Marvel Inhumans TV Show Cast Revealed in Full

Marvel Inhumans TV Show Cast Revealed in Full
Inhumans leader Black Bolt and his royal family. (Image via Marvel)

Marvel’s “Inhumans” TV show and cast are the next big superhero team to invade the small screen. Though the team has been around in comics since 1965, it has yet to have the impact of Avengers or X-Men. That could very quickly change. The Inhumans are an extremely powerful group, with a team leader capable of disintegrating matter with his voice.

As The Hollywood Reporter revealed, the full cast is ready. Read on to find out who plays who in what could be a very interesting move for Marvel TV shows.

Black Bolt played by Anson Mount

Medusa played by Serinda Swan

Maximus played by Iwan Rheon

Karnak played by Ken Leung

Crystal played by Isabelle Cornish

Gorgon played by Eme Ikwuakor

Triton played by Mike Moh

Auran played by Sonya Balmores

A mystery character played by Ellen Woglom

And Lockjaw, perhaps all CGI

The “Inhumans” TV show should be a computer graphics heavy, very refreshing turn for superhero TV, if done properly. Marvel has had a constant stream of film and TV hits, so this show is expected to be of the same high quality.

The difference is that the Inhumans are race of superhumans, and a royal family of protectors. Black Bolt sits on the throne and his family rule the Inhumans beside him. The Inhumans have ties to the Fantastic Four, and even the Avengers, to a certain extent, but won’t necessarily be living on Earth.

In a very unique move for an original TV series, the first two episodes of the “Inhumans” will appear in theaters on Imax screens, 1000 of them, in 74 countries. The move is meant to bring the series charging onto TV screens, where competition is fierce. ABC is competing against 500 other original series.

The two week run in theaters, starting on labor day, will expose movie audiences to the new “Inhumans” cast, and Marvel hopes that the audience will follow the cast at home on TV after theatrical exposure. ABC, Imax, and Marvel are essentially blurring the lines between TV and movie releases, and hope to continue the trend they start.

“Inhumans” will arrive in theaters right between two major Marvel movie releases, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in July and “Thor: Ragnarok” in November.

Originally, Marvel had also planned an “Inhumans” movie for 2018. Those plans have changed, and Marvel doesn’t really need one, since this TV series is a new hybrid experiment in what’s possible for TV and film crossovers. What’s left to be seen is if the Marvel “Inhumans” TV show cast can really pull off these unique characters.

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