The latest batch of movies and TV shows to get their own television series on Hulu has come from two of the most popular studios in the business.
First up, Marvel Studios has a new TV show called Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., based on the Marvel comic books.
Marvel TV will be produced by ABC Studios and Marvel Television.
The show is based on an existing Marvel TV series created by Dan Buckley, the original creator of Agents of SHIELD.
The series will be executive produced by Marvel’s Head of Television Jeph Loeb, and showrunner Drew Goddard and writer Sam Catlin.
The first season of the series will premiere in the fall of 2018.
The second show is a standalone adaptation of the popular children’s book series The Marvelous Misadventures of Winnie the Pooh, and it is also executive produced and written by Buckley and Goddard.
The story will tell the story of Winnies adventures with the gang of mischievous misfits who inhabit the house of his grandfather.
It is set in a future world where the mischievious Pooh and his friends are no longer able to travel freely due to an ongoing curse.
The episode will air on ABC Family.
Marvel’s Agents will be followed by Marvel Comics, which is the world’s largest comic book publisher, and is also one of the biggest names in film and TV.
Marvel Entertainment and its cinematic division will bring its slate of superhero films, TV shows, and comics to Hulu, which will launch the service this summer.
The first two shows will air in the summer, but Hulu is also exploring the possibility of bringing the first two seasons of each show to other platforms as well.
Hulu has previously partnered with Netflix on shows like Marvel’s Daredevil and Marvel’s Jessica Jones.
The Hulu deal includes a new Marvel TV show as well, which could be picked up by other networks.
Hulu recently renewed a deal with the Netflix streaming service to stream a number of Marvel movies, including Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America: Civil War, and The Avengers: Infinity War.