UPDATE: A.K.A. Jessica Jones And The Hulk Set To Debut As Early As Next Year!

UPDATE: A.K.A. Jessica Jones And The Hulk Set To Debut As Early As Next Year!

<font color= red>UPDATE:</font> <i>A.K.A. Jessica Jones</i> And <i>The Hulk</i> Set To Debut As Early As Next Year!

ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee has revealed that both A.K.A. Jessica Jones and The Hulk are currently being worked on in preparation to air next pilot season! Hit the jump for more...



Talking at 'The Television Critics Association', ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee offered an update on the status on the small screen adaptations of Marvel comic book characters, Jessica Jones and the Hulk. Thanks to The Wrap for the following excerpt. I'll be sure to update the article with further information about the upcoming series' if and when it becomes available.

ABC is redeveloping the Marc Cherry pilot "Hallelujiah" and is working on the Marvel Comics-inspired shows "A.K.A. Jessica Jones" and "The Hulk" with an eye toward next pilot season, ABC entertainment president Paul Lee said Sunday.


UPDATE: Thanks to a heads up from CBM's own RorMachine, here are a few quotes from Lee, posted over at IGN TV. Be sure to head on over to that site by clicking the link to hear even more from him.

"We're extremely excited by having Marvel in the fold. We've developing aggressively both AKA Jessica Jones (based on the Brian Michael Bendis comic book series, Alias) and The Hulk. Hopefully we'll have two very good choices to look at around the pilot season next year. Family entertainment, Hulk is a classic example of it. You remember No Ordinary Family wasn't our best moment and yet it was the highest co-viewing show of the year. So I absolutely think there's room. I think Charlie's Angels is an example of it. I think Last Man Standing is an example of It, for great family entertainment. And that's a sort of wider band around our central target."







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