Looks like Marvel’s Inhumans is well on its way to wrapping production on its first season while on location in Hawaii. According to a tweet posted by Reel News Hawaii, production just wrapped on the seventh episode of the series right ahead of Memorial Day Weekend. Being that the series will only have a total of eight episodes means that there is only one episode left to film. Check out their tweet below:
Filming for the final episode will begin soon after the holiday weekend and production will officially wrap on June 8. Billy Gierhart, a veteran director from Agents of SHIELD, has been confirmed to direct the season finale.
With production wrapping, fans should expect an official wide release of a trailer for the series to debut very soon. ABC Studios and Marvel Television did premiere a trailer for attendees of The Upfronts earlier this month but it has yet to be released online. However, some leaked images of the trailer and a not-so-HD image of Lockjaw has been circulating airwaves. The official debut of the cast photo in Entertainment Weekly has garnered both positive and disappointing reactions from audiences so only time will tell how the official trailer will do.
Marvel’s Inhumans will center around the Inhuman Royal Family after they are splintered by a military coup and escape to the island of Hawaii. Their surprising interactions with the lush world and the humanity around them may prove to not only save them but Earth itself.
Inhumans stars Anson Mount, Serinda Swan, Iwan Rheon, Ken Leung, , Eme Ikwuakor, Isabelle Cornish, Mike Moh, Sonya Balmores and Ellen Woglom. Are you excited for the release of Marvel’s Inhumans? Let us know in the comments below.
Marvel’s Inhumans will debut its first two episode in IMAX screens on September 1st. The full series will debut on Friday nights in the fall on the ABC network.