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Hulu’s Animated MODOK Series Canceled After One Season

Hulu cancels the stop-motion animated M.O.D.O.K. series, which aired in 2021 and was developed by Patton Oswalt and Jordan Blum, after one season.

Hulu has actually canceled its stop-motion animated M.O.D.O.K. series after one season.

According to Range, the Marvel stop-motion animated M.O.D.O.K. series has actually been canceled after one season. The ten-episode season at first aired on Hulu in Might 2021 and starred Patton Oswalt as the titular MODOK character, which means Psychological Organism Designed Just for Eliminating.

The program followed the Marvel bad guy as he tries to take control of the world with his innovative state-of-the-art weapons, all while he attempts to get in touch with his kids and handle a collapsing marital relationship. Throughout the middle of the chaos, MODOK likewise has regular encounters with Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and is required to handle outdoors forces trying to take control of his criminal company. The season ends with an alternate variation of MODOK taking the character into a future where MODOK’s strategies of world dominance succeeded. Not wishing to leave his household, MODOK promises to return in time and conserve them from passing away so he can genuinely “have it all.”


Together With Oswalt, M.O.D.O.K. included singing work from Ben Schwartz, Aimee Garcia, Melissa Fumero, Jon Daly, Sam Richardson, Jon Hamm and others. The series was developed by Oswalt and Jordan Blum, who likewise worked as executive manufacturers. The series’ stop-motion was offered by Stoopid Pal Stoodios.

M.O.D.O.K. was among 4 animated Marvel shows revealed for Hulu in 2019 as a group of series that were planned to result in a crossover unique, The Wrongdoers. Other entries consisted of Hit-Monkey, Howard the Duck and Tigra and Dazzler. The very first season of Hit-Monkey introduced in November 2021 and includes singing skill from Fred Tatasciore, Jason Sudeikis, Olivia Munn, George Takei and others. The program has actually not yet been restored for a 2nd season, while Howard the Duck and Tigra and Dazzler never ever made it to air.

MODOK has a long history in Marvel comics, initially appearing in 1967’s Tales of Thriller #93. Produced by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the character goes through a surgical medical experiment to increase his intelligence. The experiment leads to MODOK having an unusually big head, needing him to utilize a specially-made hoverchair for movement. MODOK later on eliminates his developers and takes control of the corporation that developed him, Advanced Concept Mechanics (A.I.M.). He’s worked as a villain to a variety of Marvel heroes throughout the years, consisting of Captain America, the Unbelievable Hulk, Iron Male and more.

Source: Range

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