After the massive success of a new superhero, Doctor Strange in the box office, Marvel, and ABC television announced their next project "Inhumans" and partnership with IMAX. 

"Inhumans" is basically a group of superheroes, each with their own unique power. It was created in 1965 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, chief writers of Marvel Comics.  

The excitement of Marvel's fans is growing day by day and the TV adaption of Inhumans promises them with never-before-told epic adventures of Black Bolt and their royal family in 

The total number of planned episodes for Inhumans will be 8, but the first two episodes are being filmed for viewing in IMAX, which is scheduled to be released on September 2017 in IMAX theaters.  

Actually, Inhumans had been part of Marvel's feature film slate slotted for premiere in 2019. This feature project was later scrapped from Marvel's slate.

Moreover, Inhumans has already been established on Marvel's Agent S.H.I.E.L.D. Now the actual story line of Inhumans goes like this: they are led by their king, Black Bolt, and his Royal Family, consisting of Medusa, Karnak, Gorgon, Triton, Crystal, Maximus the Mad, and the canine Lockjaw. 

Both Crystal and Medusa have been members of the Fantastic Four; Crystal has been appearing on Marvel's Avengers as well.

In April, Marvel Studio's Kevin Fledge has announced that Inhumans will likely be delayed for Indiana Jones 5, which is coming out on July 19, 2019.

Marvel Television President Don Buckley said that ''we are happy to see the unique deal come together, working with our partners''. Everybody in the production team hopes that this deal also provides the audience with high quality.

Here's another surprise for MCU fans: Vin Diesel, who voiced Groot in the Guardians of the Galaxy films, has been a fan favorite to play Black Bolt in Inhumans. Fans should watch out for further developments, as there's a fairly good chance that Diesel will actually become part of the series' official cast.