MODOK MCU was cancelled after one season

The animated programme  MODOK MCU won’t be coming back to Hulu. According to Deadline(opens in new tab), Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. has been cancelled at Hulu after just one season. Patton Oswalt, who provides the voice for the main character in the animated series, tweeted in response to the information, “*Sigh* oh well.” “The greatest writers and voice actors were at our disposal, and Marvel gave us free rein to play with their toys as we pleased. Another wonderful encounter. Forward!”

The show centres on the megalomaniacal supervillain M.O.D.O.K., voiced by Patton Oswalt. After years of trying to rule the world, he has run his evil organisation into the ground and been deposed as leader. M.O.D.O.K. is about to face his biggest struggle yet as a result of his failing marital and family life.

Oswalt and Jordan Blum, the show’s executive producers, wrote the scripts, and Melissa Fumero, Ben Schwartz, Nathan Fillion, and Jon Hamm also contributed to the voice cast. In May 2021, it made its Hulu debut to rave acclaim.

M.O.D.O.K. was produced by Marvel Television, the company behind shows like Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Helstrom, all of which had their initial premieres on streaming services other than Disney Plus, unlike the rest of Marvel’s small-screen work, and was not a part of the MCU. Helstrom was cancelled back in 2020, and The Defenders Saga is now available on Disney Plus instead of Netflix, so it appears that Marvel Television initiatives may be coming to an end.

If you’re already caught up on Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K., have a look at our list of the other top Hulu series that are now available to stream.

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