Marvel's cloak and dagger are not wrapped or stabbed as his title might suggest. No, the superhero series is here to stay, having scored a second season at Freeform.
At San Diego's Comic-Con Friday, the network announced that Marvel's Cloak & Dagger will return for season 2 in the spring of 2019 (via The Hollywood Reporter ) . The upcoming season will consist of 10 episodes, as will his first year outing.
This news makes you smile, but it's even sweeter if you consider it's the first year Marvel's Cloak & Dagger made an appearance at SDCC . We can not think of a better place to make a pickup ad than pop culture convention stuffed, energetic and full of surprises.
With Aubrey Joseph as Tyrone Johnson (the mantle of our incumbent Olivia Holt as Tandy Bowen (the Dagger), the series is very well drawn with critics, who hired the first season for his ability to mix "soap drama with grains of superheroes to create an exciting addition, surprisingly thoughtful to the genre." Special congratulations were bestowed on Joseph and Holt for their on-screen electro chemistry, but the show has been criticized for his awkward pace and his "shaky" writing.
Still, Marvel & # 39; s Cloak & Dagger quickly became the most successful series of Freeform, with his first episode raking in 4.4 million viewers.Currently, the show is the number one dramatic among two women aged 18 to 34 and men aged 18 to 49.
This is hardly a Surprise that Marvel's Cloak & Dagger had a renewal of Season 2 given its popularity, but the series definitely has room to go from the front. Repel the edges in the story, tighten the stride and streamline the arches of characters, and voila, a second breathtaking season. Here is hoping, at least.
With Emma Lahana in the role of Brigid O'Reilly, Ally Maki in the role of Mina Hess, and Carl Lundstedt in the role of Liam Walsh, Marvel & Cloak & Dagger new batch of episodes early next year.