Helstrom, Ghost Rider Just the Start of Marvel TV's 'Terror' Series

Earlier this year, it was announced that Marvel Television would bring two of Marvel's horror-centric characters, Ghost Rider and Hellstrom, to Hulu in their own series, the former of which will see Gabriel Luna reprise his role from the character's appearances on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. But, according to Marvel Television Executive Vice President and Head of Television Jeph Loeb, these two characters are only the beginning for the studio's foray into "terror" programming.

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While speaking to Deadline, Loeb discussed how the upcoming Ghost Rider and Helstrom would be joined under the "Adventure into Fear" moniker, and that more shows would eventually fall under its umbrella.

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"So we started with Ghost Rider, we went out and managed to get Gabriel Luna to come back and reproduce the role he played on S.H.I.E.L.D.," Loeb stated. "Then we’re going to do Helstrom, and then there’s a couple more that we haven’t yet revealed to the world."

Loeb did not explain what those shows might be, but given the number of other horror characters that exist in the Marvel Universe, the possibilities are numerous. In addition, Marvel will also release four adult animated series based on the characters Howard the Duck, M.O.D.O.K., Hit-Monkey, Tigra and Dazzler on Hulu, which will culminate in the special The Offenders.

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Produced by Marvel Television, Ghost Rider and Helstrom are set to release on Hulu some time in 2020.

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