Hulu is looking to keep two of its newest series around.
The streaming giant has handed out renewals to Marvel's Runaways and Future Man.
Both shows have been well received by both viewers and critics, so the news is unsurprising.
Marvel's Runaways follows a group of teenagers who learn that their parents have been lying to them about their involvement in a string of disappearances.
Armed with the truth, the kids try to find a way to make sense of the fact they've been lied to their entire lives.
On top of that, they are forced to deal with mysterious powers that seem to be awakening inside of them.
The series hails from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage who brought The OC to the air back in 2003.
The talented cast includes the likes of Rhenzy Feliz, Virginia Gardner, Gregg Sulkin, Annie Wersching, James Marsters and Julian McMahon.
Marvel's Runaways Season 1 comes to a close on Tuesday, and the episode will pit PRIDE against progeny for one final battle as big secrets are revealed.
Meanwhile, Future Man launched on Hulu back in November, but the network opted to debut all of the episodes at once.
It follows a janitor who is called upon to save the human race when it emerges that the video game he has been playing is used to recruit the most talented individuals.
With a cast that boasts the likes of Josh Hutcherson, Eliza Coupe, and Derek Wilson, the series immediately struck a chord because of the fast-paced storytelling and the convincing performances from the cast.
It's unclear whether the shows will return in 2018, or if they will debut next year.
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