Hulu has just cancelled one of Marvel's last-remaining non-mCU shows

Hulu has just cancelled one of Marvel's last-remaining non-mCU shows ...

While Marvel Studios has a good grasp on all Marvel-related TV shows and movies these days, there are still a few exceptions to the old era of Marvel Television. One of these is the wacky stop-motion animated series M.O.D.O.K., which launched last year as a character from Marvel.

In this 10-episode series featuring Sonic the Hedgehog''s Ben Schwartz and Brooklyn 99''s Melissa Fumero, Patton Oswalt brings Hulu to life as a villain. The series also starred a number of characters and characters, including a few hilarious jokes.

With M.O.D.O.K. in production under the former Marvel Television, the same production team that delivered Agents of SHIELD and the Netflix-produced Defenders shows, its status on Hulu is on quite uneven footing. Now, its fate has been decided, with Hulu making the choice not to continue its story after the only season it had on the air.

M.O.D.O.K. Gets Axed At Hulu

Hulu has canceled the animated Marvel show M.O.D.O.K. after only one season on the streaming service. The Patton Oswalt-starring series was a number of animated episodes on Hulu under Jeph Loeb''s now-defunct Marvel Television division, which has now been taken over by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.

This show was one of only a few in production that was unconnected to the University of Minnesota.

Hit-Monkey, the only Marvel show that continues on Hulu for the second season, is also known as the Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends cartoon program. Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur are also expected to release, although the dates of the release date have been announced.


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