Marvel Television

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Marvel Television
Founded June 28, 2010
President Dan Buckley (print, animation, and digital art)
Jeoh Loeb (EVP)
Notable Works Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Marvel Television (Marvel TV) is the television division of Marvel Studios, which is a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment in The Walt Disney Company conglomerate. The division is responsible for live action and animated (Marvel Animation) TV shows and direct-to-DVD series.

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History

On June 28, 2010, Marvel Entertainment announced the start of the company, which is the division of Marvel Studios, together with the appointment of president Jeph Loeb to head the division as the ecexutive vice president and head of television. The first TV show under the Marvel TV name for development was The Incredible Hulk, which was being developed by Guillermo del Toro. ABC Studios had later sold a Punisher put-pilot to FOX in October 2011.

By April of 2012, Marvel had three other TV shows in development: The Hulk Project and AKA Jessica Jones for ABC, and Cloak and Danger for ABC Family.

List of productions

Live-Action

Title Format Buyer Years
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Superhero drama ABC 2013–present
Marvel's Agent Carter Period spy drama ABC 2015–2016
Daredevil Superhero drama Netflix 2015–present
Jessica Jones Superhero drama Netflix 2015–present
Luke Cage Superhero drama Netflix 2016–present
Legion Superhero drama FX 2017–present
Iron Fist Superhero drama Netflix 2017–present
The Defenders Superhero drama Netflix 2017–present
Marvel's Inhumans Drama ABC 2017–present
The Punisher Drama Netflix 2017–present
The Gifted Superhero drama FOX 2017–present
Marvel's Cloak & Dagger Superhero drama Freeform 2018–present
Marvel's New Warriors Comedy Freeform 2018–present
Marvel's Runaways Superhero drama Hulu 2018–present

Animation

See Marvel Animation.

In Development

External Sites