Marvel's Runaways and Future Man Renewed at Hulu

Ahead of tomorrow's season finale, Marvel has confirmed that Hulu has officially renewed the Marvel series for a second season. Both shows received thirteen episode orders for their second seasons. The series stars Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Annie Wersching, James Marsters and Julian McMahon. More good news? When the live-action adapatation of the Brian K. Vaughn Marvel series returns, it'll be back for longer season as Hulu has upped the episode count and ordered a 13-episode second season.

Every teenager thinks their parents are evil.

Marvel's Runaways is the story of six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other but who must unite against a common foe - their parents. Once the kids find out about their parents, they begin searching for answers to prove them guilty while teaming up together to stop them.

Marvel's Runaways is a co-production between Marvel Television and ABC Signature Studios. This matches Future Man's first season run but is an increase in episodes for Runaways, which only had 10 episodes in its premiere season.

Further, Future Man stars Josh Hutcherson as a janitor, whose work is to prevent the humans from becoming extinct after mysterious visitors from the future announces that he is the one who will defeat the super-race invasion. The cast also includes Britt Lower as Jeri, Derek Wilson as Wolf, Ed Begley, Jr.as Gabe Futterman, Eliza Coupe as Tiger, Glenne Headly as Diane Futterman, Haley Joel Osment as Dr. Stu Camillo, Keith David as Dr. Elias Kronish and Robert Craighead as Vincent Skarsgaard. It is Marvel's first Hulu TV show and it's success could potentially mean more collaborations between Marvel and Hulu.

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