Critical response

Critical response of Marvel's young adult television series
TitleSeasonRotten TomatoesMetacritic
Runaways186% (81 reviews)[59]68 (26 reviews)[60]
286% (22 reviews)[61]N/A
383% (12 reviews)[62]N/A
Cloak & Dagger189% (54 reviews)[63]68 (15 reviews)[64]
286% (7 reviews)[65]N/A

Abandoned projects

New Warriors

Doreen Green / Squirrel Girl, Craig Hollis / Mister Immortal, Dwayne Taylor / Night Thrasher, Robbie Baldwin / Speedball, Zach Smith / Microbe, and Deborah Fields / Debrii,[7] are superpowered young people with abilities very different from the Avengers, who want to make a positive impact in the world even if they are not quite ready to be heroes.[66]

By the end of August 2016, Marvel Television and ABC Studios were developing a half-hour comedy series based on the New Warriors team and featuring Squirrel Girl.[6] In April 2017, Freeform announced a straight-to-series order for Marvel's New Warriors, with Kevin Biegel serving as the series' showrunner and writing the first script.[66][67] In July 2017, the cast was revealed with Milana Vayntrub starring as Doreen Green / Squirrel Girl and Derek Theler as Craig Hollis / Mister Immortal.[68] In November 2017, it was announced that the series would no longer air on Freeform and was being shopped to other networks, with Marvel hoping to be able to air the series in 2018.[10] By September 2019, the series had been unable to find a new broadcaster and was officially considered dead.[11] The series was intended to consist of 10 episodes.[7]

Other

After ordering New Warriors in April 2017, Burke said Freeform was "absolutely" interested in creating spinoff series for each of the characters on the New Warriors team, in a similar fashion to Marvel's Netflix television series, explaining that the characters Marvel chose for the team "are all really singular and could each carry the show that they're on. They're bound together ... for as long as we choose with this show but it's conceptually tailor-made for spinoffs."[7] These potential spin-offs were still considered likely when Marvel began looking for a new broadcaster for New Warriors.[10] Marvel Television was no longer developing any new series in December 2019.[18]

See also

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