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In a second change of guard this holiday weekend, Marvel has announced that Steven S. DeKnight will step in as Executive Producer and Showrunner for Marvel’s Daredevil series. He takes over for Drew Goddard, who is voluntarily stepping aside to … Continue reading
Disney, Marvel, and Netflix have announced they are collaborating on four new series and one mini-series based on the Defenders characters, which will shoot in New York City. In a press conference, Bob Iger, Chairman and CEO of The Walt … Continue reading
It’s been a slow few weeks for new Marvel news, but slow does not equal boring so let’s get to it. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be introducing a new super-villain when it returns in January. In the comics, Donnie Gill … Continue reading
If you follow TV/Entertainment news to the nauseating level that I do, you know how Netflix is completely changing the TV landscape. What used to be known as a way to binge watch old TV shows and catch up on … Continue reading