Marvel’s Inhumans will arrive on the small screen at the end of September. However, part of the series will first debut in IMAX, for a limited time.
Marvel’s television world is on cable and Netflix, with hits like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Iron Fist. It will introduce another show in the fall of 2017, however, with Inhumans, which joins the cable TV world.
Inhumans will arrive at the small screen on Friday, Sep. 29, bringing the comic that debuted in the 1970’s to life. However, it will also be available at your local movie theater, but for a limited time.
The first two episodes of Inhumans is already available to be viewed in IMAX, as they debuted on Friday, Sep. 1. It’s an unusual setting for a television show’s debut, but as many eyes as possible are being recruited to the movie theaters to view it and get them excited for the series’ arrival at the end of September.
These opening episodes of Inhumans will be in IMAX for a limited time, however. Cinemablend.com noted that by Sep. 8, this Marvel program will be taken out of most IMAX theaters. This IMAX map shows the number of theaters that will air Inhumans almost evaporate out of thin air, by the time Sep. 8 hits. That means if you want to see this show before the official arrival on Sep. 29, there are only six days left to do so.
Inhumans will star Anson Mount as Black Bolt, Serinda Swan at Medusa, Ken Leung as Karnak, Eme Ikwuakor as Gorgon, Ellen Woglom as Louise, and Ivan Rheon as Maximus. They will be part of this eight-episode series that debuts on the previously-mentioned date on ABC. Are you looking forward to its arrival at the end of September?