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‘Hit-Monkey’ Renewed for Season 2 at Hulu – The Hollywood Reporter

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Hulu and Marvel’s ambitious, 4 shows anime series slate The title will no longer contain “Marvel”.

The streamer operated by Disney has been renewed hit monkey into the second season. It’s been over a year since this pickup debuted on Hulu in November 2021, and it’s the only one of the four series that’s been over eight months since the other series aired. modoc — canceled after one season.

The four series greenlit in 2019 were from the now-defunct Marvel Television, led by Jeff Loeb. (Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron fist), complete with the best mini-series called criminal (play off defenders Netflix show Team Up).

But Marvel TV Folded into Kevin Feige’s Marvel Studios In late 2019, Loeb departed. Then two anime shows — howard the duck and Tigra & Dazzler – and the criminal idea discarded. modoc premiered in May 2021, hit monkey Continued half a year later.

20th Television Animation is now Marvel TV’s studio as Marvel TV no longer exists. hit monkey — thus removing the Marvel name from the front of the show’s title (although the Marvel logo would be attached to the show in some other way). Co-creators Josh Gordon and Will Speck will continue to serve as executive producers.

hit monkey It follows a Japanese snow monkey whose tribe is slaughtered as he joins forces with the ghosts of American assassins and they begin their way through the yakuza underworld. New York is the setting for Season 2. The voice cast features Olivia Munn, Jason Sudeikis, Ally Maki, and Fred Tatasciore. Leslie Jones will appear from season 2.

hit monkey It’s one of two original Marvel TV series that still has a lifeline. a Revived daredevil Charlie Cox and — who re-evaluated the character in Spider-Man: No Way Home and She-Hulk: Lawyer — is also working on Disney+.

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