Marvel Studios removed The Inhumans from their release schedule a while ago, and it was rumoured at the time that it had something to do with a divide between Kevin Feige and Isaac Perlmutter, the CEO in charge of Marvel Entertainment/Marvel Television. Since then, Feige has said that it could still happen, but we now know for sure that won’t be the case.

That’s because of an announcement from Marvel which confirms that The Inhumans will be released as a TV series on ABC next Fall. However, in a rather unique move, IMAX will co-finance the production and premiere the first two episodes for a fortnight in September.

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The plan is to shoot these two instalments entirely with IMAX digital cameras, so no expense is being spared for a show which sounds like it will be a step beyond Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and even The Defenders. There’s currently no word on the cast or director, but given the fact that this is only ten months or so away, expect more details to be revealed soon enough.

The press release also provides a brief synopsis for The Inhumans, promising that it will, “explore the never-before-told epic adventure of Black Bolt and the royal family.” These characters coming to the small screen is definitely significant, but it’s hard not to be at least a little disappointed that the characters won’t end up factoring into Marvel’s Phase 4 plans.