Debuting on Freeform this June.
Cloak and Dagger – Marvel’s debut providing on the Freeform community – has lastly been given a premiere date, with Variety reporting the present’s first season might be arriving on screens June 7 at 8pm ET/PT.
Primarily based on the Marvel characters created by Invoice Mantlo and Ed Hannigan, Cloak and Dagger revolves round two youngsters from very completely different backgrounds, Tandy Bowen (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone Johnson (Aubrey Joseph). Each possess superpowers that hyperlink them to one another in mysterious methods. – Tandy can produce daggers of pure gentle, whereas Tyrone can engulf these round him in darkness. The 2 of them rapidly realise they’re simpler collectively than aside, however their joint exploration of their powers is difficult by their emotions for one another.
Along with the information of the premiere date, Freeform has additionally launched a model new sneak peek for the collection, which you’ll be able to watch beneath.
Cloak and Dagger was first announced way back in 2016 and its first season will encompass 10 episodes. Along with Holt and Joseph, the collection stars Andrea Roth, Gloria Reuben, Miles Mussenden, Carl Lundstedt, James Saito and J.D. Evermore. Co-produced by Marvel and ABC Signature Studios, Joe Pokaski (Heroes) serves as showrunner and government producer, with Marvel Tv’s Jeph Loeb and Jim Chory additionally serving as government producers. The collection’ debut episode is directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love & Basketball).
When you’re not accustomed to these specific Marvel heroes, don’t fret – we have put collectively a handy guide to Cloak and Dagger. The present is not the one Marvel property based mostly on youngsters; Runaways has simply completed a profitable first season on Hulu and is headed for a second, whereas New Warriors – Marvel’s first foray into half-hour tv comedy – is at the moment searching for a house after Freeform could not discover area in its schedules.
Cloak and Dagger will air weekly on Freeform, starting June 7.
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