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Marvel Has Plans for More Street-Level Superhero Shows, Post-Netflix

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Jeph Loeb teases more street-level heroes will be getting Marvel Television shows in the future.

Speaking with Deadline, Marvel Television chief Jeph Loeb dove into the current and future state of the comic company's superheroes on the small screen. Though he didn't offer any specifics outside of what's already been announced, Loeb did tease that more street-level heroes will be brought to life.

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[I]f the Marvel heroes are here to save the universe, the Marvel Street-Level Heroes, the Marvel Knights, often they are just to save themselves, to save the neighborhood. Some of those appeared on Netflix, but there are others that live in that category, which are still to come.

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With Netflix canceling all of its Marvel shows, the street-level heroes, often referred to as Marvel Knights (based off the comic imprint of the same name that focused on more mature stories set on a smaller scale), no longer have a presence on TV. But that looks to be changing in the future.

Ghost Rider will be getting his own show on Hulu, but it sounds as if it will be more supernatural in nature. And with members of the Defenders and Punisher already having their chance in the spotlight, and Blade joining the MCU, there's a good chance Moon Knight could be joining Marvel Television.

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Rumors about a Moon Knight TV show or movie have circulated for years, and the character certainly has big screen potential. But as one of the more famous street-level Marvel heroes who have yet to be adapted, he seems like a strong possibility for one of the characters Loeb alludes to. There's also a chance that characters from the Netflix shows, like Hellcat or Misty Knight, will get spinoffs. And with both Hulu and Disney+ at Marvel's disposal, there's certainly plenty of options for where these mystery heroes could land.

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