‘Marvel’s Runaways’: Trailer for Final Season Released

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Lyrica Okano, Ariela Barer, Virginia Gradner, Gregg Sulkin, and Allegra Acosta in Marvel's Runaways. Image courtesy of Hulu.

Marvel’s Runaways is one of the only Marvel TV series still in the current lineup since everything Marvel is being moved over to Disney+. Freeform’s Cloak and Dagger was recently canceled after two seasons, but its stars, Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph, filmed a guest appearance on season 3 of the Hulu series before the cancellation. The streaming service has been teasing the upcoming season over the last few months, and an official trailer was just released.

The trailer starts with Tandy and Tyrone of Cloak and Dagger ending up at the Runaways’ hideaway, where Nico asks them who they are and what they’re doing there. Tyrone tells her whatever they did caused a disturbance bad enough that Tyrone felt it, which has never happened before. Also included are the kids being told that the Magistrate’s family took new bodies and that the aliens could be in one of the parents’ bodies. The most dangerous one could be one of the kids. On top of it, they have to deal with Morgan, who is getting more and more powerful and is starting an army.

It was also announced that this upcoming third season will be the show’s last. After Marvel’s Runaways finishes its run, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be the last Marvel TV show on the air that is non-Disney+, which will be wrapping up with its seventh season in summer 2020.

Seasons 1 and 2 of Marvel’s Runaways are available to stream on Hulu, with season 1 on Disney+. Catch the third and final season when it drops on December 13 only on Hulu.

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