MCU: 5 Things The Ghost Rider TV Show MUST Include

Robbie Reyes is set to blaze onto television. Here is what his new show MUST include.

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After a lackluster third season, Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. managed to win back a good bit of the viewership with its fourth season, and a lot of that came form the addition of Robbie Reyes to the cast, otherwise known as the new Ghost Rider.

And it isn't hard to see why. AOS needed a good shakeup after the last really awesome shakeup in season 1, and especially after season 3 disappointed in returns. Adding in Ghost Rider was a great means of doing that, to the point that Robbie is now getting his own show on Hulu.

Now the only question is what to do with Robbie now that he's the headline act. His solo series ended after only 13 issues, so it's not like there are a ton of solo stories to choose from. While he's still kicking around (even forming a bromance with Ms. Marvel) this show needs something that truly capitalises on the character's premise.

Fortunately, the idea of Ghost Rider itself has been around long enough that Hulu have plenty of concepts to choose from.

It's been seven years since the Rider last graced the big screen, but with Gabriel Luna cementing Robbie Reyes as a true staple in Marvel's books, this new series could be the launchpad for the character to venture into bigger and better things.

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