Marvel TV’s New York Comic-Con Panels Revealed

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Marvel TV's New York Comic-Con Schedule Revealed

Marvel will be coming forward with a few of their highly anticipated new seasons of popular TV shows at this year’s New York Comic-Con.

A new report from Deadline states that Marvel will be holding panels for Daredevil season three, The Gifted season two and Runaways season two, though exact details of the panels have not been revealed yet.

The reports reveal that Daredevil will be coming in with Kingpin actor, Vincent D’Onofrio, along with the newly added Joanna Whalley, and there will be a new surprising announcement by the Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb. Runaways will drop in their first look teaser before the show gets premiered in December, while The Gifted is speculated to drop in an extended look at its upcoming season, as the first episode of season two will air a week before the Comic Con.

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Marvel will also have their animation panel for the screening for Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, an animated TV movie which will air on Disney Channel and Disney XD a few days before NYCC. Over the years, Marvel has extended its content across various streaming services like Netflix and Hulu and networks like Fox, FX and ABC. The fans have also embraced each show except Inhumans that failed to amass any audience.

New York Comic Con is seen as a lower-version of the San Diego Comic Con but it will certainly highlight Marvel this year. Since both Luke Cage and Iron Fist will have their new seasons out before NYCC, there also a slight possibility that we might get an announcement of a Heroes For Hire spinoff series which will unite Luke Cage and Iron Fist, along with their companions Colleen Wing and Misty Knight.

Members of FandomWire will be in attendance as NYCC kicks off on October 4th.

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