"Runaways" is an American television series directed by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage.
The starring cast includes Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela Barer, Gregg Sulkin, Allegra Acosta, Angel Parker, Ryan Sands, Annie Wersching, Kip Pardue and others.

Here are "Runaways" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Runaways TV series?

Marvel Entertainment on Monday, November 18, 2019 released the trailer for "Runaways" you can watch here:
Marvel's Runaways Season 3 | Full Trailer.

Plot summary

What is Runaways TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Runaways" TV series plot summary.

Six teenagers from different backgrounds unite against a common enemy - their criminal parents, who collectively run an organization called Pride. In the second season, the teenagers are now on the run from their parents, living on their own and figuring out how to stop Pride. The third season sees Nico Minoru (Lyrica Okano) and the other members of the team face off against Morgan le Fay (Elizabeth Hurley).


Who plays who in the Runaways TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Runaways" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Rhenzy Feliz  as Alex Wilder A nerd
Lyrica Okano  as Nico Minoru A Wiccan
Virginia Gardner  as Karolina Dean A human-alien hybrid burdened by her religious upbringing
Ariela Barer  as Gertrude Yorkes A riot grrrl, social activist, and a member of the Runaways
Gregg Sulkin  as Chase Stein A high school lacrosse player
Allegra Acosta  as Molly Hayes Hernandez The youngest member of the Runaways
Angel Parker  as Catherine Wilder Alex's mother, a successful lawyer, and a member of Pride
Ryan Sands  as Geoffrey Wilder Alex's father and a self-made business man
Annie Wersching  as Leslie Ellerh Dean Karolina's mother, one of the leaders of the cult-like religious group, the Church of Gibborim, and a member of Pride
Kip Pardue  as Frank Dean Karolina's father, a former teen star
Ever Carradine  as Janet Stein Chase's mother
James Marsters  as Victor Stein Chase's father, an engineering genius and a member of Pride
Brigid Brannagh  as Stacey Yorkes Gert's mother, a bioengineer, and a member of Pride
Kevin Weisman  as Dale Yorkes Gert's father, a bioengineer, and a member of Pride
Brittany Ishibashi  as Tina Minoru Nico's mother
James Yaegashi  as Robert Minoru Nico's father and a member of Pride
Julian McMahon  as Jonah Karolina's biological father, a member of the alien race known as the Gibborim
Clarissa Thibeaux  as Xavin A shape shifting alien
Danielle Campbell  as Eiffel A girl
Heather Olt  as Frances A member of the Church of Gibborim
DeVaughn Nixon  as Darius Davis An old associate of Geoffrey's
Cody Mayo  as Vaughn Kaye Leslie Dean's assistant at the Church of Gibborim
Ozioma Akagha  as Tamar Davis Darius' wife
Alex Fernandez  as Detective Flores
Ajiona Alexus  as Livvie Darius' sister-in-law and Alex's love interest
Myles Bullock  as Anthony "AWOL" Wall Flores' corrupt partner
Elizabeth Hurley  as Morgan le Fay A powerful sorceress of the Dark Dimension
Helen Madelyn Kim  as Megan A millennial employee at Pride
Zayne Emory  as Brandon A member of Chase's lacrosse team
Nicole Wolf  as Destiny Gonzalez A young woman
Timothy Granaderos  as Lucas A member of Chase's lacrosse team
Amanda Suk  as Amy Minoru Nico's sister, Alex's best friend and Tina and Robert's daughter
Nathan Davis Jr.  as Andre An associate of Darius'
Ryan Doom  as Alphona Chase's lacrosse coach
Cooper Mothersbaugh  as a supporter of Gert's club
Carmen Serano  as Alice Hernandez A geologist
Kimmy Shields  as a supporter of Gert's club
Marlene Forte  as Graciela Aguirre A distant relative of Molly's
Ryan Dorsey  as Mike on a Bike
Jan Luis Castellanos  as Topher A mysterious street kid with super strength
Anjelika Washington  as a supporter of Gert's club
Jorge Diaz  as Earl A friendly social activist that Gert befriends
Kathleen Quinlan  as Susan Ellerh A member of the Church of Gibborim and Leslie's mother
Damien Diaz  as Oscar Gonzalez Destiny's brother
Emily Alabi  as Cassandra A member of Morgan le Fey's coven of witches
Anjali Bhimani  as Mita Nansari An employee at WIZARD
Efrain Figueroa  as Joseph Topher's father
John Ales  as Quinton the Great A once great magician and the original owner of the Hostel
Brie Carter  as Mary A millennial employee at Pride
Rose Portillo  as Eileen Topher's mother
Olivia Holt  as Tandy Bowen / Dagger A teenager with the ability to emit light daggers that can inflict bodily pain, dazzle, and purge addictions from her targets from a distance
Martin Martinez  as Bodhi A member of the renovated Church of Gibborim
Aubrey Joseph  as Tyrone Johnson / Cloak A teenager with the ability to generate and engulf others in shadow and transport them to the Dark Dimension
Kara Royster  as Wendy A millennial employee at Pride
Claudia Sulewski  as Julie Karolina's girlfriend from an alternate future
Elliot Fletcher  as Max An unfortunate WIZARD intern
Marilyn Tokuda  as Akari Minoru Tina's mother and Nico's grandmother
Minae Noji  as Tokiko Minoru Tina's sister and Nico's aunt
Elayn J. Taylor  as Nana B Darius' mother and Tamar's mother-in-law
Brianna Ishibashi  as Judith Minoru Tina's sister and Nico's aunt
Granville Ames  as Curtis Stein Victor's father and Chase's grandfather
Patricia Lentz  as Aura
Ric Sarabia  as Mysterious Man
Scarlett Hefner  as Bronwyn
Devan Long  as Kincaid
Coleen Sullivan  as Reporter
Evelyn Angelos  as Young Molly
Nathan Sutton  as David Ellerh
Devin Kawaoka  as Nurse
Stephen Oyoung  as Mitch
Jeff Witzke  as Carl
Ashley Wigfield  as Jules
Christian Calloway  as Murray
Charlie Charbonneau  as D-Bag Deal Maker
Diana Tanaka  as Ms. Tezuka
ChaCha Shen  as Young Amy
Connor Falk  as Young Chase
Mark Adair-Rios  as Walter
Larry Miller  as Phil
Stan Lee  as Driver
Cris D'Annunzio  as Priest
Aaron Anastasi  as Security Guard
Jeremiah Birkett  as Londell Kendricks
Michelle N. Carter  as Nurse
Anika Vaughn  as Initiate
Chase Ellison  as GrubMates Guy
Susan Papa  as Ultra Sound Technician
Akaash Yadav  as Clerk
Dinora Walcott  as Nurse
Milan Carter  as Worker 1
Lisa Linke  as Nurse Nightmare
Kate Mines  as Vendor
Nathan People  as Jason
Jamal Dennis  as Security Guard
Keisuke Hoashi  as Mr. Kwan
Dan Sanders-Joyce  as Engineer
Shelly Das  as Officer #1
Sharon Ferguson  as Cashier
A.J. Rivera  as Worker 2
Tim Halling  as Guard
Derek Luh  as Brayden
Joey Abril  as Little Creeper
Lazarus Guidry  as Darius' Driver
Rina Hoshino  as Server
Josh Pafchek  as Brooks
Bobby Foley  as Officer #2
Jon Schaefer  as Pimp
Sara Van Horn  as Homeless Woman
Dizzie Harris  as Leader
Lauri Hendler  as Mediator
Sorel Carradine  as Young Janet
Vladimir Caamaño  as Gene Hernandez A geologist
Greg Collins  as Howard
Cesar Garcia  as Big Creeper
Ashley Gibson  as Patron
Veronica Diaz Carranza  as Sofia
Mary Elaine Ramsey  as Woman
Christian Torres Villalobos  as Customer #1
Shondalia White  as Millennial Emma
Beth Hawkes  as Nurse
Rob Parks  as Buzzcom Reporter
Soraya Kelley  as Parishioner
Tim Pocock  as Young Victor
Peggy Lu  as Customer #2
Mia Topalian  as Leslie Ellerh
Rachel Gage  as Brianna
Tom Proctor  as Survivor 2
Ross Crain  as Head Guard
Lindsey Hutchison  as Attorney #1
Chris Lowe  as Guard
Allison Beteta  as Molly Cast Double
Ali Kinkade  as Survivor 3
Larry Cedar  as Preacher
Kamar Elliott  as Attorney #2
Robert Okumu  as Eldridge
Biz Betzing  as Karolina Cast Double
Grant Jordan  as Gil
Archana Rajan  as Megan
Portia Bartley  as Teenage Neighbor
Josh Plasse  as Stu
Courtney Kato  as Nico Cast Double
Giovanni Ripa  as Barista
Matthew Salisbury  as Lyft Driver
Roy Vongtama  as Doctor
Paul Lacovara  as Carjacked Driver
Tyler Lofton  as Alex Cast Double
Michael Christian Alexander  as Desk Sergeant
Tina Martin  as Calvin's Daughter
Laura Keller  as Coordinator
Nathan Varnson  as Chase Cast Double
Cody Kennedy  as Streetwalker
Christopher Myers  as Calvin's Son
Evan Seidlitz  as Furry Bear
Ian Stack  as Cop #1
Robert Van Guelpen  as Customer
Amy Waller  as Lisbeth
Joseph Piccuirro  as Guard
Diane Mizota  as News Reporter
Marken Greenwood  as Mother
Genesis Ochoa  as Receptionist
Alexa Marie Anderson  as Young Frances
Sarah Ann Vail  as Young Aura
Charlie Townsend  as Toddler Leslie Ellerh
Julian Edwards  as Ailing Boy


What are Runaways filming details?

"Runaways" series are produced by ABC Signature Studios, Hulu, Marvel Television and Fake Empire Productions.

The average duration of each episode is 43 - 54 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Runaways TV series?

"Runaways" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7/10.

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