Inhumans was never going to live up to the rest of the MCU, but it never even tried

Given the last six episodes of Marvel’s Inhumans, hopefully most audiences went into this penultimate one with low expectations. “Havoc in the Hidden Land” thankfully breaks away from the pattern of focusing on one character per episode and pushes the royal family back to Attilan. This means that we’ve successfully…

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Given the last six episodes of Marvel’s Inhumans, hopefully most audiences went into this penultimate one with low expectations. “Havoc in the Hidden Land” thankfully breaks away from the pattern of focusing on one character per episode and pushes the royal family back to Attilan. This means that we’ve successfully…

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Iwan Rheon Says ‘Berlin, I Love You’; ‘Inhumans’ Star Set For ‘Embassy’ Segment

EXCLUSIVE: Game Of Thrones alum and Marvel’s Inhumans star Iwan Rheon has joined the cast of Berlin I Love You. The anthology feature is the latest in the Cities of Love series launched by Emmanuel Benbihy in 2006 with the release of Paris, Je T’Aime, followed by New York, I Love You (2008) and Rio, I Love You (2014).
Rheon joins an ensemble cast that includes Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Jim Sturgess, Mickey Rourke, Diego Luna, Orlando Bloom, Sophie Turner, Jack…

EXCLUSIVE: Game Of Thrones alum and Marvel’s Inhumans star Iwan Rheon has joined the cast of Berlin I Love You. The anthology feature is the latest in the Cities of Love series launched by Emmanuel Benbihy in 2006 with the release of Paris, Je T'Aime, followed by New York, I Love You (2008) and Rio, I Love You (2014). Rheon joins an ensemble cast that includes Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Jim Sturgess, Mickey Rourke, Diego Luna, Orlando Bloom, Sophie Turner, Jack…

Abandoning compelling ideas and characters makes Marvel’s Inhumans a waste of time and talent

Now that the overarching structure of Marvel’s Inhumans is at least sort of clear, it’s a relief to come to Gorgon’s episode. The plot and dialog have continued to be rough, but free of his inexplicably friendly and supportive human friends Gorgon (Eme Ikwuakor) has been a bright spot in an otherwise dull show,…

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Now that the overarching structure of Marvel’s Inhumans is at least sort of clear, it’s a relief to come to Gorgon’s episode. The plot and dialog have continued to be rough, but free of his inexplicably friendly and supportive human friends Gorgon (Eme Ikwuakor) has been a bright spot in an otherwise dull show,…

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The Inhumans finally reunite, but should probably leave Crystal on Earth

The biggest shame of Marvel’s Inhumans continues to be that the first two episodes were not only so terrible, but also so different from the rest of the series in structure and writing skill. Tonight was the fifth installment of eight, and only now are characters starting to address questions and issues that have been…

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The biggest shame of Marvel’s Inhumans continues to be that the first two episodes were not only so terrible, but also so different from the rest of the series in structure and writing skill. Tonight was the fifth installment of eight, and only now are characters starting to address questions and issues that have been…

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‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Latest Promo Trashed by Twitter: ‘Literally No One Cares’

Marvel’s Inhumans” appears to still have its work cut out when it comes to winning over the naysayers.

The ABC drama, which launched last month, currently holds an eight percent freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has been subject to fan criticism since its first trailers launched over the summer.

The show’s Twitter account shared a trailer for this week’s new episode on Friday, and while some people responded with excitement, the footage definitely received its share of snark.

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“Literally no one cares,” wrote one individual.

“Wow. The producers even snuck in there a generic car chase,” tweeted another unimpressed viewer.

Also Read: ‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Rockets Up to a 7 Score on Rotten Tomatoes — Goodbye, Goose Egg

The series that stars Serinda Swan (Medusa), Anson Mount (Black Bolt) and Iwan Rheon (Maximus) was termed a “work in progress” by ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey during a press event in August.

Below are recent Twitter reactions to the promo.

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literally no one cares

— Sam O’Donnell (@RVrenegades01) October 13, 2017

Wow. The producers even snuck (sneaked) in there a generic car chase.

— Rodrigo Peña ???????? (@RoiJpsMPk) October 13, 2017

Ya know if this hadn’t be trash show, Black Bolt would of have soar in the air. why is this show still airing?

— Blackagar Boltagon (@KingOfAttilan_) October 13, 2017

Please please cancel this show. It’s really bad. Embarrassing in fact

— Jason Veraz (@skateboarddean) October 13, 2017

Hey lets take the one cool thing Medusa had and take it away! Sounds like a great plan.

— Davey Baldwin (@daveydwb) October 13, 2017

After tonight we’ll be halfway done with Marvel’s #Inhumanspic.twitter.com/5CBaupOsTo

— ComicBookCast (@ComicBookCast) October 13, 2017

“Marvel’s Inhumans” airs Fridays at 9/8c on ABC.

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‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Is ‘Still a Work in Progress’ Amid Trailer Backlash, ABC Says

Marvel’s Inhumans” appears to still have its work cut out when it comes to winning over the naysayers.

The ABC drama, which launched last month, currently holds an eight percent freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has been subject to fan criticism since its first trailers launched over the summer.

The show’s Twitter account shared a trailer for this week’s new episode on Friday, and while some people responded with excitement, the footage definitely received its share of snark.

“Literally no one cares,” wrote one individual.

“Wow. The producers even snuck in there a generic car chase,” tweeted another unimpressed viewer.

The series that stars Serinda Swan (Medusa), Anson Mount (Black Bolt) and Iwan Rheon (Maximus) was termed a “work in progress” by ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey during a press event in August.

Below are recent Twitter reactions to the promo.

“Marvel’s Inhumans” airs Fridays at 9/8c on ABC.

Related stories from TheWrap:

'Marvel's Inhumans' Premieres to Harsh Reactions: 'Thor But S–ty'

'Marvel's Inhumans': Here's Updated Look at That Unpopular Medusa Wig (Photo)

'Inhumans' Star Defends Medusa Wig: 'If We Only Did Things That Were Perfect, We Would Never Start'

'Marvel's Inhumans' Is 'Still a Work in Progress' Amid Trailer Backlash, ABC Says

‘Alien Invasion: S.U.M.1’ Picked Up By Gravitas Ventures in North America (EXCLUSIVE)

Gravitas Ventures has acquired all North American distribution rights on sci-fi thriller “Alien Invasion: S.U.M.1,” which stars “Game of Thrones” actor Iwan Rheon. Munich-based sales agent Global Screen is handling global rights. The movie, which is produced by Christian Alvart (“Nick – Off Duty,” “Case 39,” “Pandorum,” “Antibodies”), has its theatrical roll-out set for Dec. […]

Gravitas Ventures has acquired all North American distribution rights on sci-fi thriller “Alien Invasion: S.U.M.1,” which stars “Game of Thrones” actor Iwan Rheon. Munich-based sales agent Global Screen is handling global rights. The movie, which is produced by Christian Alvart (“Nick – Off Duty,” “Case 39,” “Pandorum,” “Antibodies”), has its theatrical roll-out set for Dec. […]

Weak acting and unlikable protagonists plague Marvel’s Inhumans

Watching the two-episode Marvel’s Inhumans premiere feels oddly anticlimactic. The trailers released this summer were the subject of some hilarious and pointed criticism, and beyond the usual early screenings for fans and critics, the first two episodes were aired as a 90-minute film in IMAX theaters earlier this…

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Watching the two-episode Marvel’s Inhumans premiere feels oddly anticlimactic. The trailers released this summer were the subject of some hilarious and pointed criticism, and beyond the usual early screenings for fans and critics, the first two episodes were aired as a 90-minute film in IMAX theaters earlier this…

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