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With Cloak And Dagger already renewed for season three, there are many comic book stories to pull from, but these would translate well to TV.
A complete Marvel TV timeline shows that the many series are out of order - and that has big implications for Captain America: Civil War.
The season 2 finale of Freeform's Cloak & Dagger may tease the long-awaited crossover with Hulu's Runaways is on the horizon. Here's what happened.
The penultimate episode of Cloak & Dagger season 2 includes a major reference to Luke Cage, which helps place the series in the MCU timeline.
Cloak & Dagger returned for its first episode since Avengers: Endgame hit theaters and completely ignores the MCU movie - but in an interesting way.
Cloak and Dagger is filled to the brim with Easter eggs, hidden details, and foreshadowing only true fans would notice.
Screen Rant had the opportunity to interview Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph about their Cloak and Dagger characters ahead of season 2's premiere.
Screen Rant had the opportunity to interview Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb at WonderCon 2019 about Freeform's Cloak and Dagger season 2.
Screen Rant had the opportunity to interview Cloak and Dagger series creator and producer Joe Pokaski at WonderCon 2019, ahead of season 2.
Marvel's Cloak & Dagger season 2 will return on April 4. Here's a recap of everything you need to know before it airs on Freeform.
Cloak & Dagger star Aubrey Joseph reveals that there's an eight-month time jump between seasons 1 and 2, giving Cloak the time to train.
WonderCon 2019 will screen the Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 premiere ahead of its air date. Plus, Legion and Cloak & Dagger have panels.
The first trailer for Cloak & Dagger season 2 teases Tandy (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone (Aubrey Johnson) becoming heroes and fighting Mayhem.
Freeform officially announces that Cloak & Dagger season 2 will premiere on April 4 - and Mayhem is coming to terrorize Tandy and Tyrone.
What were the most popular superhero TV shows of 2018? Screen Rant can exclusively reveal just how the Marvel and DC series compared.
Two teenagers from very different backgrounds, who find themselves burdened and awakened to newly acquired superpowers while falling in love.