Each of the scripted series will be 10 episodes long. In turn, the first four will focus on Wolverine, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Star-Lord, with the fifth and final series seeing the four superheroes teaming up. As for what else you can expect from the company, Marvel says one highlight will be a regular talk show series that will feature celebrity interviews. The two companies also plan to host themed live events as part of the multi-year partnership.
Once the series launch, SiriusXM subscribers will be able to listen to them on any device that supports the platform, including the Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Sonos speakers. If you don't have a SiriusXM subscription, they'll also be available to listen to on the Pandora mobile app for both paid and free users.
If the quality of Marvel's Wolverine: The Long Night podcast is any indication of what fans can expect from the company's new slate of audio productions, then they're in for a treat. The Long Night was a slick production that featured Castlevania's Richard Armitage voicing Wolverine. If you've already listened to The Long Night, Marvel's latest podcast, Marvels, is set to premiere this fall.