7.1
2,041 votes
Marvel's Runaways

Marvel's Runaways

Hulu 2017

Every teenager thinks their parents are evil. What if you found out they actually were? Six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other must unite against a common foe – their parents.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Marvel's Runaways

Marvel's Runaways - S1E9

#1 - Doomsday

7.93

Season 1 - Episode 9

The Runaways are feeling more fractured than ever when Molly arrives with a devastating message from her parents. Now the kids have to stop their parents before it’s too late.

The episode was rated from 1522 votes.

Marvel's Runaways - S2E13

#2 - Split Up

7.88

Season 2 - Episode 13

Angry at his betrayal, the Runaways meet with Chase. He offers them a choice: surrender to PRIDE or face the consequences. As the kids attempt their escape, they’re separated and forced to survive against an enemy far more pernicious than they expected.

The episode was rated from 719 votes.

Marvel's Runaways - S1E10

#3 - Hostile

7.74

Season 1 - Episode 10

The Runaways face off with their parents. But when Jonah arrives unexpectedly with a new game plan, the kids realize they are in over their heads.

The episode was rated from 1432 votes.

Marvel's Runaways - S3E10

#4 - Cheat the Gallows

7.71

Season 3 - Episode 10

Two years after defeating Morgan, visitors from the future send the Runaways back through time to prevent their own murders and even save a friend thought lost forever.

The episode was rated from 396 votes.

Marvel's Runaways - S2E7

#5 - Last Rites

7.68

Season 2 - Episode 7

It’s time for the Runaways to stop Jonah, once and for all. But while the kids scramble to stall out Jonah’s plan, the parents unexpectedly arrive. Will PRIDE fight against their own kids or join their ranks against the powerful, and vengeful, Jonah?

The episode was rated from 746 votes.

Marvel's Runaways - S1E5
#6 - Kingdom
7.68
Season 1 - Episode 5

After their not-so-fearless leader is taken, our kids spring into action. Alex discovers long-buried secrets about his dad, as the kids uncover new truths about themselves.

The episode was rated from 1659 votes.
Marvel's Runaways - S3E9
#7 - The Broken Circle
7.67
Season 3 - Episode 9

The remaining PRIDE members unite with the kids to foil Morgan’s plans, but as a battle rages in the Hostel, one of the Runaways pays the ultimate price to defeat her.

The episode was rated from 395 votes.
Marvel's Runaways - S3E8
#8 - Devil's Torture Chamber
7.65
Season 3 - Episode 8

Nico convinces Cloak and Dagger to take the Runaways to the Dark Dimension to save Alex, but it’s Alex who ends up saving them all.

The episode was rated from 399 votes.
Marvel's Runaways - S3E4
#9 - Rite of Thunder
7.65
Season 3 - Episode 4

The kids search for Leslie and Alien Alex. Meanwhile, Leslie gives birth and Xavin fulfills her prophecy. The kids go head to head in a final battle against the aliens.

The episode was rated from 413 votes.
Marvel's Runaways - S1E8
#10 - Tsunami
7.63
Season 1 - Episode 8

PRIDE tries desperately to clean up their latest mess without involving Jonah. But can they handle this on their own?

The episode was rated from 1504 votes.

Last updated: jun 12, 2021

Comments

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oh my god you guys have no idea how gay the comic is. i really hope they dont leave it all behind

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Just watched the first two episodes, and am finding it hard to relate to these ultra rich 0.1% teens with first world problems and cardboard cutout parents. Implausible. Indeed all the characters seem to be predictable stereotypes so far, and it feels like every 3-6 minute scene could have been slashed to 20 or 30 seconds without loss of plot or art. And WTF is up with the opulent wealth that every character in this show is wallowing in. The world they portray of rich parents without real world problems (or day jobs apparently) frankly pisses me off. It's like the 99.9% of us who live in the middle and lower classes, and who actually must watch our money, don't exist. Rich ass white writers is what it smells like to me. Anyway, I'll give episode 3 ten minutes, but if something doesn't become relevant, interesting or believable soon, then I'm done.

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Saw the first episode at NYCC they made some changes but it very much feels like the comic come to life. I can't wait to see more of it!

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In the 70's, I used to watch crappy shows like "Wonder Woman", "6 million dollars man", "Hulk", "Buck Rogers", etc. Today, we have shows with great production quality, but really bad writing and storytelling. Just like this excruciating boring TV show.

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I have to say it every time, but never compare what you read to what you watch. The comics range from solid to superb and always get more creative than show producers ever care to risk for the screen. That said, as rabid of a Marvel fan that I am, I think the show kind of betrays the source material with too many hokey spots in the language. The parents undermine their villainy, and the kids come across as almost hopeless in their fleetingly small displays of powers. It consistently irks me when I can feel a show aiming for a specific age group and what the producers or writers think that group sounds like. They pull in all of the lazy cliches and simple arcs you'd train aspiring writers on if you never wanted competition. I'd rather have less TV shows and more examples of how alive these characters can feel, than weird mock-ups flapping their arms and moving their gums with the title and clothes, but none of the soul. Marvel usually takes its characters seriously or gives us depth. Save the corn and cheese for DC. It amazes me that such a large and example-ridden brand can be so hot and cold with whether they bother to build and respect the characters. The work's already been done for you. The second season distinguishes itself from the first in actually moving along and developing the plot. The use of powers is ratcheted up some, and the introduction of more seasoned actors, even briefly, rounds out what the younger players might not know how to bring to the screen. It's an enjoyable series, but I always return to the idea of whether or not I'm doing something else while it's on. I can play on my phone or draw a bath, and not really be missing anything. That's a sad point more than my haughty expectations, because like I said, I'm a rabid Marvel fan, and I want every adaptation to be sincerely spell-binding.

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IDK. i've watched 8 episodes during the holidays, off-trakt, and while i can tell there's supposed to be a central conflict with the kids splitting from their parents to achieve ... something, the tie-in with the marvel MCU is weak, and it suffers. You expect there to be a tie-in. It's in the LOGO. but, i doubt there's anything here. I'll binge 2 or 3 to catch up, eventually, but whatever idea they had to tie this into place, there's not enough actual story . It's way too CW, establishing teen drama and 5-way romance tetrapolygonal crushes. i'm disappointed in a different way to Inhumans, because it feels like i've wasted time watching the show. This reminds me too much of Gotham S1 or Vampire Diaries or CW junk. A series that promises a lot of spectacle and 'known' characters, that i sort of know. But i prefer watching Gotham, because new things can happen. eventually. There's not enough desire to come back each week. The story doesn't move forward, it stumbles into the next scene. The 'heroes' in this, are dumb. Unfortunately, so are the parents. i can't especially tell if the Mystery Box appeal of learning who the parents actually are, is even that bad. or good. If they could tie this into the parents actually being evil, rather than 'bad' in a certain light, i.e. their resident 'genius inventor' tony stark analogue tries to kidnap a homeless person, took the show in a strange direction and just as quickly it backed right off without any consequences that i doubt would happen in modern bel-air/beverly hills (sic.) when people are voracious with gossip and everyone has a camera. They tried, but it's so empty. So this is really keeping to a script or comic, and it's not going to get better or move along faster, unless the source does. Sigh. I don't really want to watch or research the source material book/comics or spinoffs for the characters, because, like Inhumans, it could get ... better ? different ?

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Meh, it's basically another teen drama, spiced with a tiny farts of magic stuff here and there and some weird religious backstory going on. Lands in the "filler" series category for me.

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Biggest pile of shit ever made right after PLL...

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Not even Elizabeth Hurley could save this show...Gets worst every season.

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Loved every minute of it...cant wait for season 2 and hopefully they contact with more marvel characters

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