Hulu and Marvel TV’s Helstrom Adds David Meunier
The television actor has officially joined the upcoming hellish series.
By Chris Morse
The upcoming Helstrom series from Marvel TV and Hulu has found another recurring presence in David Meunier, Deadline reports. The television actor has appeared in shows such as Damien and Lucifer. For this series, he will play the part of Finn Miller, a member of a secret organization that handles work not for the faint of heart.
Helstrom is a series with close ties to the Ghost Rider franchise. It follows Daimon, aka the Son of Satan, and Ana Helstrom, the offspring of a mysterious serial killer, as they work to track down the worst of humanity. Daimon’s character first appeared in the debut issue of Ghost Rider Vol 2 back in 1972, while Ana’s (also known as Satana in the comics) was introduced in Vampire Tales. Paul Zbyszewski is attached to this project as showrunner and executive producer.
Elizabeth Marvel (Homeland, Gifted) will play the long-institutionalized serial killer, Victoria Helstrom. The character’s offspring, Daimon and Ana Helstrom, will take the lead in this story and will be played by Tom Austen (The Royals) and Sydney Lemmon (Fear the Walking Dead, Succession), respectively.
The cast also includes Robert Wisdom (The Dark Knight Rises), June Carryl (Mindhunter), Ariana Guerra (Five Feet Apart), Alain Uy (True Detective), Daniel Cudmore (X-Men films, Twilight series), and David Meunier (Damien, Lucifer).
The series is set to hit Hulu sometime in 2020 with a ten-episode debut season. Stick around with us on Dead Entertainment for all the latest news and updates ahead.
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