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'Marvel's Runaways' To Air on Freeform This Week - Get the Details Here!

'Marvel's Runaways' To Air on Freeform This Week - Get the Details Here!

Marvel’s Runaways is hopping networks – but just for one night!

The Hulu original series will be making its’ Freeform debut this week, after the season one finale of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger.

The very first episode of the series will bow on Thursday, August 2nd. No word on if additional episodes will be airing yet.

Runaways follows six teenagers, played by Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela Barer, Gregg Sulkin and Allegra Acosta — who barely can stand one another but who must unite against a common foe: their parents.

Marvel's 'Cloak & Dagger' & 'Runaways' Might Crossover One Day

Marvel's 'Cloak & Dagger' & 'Runaways' Might Crossover One Day

Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger and Runaways seem like the perfect shows in the Marvel Universe to have a crossover event.

But, don’t get too excited about it happening in the first season of Cloak & Dagger, starring Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph.

Showrunner Joe Pokaski likes the idea, but he wants to make sure that the series establishes Tandy and Tyrone first.

“It was really important for the first season to really establish Tandy and Tyrone, even as people before they become superheroes,” he shared.

He continues, “But I’m a big fan of what Josh [Schwartz] and Stephanie [Savage] did on Runaways and we’re always talking about ‘When do we get to do our crossover?’ There’s probably 400 lawyers in the way… I’m excited for however Cloak & Dagger can play in the universe.”

We’re ready when they are.

Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger premieres in June on Freeform.

Gregg Sulkin Dishes on Chase & Gert Relationship on 'Runaways'

Gregg Sulkin Dishes on Chase & Gert Relationship on 'Runaways'

One thing we noticed in Marvel’s Runaways‘ season one is the relationship building between Chase and Gert.

Gregg Sulkin, who plays Chase, recently opened up about what to expect between the budding romantic couple.

“I think both of them, at the start of the season, are very opposite people, opposite characters. And I think it’s nice to see two worlds [come together],” he told ET. “You may be different, you may share different opinions, but you can kind of put that aside and fall in love with a person’s heart. I think that is Chase and Gert throughout the first season.”

“The amazing part about the end of the first season is they’re both trying to figure out what it is,” Gregg said. “Is it a teenage hookup? Is it a one-night kind of romance, a rendezvous? I think definitely by the end of season two, you’ll figure out where they’re going… You’ll [know] are they in this? Are they in it, or are they gonna go their separate ways?”

Gregg Sulkin Reveals What Convinced Him to Sign On For 'Marvel's Runaways'

Gregg Sulkin Reveals What Convinced Him to Sign On For 'Marvel's Runaways'

Gregg Sulkin is amazing on Marvel’s Runaways and is speaking out on what really got him to sign on for the role.

In a recent interview with Variety, the 25-year-old actor revealed that co-creator Josh Schwartz convinced him to do it and he felt safe in the hands of Josh and co-creator Stephanie Savage.

“I found out about the role when my team sent me the audition. I didn’t know what the project was for, I didn’t know who was involved, and it was a fake character name,” he said about how he was initially pitched the role. “Once I tested, I called Josh Schwartz because they wanted me to sign on to something for seven years that I didn’t know anything about. I was like, ‘Josh, this is a very big that you’re asking me to make and sign a seven-year contract without having read a single thing.’ But he has a great way of convincing people, so here I am.”

“He kept on reiterating that the show is shot in LA, and I have lived here for nine years, so to sleep in my own bed was a big attraction,” he continued. “Both [Schwartz] and Steph have great success rates and their past track record is incredible, so I felt I was in safe hands. I felt like I was talking to a producer who knew exactly what he wanted, knew exactly what he would be doing with it, and I completely trusted him 100%. Both of them had this energy on set where they never panic.

This Is The Moment When Gregg Sulkin Finally Felt Like A Superhero on 'Marvel's Runaways'

This Is The Moment When Gregg Sulkin Finally Felt Like A Superhero on 'Marvel's Runaways'

Gregg Sulkin has had his superhero moment.

The actor, who stars in Marvel’s Runaways on Hulu, shared that he truly felt like a superhero when he first tried on his Fistigons, the weaponized gloves that give his character superhuman abilities.

“When I was putting them on, it kind of felt like, ‘Wow,’” he told THR during a Facebook Live.

He adds, “One, a lot of effort and emotion have gone into this power and these gloves, and, two, it was like, a lot of money has also gone into these gloves and making sure they work.”

It was kind of like, ‘OK, now the pressure is on,’” Gregg shared. “They believed in me to be this superhero, now I am this superhero, now I need to perform.”