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THE INHUMANS: Marvel Series Premiere Date Revealed [ABC]

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ABC Planning To Premiere The Inhumans In September 2017

Marvel‘s The Inhumans is reportedly set to make its television debut on ABC on September 26th, 2017.

The Hollywood Reporter broke the story, claiming that the planned superhero series will hit the small screen just weeks after it premieres in theaters. As was previously announced, Imax has reached an agreement with Marvel to run the first two episodes in its theaters before the program migrates to ABC:

“Hopefully this will spawn more seasons of the show, and opportunistically, we’re looking at other opportunities and programs that we can become part of,” said Greg Foster, CEO of IMAX Entertainment, as quoted by THR. Foster also added that IMAX is looking to get involved with other TV debuts, although they’re waiting to see how “Inhumans” fares before pursuing more deals.

“This is at the high end of the range of what we’ll be doing, but we’re already looking for a second [series],” said Foster. “This is a really exciting opportunity that could blossom into more.”

The first two episodes of “Inhumans” will air as one IMAX presentation, lasting approximately 80 minutes. The first two episodes of “Inhumans,” which will be shot entirely with IMAX cameras, will screen in 1,000 IMAX theaters across 74 countries. Additionally, select sequences from subsequent episodes of “Inhuamns” will also be shot using IMAX cameras.

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