TV News: Avengers, Lost, Soundtrack, Beat, Flipped

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Marvel Future Avengers
“Marvel Future Avengers,” an anime series that originally aired in Japan in 2017 and ran for two seasons, is set to make its Disney+ debut with the first season hitting the service on February 28th.

The series follows three genetically modified teenagers who have been raised by Hydra to believe that they are the heroes and the Avengers are villains. It’s not clear if this will be released with an English dub or if it will be the original Japanese audio with English subtitles. [Source: ANN]

The Lost Boys
The CW has handed out a second formal order for a series reboot of the 1987 film “The Lost Boys”. The network previously ordered one last season before ultimately passing, and then deciding to redevelop. None of the cast members from the first pilot are attached to the new version. [Source: Variety]

Soundtrack
Netflix has cancelled the musical drama “Soundtrack” after one season. The romantic musical drama series had originally been set up as a pilot at Fox before moving to the streamer with a series order. It followed a diverse, disparate group of people in contemporary Los Angeles through the music that lives inside their hearts and minds. The first and now only season debuted on December 18th. [Source: THR]

Beat Shazam
FOX’s game show “Beat Shazam” has been picked up for a fourth season with Jamie Foxx to return as host and executive producer. His daughter Corinne will also return as the show’s deejay. The series averaged 3.2 million viewers per episode in multi-platform viewing in its third season and continues FOX’s push into unscripted series following the success of “The Masked Singer”. [Source: Variety]

Flipped
The first trailer has been released for the Will Forte and Kaitlin Olson-led Quibi comedy series “Flipped”. The story finds self-proclaimed home renovation ‘experts’ stumbling onto a cartel stash house. The clueless pair end up in the clutches of drug dealers and must design their way out of the scary situation. Eva Longoria, Arturo Castro and Andy Garcia also star.