Where to watch Marvel’s The Runaways online in Australia

Olivia Harris 12 October 2017 NEWS

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When your parents are evil supervillains, the only thing to do is run away and save the world in secret or face getting grounded at home.

Runaways is a new series in the Marvel cinematic universe where powered individuals are becoming the norm in civilization. A group of teens discovers that their parents are super-villains in disguise, members of an evil group called The Pride, after witnessing them sacrifice a young woman. The six young teens aim to group up and fight their parents with their own powers and make amends for the evil their parents have caused. Along the way, they try and discover the secret behind their origins and powers.

Up until now, Runaways has been unavailable to stream in Australia without the use of a VPN. Now, Marvel fans can stream the angst-driven drama on Foxtel Now (starting 20 February 2018) using Foxtel Now's Pop pack.

Season One

Released 2017

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