Incredible Hulk TV Show still alive and kicking?

Word has leaked that Marvel is shopping around 4 new dramas and a mini-series as indicated below:

“Word has it that Marvel is shopping a content package of four drama series and a miniseries that totals 60 episodes. Potential suitors include Netflix, Amazon and WGN America, with both digital platforms and traditional cable networks interested in working with the red-hot company. Few details are available at the moment as the offering is in very early stages and there is currently little talent attached. Whether it’s a new content provider looking to establish its platform with a host of Marvel programs or a successful network interested in including Marvel’s brand in their slate, this is likely to be a huge deal at the end of the day, especially considering the 60-episode commitment. Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has already received a full season orderat ABC, and we know that Hayley Atwell is interested in Marvel’s Agent Carter series. As Deadline reports, there’s no confirmation that the Carter series is part of the rumored package or if it’s been set aside for ABC. Keep an eye out for future developments on this story.”

Even though work and development on the Incredible Hulk tv show seemed to die off in the last 6 months, it did have a leg up as it was in a process of being developed with del Toro’s involvement. Given how hugely successful the Agents of SHIELD tv show has been, studios are probably hungry for more Marvel content and with how popular the Hulk was from the Avengers movie, it just makes sense that they re-start the Hulk tv show development. Hopefully we will hear some news shortly but I am holding out for the Hulk tv show to be a reality.

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  1. Here’s the latest update “Guillermo del Toro came in and talked to us about doing a Hulk show and when Guillermo del Toro comes and wants to do a show about your pinkie, you are going to want to do it. But it was just a case that once we saw what Joss Whedon and Mark Ruffalo were creating in ‘The Avengers,’ that was a better solution.”

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