"Agents of SHIELD" moving from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. means a little bit more "edge" and "grit," according to Jeph Loeb.
Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb talks to CBR about what makes "Luke Cage" unique, and the show's social relevancy.
The name of Jason O'Mara's "Agents of SHIELD" character hasn't yet been revealed, but the actor says it's "a very manly name."
Learn how Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona's "Runaways" defied expectations to become a cult classic and, soon, live-action TV series.
A new A.I character will be joining the Marvel universe in the next season of ABC's hit show, played by "Galavant's" Mallory Jansen.
The arrival of Ghost Rider opens the door to plenty of Marvel Comics characters joining the ABC series, and we rounded up some we want right now.
Melissa Rosenberg hinted at the possibility of more than one villain squaring off against the superpowered P.I. in Season 2.
A veteran of "The Blacklist" and "E.R.", Nagra will appear in a multi-episode arc on the Marvel Televsion series' fourth season on ABC.
Jason O'Mara weighs in on his character's history in the Marvel Universe, his "power struggle" with Coulson and more.
Iain De Caestecker addressed the evolution of FitzSimmons, while Wen revealed which Marvel superhero she wants on the show.
Luke Cage is going solo after his scene-stealing turn in "Jessica Jones," and CBR pointsâ€‚out the most important moments from the first trailer.
The Marvel TV head explains why "Cloak & Dagger" targets a different demo and why the teen-focused network makes sense for it.
Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb revealed how he learned that "Agent Carter" had been cancelled and why there's still hope for the character.
Netflix has released the first trailer for their upcoming Marvel series starring Mike Colter as Luke Cage.
While that project didn't work out, the network seems high on its replacement, which involves parents trying to protect their mutant children.
The actor once again proved he's as much a fan as a key Marvel player when he posted a fantasy cast list for the next "Avengers" film.
While "Marvel's Most Wanted" won't air on ABC, network president Channing Dungey said Marvel can shop the show to other networks.
Atwell also recalled how she came to join "Conviction" and what options ABC explored before cancelling "Agent Carter."