CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment announced that Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery, the CBS All Access streaming series, will be released on Blu-ray and DVD in the United States on November 12, 2019, and will contain exclusive special features.
The DVD and Blu-ray editions, which are available now for preorder, will include all 14 episodes of the second season, along with over two hours of bonus features, as well as two episodes of Short Treks that are related to the Discovery Season 2 episodes “Runaway” featuring Ensign Sylvia Tilly and “The Brightest Star” featuring Commander Saru.
Marvel has no shortage of properties they can use to adapt for the big or small screen. Considering how popular television has become, it’s no surprise that the studio would want to have a piece of that market. Now we are getting our first look at two of their newest shows. The Inhumans, which was once a film that has now become a TV series, though that doesn’t mean it won’t be getting the film treatment as its pilot will debut in IMAX theaters. Runaways is the second show. While it won’t have anything as grand as The Inhumans, the show has already been picked up by Hulu, so that’s a very good sign. Check out the first images and a teaser for The Inhumans, below.
The cast for superhero shows have grown exponentially in the past week or so, with Fox’s untitled X-Men series adding Gotham‘s Jamie Chung as Blink, while Marvel’s Inhumans has cast Game of Thrones‘ Iwan Rheonas Maximus and Hell on Wheels‘ Anson Mount and Graceland‘s Serinda Swanas Black Bolt and Medusa.
Now you can add one more to the Inhumans cast. According to new reports, Lost alum and Star Wars: The Force Awakens actor Ken Leung will be joining Rheon, Mount, and Swan. More on the story below.
Two more leads have been cast for Marvel’s Inhumans, the upcoming live-action TV series.
Hell on Wheels star Anson Mount has been cast in the role of Black Bolt, the king of the Inhumans, while Graceland star Serinda Swan has been cast in the role of the Queen of the Inhumans, Medusa. The pair join Game of Thrones star Iwan Rheon, who was announced for the role of Black Bolt’s brother, Maximus, last week.