The geeks will inherit the Earth! And this means more superhero series are showing up, and here are the 3 series that you should look forward to.
Yep, It?s really great to see that more and more sci-fi, fantasy and even super hero series are popping up at the silver screen, but we have to pick three new series for you to start your weekly viewing, these maybe a sequel to a classic series or an adaptation from comics, but these will surely kick start the super hero geek in you
From the team behind the Arrow and The Flash TV series comes Supergirl and will be premiering on CBS instead of the usual The CW channel that would be at the same line up with Arrow and Flash. Starring Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, who was one of the surviving Kryptonians that was sent to Earth and adopted by the Danvers family. She must then learn to embrace her powers on Earth and use it to protect the people. It will be available on Octobe 26.
Heroes will have a comeback on NBA after years since their last series. The 13 episode miniseries will featuring returning cast such as Jack Coleman, Masi Oka, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Sendhil Ramamurthy, and Greg Grunberg as well as some new cast of young super-powered humans. Sadly some of the old characters will not return, especially with Claire Bennet who is now confirmed to be dead in Heroes Reborn. Heroes Reborn will premiere on September 24.
Guardians of the Galaxy
More like a spiritual continuation to the movie version, Guardians of the Galaxy will be one of Disney XD?s lates line up for their Marvel block, but take note that this series is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Featuring the voices of Will Friedle as Star-Lord, Trevor Devall as Rocket, Vanessa Marshall as Gamora, Kevin Michael Richardson as Groot and David Sobolov as Drax the Destroyer. Guardians will premiere on September 26.