Restless? An increased heart rate with hyperventilation? Heavy sweating? Umm, trouble concentrating? Distraught sleep patterns? While these barbaric anxiety symptoms may blow hot and cold from one certifiable binge watcher to another, and we are here to identify with call it your #firstworldproblems, or whatsoever, we do believe it’s an insufferable task having to witness your treasured series marching to an end and when we are knocking around The Runaways fighting off the darkness, saving their friends, their parents, and themselves? The severity of our brutish anxiety is most likely to aggrandize. Fortunately, to mass bewilderment we do believe there’s more to Marvel’s Runway.
Yes, we do consider there’s an extension to Marvel’s Teen Superhero Drama, The Runways!
REASONS WHY WE BELIEVE THERE IS A SEASON 4 TO THE RUNWAYS
1. BEHIND-THE–SCENE SHAKE UPS?
A source close to The Runaways expressed Variety the series’ creative team that although Season 3 serves as a “natural ending point,” the outlet pointed out that the cancellation likely had more to do with the behind-the-scenes stirrups at Marvel which ideally leads us to conclude that there isn’t an actual end drafted for the TV series yet, catering a bright possibility of scheming out a new season.
2. THE TELLY GIANTS
Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage architects of the American TV series. “The Runaways” is in whole slew ways the culmination of everything Savage have worked on over the years, including The O.C., Gossip Girl and Chuck. Hereby acknowledging that most of their series have completed their term will leave both the whoopers vacuous of ongoing projects with a up-and-coming audience spectrum.
3. MARVEL’S PREDICAMENT
Netflix cancelled two premium Marvel shows last year, including Daredevil and Luke Cage, no one knew that it was just the dawn of the end of Marvel TV as we know it. On the heels of Freeform’s abandonment of Cloak and Dagger comes the headlines that Hulu is retiring Marvel’s The Runaways after Season 3? If that happens, Marvel will be losing on a great bargain of their delightful audiences, and the crafty moviegoers recognize how equitably agile, Jeph Loeb is to let go of his beloved Marvel audiences.
The Runaways is one of the last remaining live-action shows left from Loeb’s time as head of the TV branch.
The Runways is the perfect assortment of counterculture, gritty, diverse, and weird – the misfits and runaways that didn’t quite fit in and we comprehensively believe there’s an abundance of action still left to be published.
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