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‘Helstrom’ trailer shows demonic threats at our door

The Helstrom’s manage family drama and other worldly threats.

During Comic-Con@Home, we received a teaser for the upcoming Marvel horror series, Helstrom. With the show set to arrive less than a month from now, Hulu released an official trailer providing a glimpse into the more ominous and supernatural elements of the MCU.

If you thought your family had issues, wait until you see the Helstrom dynamic. Both children have infernal superpowers, the mom is possessed and the father was a serial killer. The story follows the siblings, Daimon and Ana, as they hunt the worst in humanity. Much like other Marvel TV series that appeared on streaming services, Helstrom seems to have a darker and grittier tone compared to the films.

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All ten episodes of Helstrom will be released Friday, October 16, on Hulu. It stars Tom Austen, Sydney Lemmon, Elizabeth Marvel, Robert Wisdom, June Carryl, Arianna Guerra, and Alain Uy in the main cast.

With Black Widow postponed until next year and no definite release date for WandaVision, the series is one of the few chances to see new MCU content in 2020.

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