Serinda Swan (Medusa, of course) participates in the "Marvel Inhumans" panel during the Disney ABC Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton, Aug. 6, 2017.
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Studio executives hit back at early criticism of the upcoming ABC series "Marvel's Inhumans," Sunday, describing it less than a month before its premiere as a "work in progress".The first two episodes of the show – about a royal family of superpowered aliens from the moon who are exiled to Hawaii – will premiere as a 75-minute movie in IMAX theaters on Sept. 1, prior to ABC's Sept. 29 television premiere.Based on characters from Marvel Comics, the series was filmed in Hawaii earlier this year and shares continuity with the movies and other television series of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.Earlier in the day, Channing Dungey, ABC's entertainment president, also defended the show, referring to the episode screened for critics as "a bit of a work in progress".
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