Cloak & Dagger (2018– )
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Two teenagers from different backgrounds awaken to discover they have acquired superpowers and have become mysteriously linked.


Bill Mantlo (based on the Marvel comics by), Ed Hannigan (based on the Marvel comics by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Olivia Holt ... Tandy Bowen / Dagger
Aubrey Joseph ... Tyrone Johnson / Cloak
Gloria Reuben ... Adina Johnson
Andrea Roth ... Melissa Bowen
J.D. Evermore ... Detective Connors
Miles Mussenden ... Otis Johnson
Carl Lundstedt ... Liam Walsh
Marqus Clae Marqus Clae ... Billy
Mike Donovan ... Rick
Douglas M. Griffin ... Chief Watts
Wayne Pére ... Peter Scarborough (as Wayne Péré)
Maceo Smedley ... Young Tyrone (as Maceo Smedley III)
Al Vicente ... Trip
Catherine Ashton Catherine Ashton ... Miss Ainsley
Deric Augustine ... Rockwell


Two teenagers from different backgrounds awaken to discover they have acquired superpowers and have become mysteriously linked.

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Release Date:

7 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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New Orleans, Louisiana, USA See more »

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Familiar ground, but worth the lengthy intro
22 June 2018 | by mgyukeriSee all my reviews

Given the central conceit of the superhero duo in the comics (that Tandy and Tyrone cannot survive without each other), it's frustrating to see the characters kept at arms length for the two-part pilot episode. It's a solid pilot, and the narrative beats make sense for an origin story, but it's superhero fatigue that makes getting through the exposition so cumbersome. It's a lot like Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man-totally serviceable and surprisingly well-produced, there are just a lot of narrative beats we've seen before. There's payoff in pretty much every following episode, so it's definitely worth sticking through.

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