The “Inhumans” movie did not get the chance to be executed but many are glad the said film will be coming to small screens as a TV Series in September. Marvel is set to showcase a new corner of their massive universe, featuring super-powered members who - in the comics - live on the moon.

On the other hand, there are speculations the series will possibly connect with the upcoming season of “Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..” According to Den of Geek, viewers have seen the first TV spin-off in S.H.I.E.L.D. As the report pointed out, Agent Daisy (Chloe Bennet) has Inhuman powers.

Early on in "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," she obtained earthquake-based super powers after being exposed from a Terrigen mist. Lots of people followed her steps, which led to a bigger race of Inhumans.

The Real ‘Inhumans’

As per the earlier source, the TV series will enlighten the viewers about things that originally point towards the original Inhumans. First, they are a different breed and are all about the ancient ones. Meanwhile, the Royal family of the race has seeded Earth with their genes before finally moving to the moon.

"We have seen ‘nuhumans’ on “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” but this is completely different," showrunner Scott Buck revealed. As he continues to be true to the material source, he discussed that the Inhumans in the upcoming show are those who know who they really are and the importance of their abilities.

Moreover, they consider the Terrigen ceremony as the holiest and the most important ritual in their civilization.

While “Nuhumans” who inhabit earth is a distant relative to the characters in the “Inhumans” TV series, they do not seem to have any idea about what is really going on.

Will Agent Daisy be the key for a crossover?

We are looking forward to the potential encounter between Agent Daisy and her Inhuman forerunners as they return to Earth.

In the end, it is a relief that showrunner Buck managed to explain the connection between the two Marvel shows.

Furthermore, the release date of the initial chapter will first arrive in IMAX theaters on Sept. 1. The official airing on ABC network will be on Sept. 29. People do not have to worry if they cannot catch up in cinemas as the series will begin airing on TV with the premiere episodes.

As for “Agents of SHIELD,” no word has come out yet from their team about a possible crossover. “Inhumans” is set to feature the following stars: Anson Mount as Black Bolt, Iwan Rheon as Black Bolt’s younger brother Maximus, Ken Leung as Karnak, and Serinda Swan as Medusa. Stay tuned for more updates of the upcoming ABC series!