Hey there followers! Nuked here, and I’m excited to share something interesting with you. Marvel’s Secret Invasion series, which premieres on June 21st, sounds like it’s going to be quite the thrill ride.
Executive producer Jonathan Schwartz compared the series to John le Carré’s classic Cold War-era spy thrillers and recent shows such as The Americans and Homeland, saying that “We often see Nick Fury doing the right thing, but we don’t always see him doing it in a perfectly morally correct way.”
Set some time after Avengers: Endgame, the series follows Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) as he deals with a long-simmering issue involving shape-shifting Skrull refugees. According to Jackson, Fury’s inability to keep his word is a big part of what sets the story in motion.
The show will explore what happens when people don’t understand one another in a time of fear, which is an issue that is all too relevant today. With Gravik (Kingsley Ben-Adir) and G’iah (Emilia Clarke) leading the charge, Marvel might just have a hit on their hands with this one.