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Runaways Season 4: Release Date, Cast, Plot And More Information

Runaways

Runaways Season 4: Marvel’s Runaways is an American web series that streams on Hulu and is made by Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz. It was developed by Marvel Television, ABC Signature Studios, and Fake Empire Productions.

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Storyline 

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The story is based on the popular Marvel comic books close to the hearts of many children and adults alike, where a group of teenagers finds out that their parents are part of a huge, nefarious cult-like organization. Their wickedness surpasses all limits when the teenagers accidentally witness an infant being sacrificed by their parents. The teens later find out about unique powers or forces being present inside them since birth and, as a result, team up against their parents to defeat the criminal organization.

The cast of The Runaways

The major cast of Marvel’s Runaways includes the following actors: Lyrica Okano as Nico Minoru, Rhenzy Felin as Alex Wilder, Virginia Gardner as Karolina Dean, Ariela Barer as Gertrude Yorkes, Allegra Acosta as Molly Hayes, Gregg Sulkin as Chase Stein, Ryan Sands as Geoffrey Wilder, Angel Parker as Catherine Wilder, Elizabeth Hurley as Morgan Le Fay, Clarissa Thibeaux as Xavin, and few others.

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Runaways Season 4

Will There Be A Fourth Season? 

Sadly, Marvel and Hulu have announced that Season 3 will be the last and final season of the Runaways, and the fans will no longer see their favorite TV superheroes running around defeating evil.

Why Was Season 4 Cancelled?

There has been no official statement as to why Runaways Season 4 has been canceled. But, there can be many factors as to why a fourth season was dropped. Firstly, the show didn’t catch a lot of audiences- with less than one million views for the first season. Enough people just weren’t tuning in to watch the show. In addition to that, many fans across the globe, who watch the series, were disappointed because the show didn’t capture the essence of the comic book version of the story in the second installment. Bad reviews and the dearth of an audience may have led to the cancellation of the series. So, unfortunately, fans just won’t be getting another glimpse of the teenage boys and girls again.

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