Josh Duhamel’s New Netflix Series, ‘Jupiter’s Legacy,’ Is a Must-Watch—Here’s Everything We Know

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Need something to look forward to? Feast your eyes on this all-new Netflix series, Jupiter’s Legacy, which stars Josh Duhamel as a badass superhero. To you hold you over until the premiere, we compiled a list of everything you need to know about Jupiter’s Legacy. Keep scrolling for details.

1. What is 'Jupiter's Legacy' about?

Jupiter’s Legacy is a superhero show that spans several decades. The story (which is based on the comic book series by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely) follows the world’s first superheroes.

The problem? Things have drastically changed since they first received their powers back in the ’30s. And now, their children are trying (and failing) to live up to their greatness.

2. When does it premiere?

The eight-episode series will premiere on Friday, May 7. Jupiter’s Legacy will be exclusively available on Netflix, so keep an eye out on the homepage for updates.

3. Who’s in 'Jupiter's Legacy'?

Jupiter’s Legacy stars Josh Duhamel (Sheldon/The Utopian), Leslie Bibb (Grace/Lady Liberty), Ben Daniels (Walter/Brainwave), Andrew Horton (Brandon/Paragon), Mike Wade (Fitz/The Flare), Matt Lanter (George/Sky Fox) and Elena Kampouris (Chloe). Other cast members include Tenika Davis (Petra), Anna Akana (Raikou), Tyler Mane (Blackstar) and Chase Tang (Baryon).

4. Is there a trailer?

Absolutely (see above). However, we must warn that it doesn’t give too much away. The Netflix teaser shows a series of visual graphics, along with a voiceover: “One day, you’re gonna be stronger than anyone else in the world. Every evil you can imagine is gonna rise up against mankind. And not for justice—for vengeance. You’re gonna be the future.”

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