When it comes to young heroes making big waves in the world, sometimes they are overlooked. Marvel aims to change that with their new Disney+ series, Marvel Hero Project airing November 12th, 2019.
The unscripted series with start with 20 episodes for the first season, with new episodes airing every Friday. The first episode in the season features a pretty amazing young lady that I have been following since she was a little girl, Jordan Reeves. Jordan is an awe-inspiring inventor of Project Unicorn and she advocates for those with disabilities. Check out the first look of her story.
Good luck getting through an episode without crying. These kids deserve all the recognition for dreaming big and being unapologetic for it!
In life, it doesn’t take wearing a suit of iron, carrying a mythical hammer or swinging from spider webs to be a real hero. Sometimes the person who can make a positive difference in the world is the person who simply sees a problem and has the passion to find a creative solution. And in Marvel’s Hero Project, the new Disney+ series, those people are kids. Like the girl who helps loved ones with Alzheimer’s make connections through puzzles or a boy who grows an urban garden to feed the hungry, despite his own family’s financial hardships. The first non-scripted reality series from Marvel Entertainment takes an up-close and personal look at the lives of twenty amazing kids from across the country, each of whom is doing remarkable things to help his or her community. Each week, Marvel surprises these young heroes, who have dedicated themselves to performing selfless acts of bravery, kindness, and betterment, by welcoming them into Marvel’s Hero Project, inspiring viewers of all ages.
Marvel’s Hero Project is produced by Marvel New Media in partnership with MaggieVision Productions. The series is executive produced by Sana Amanat, Sarah Amos, Joe Quesada, Shane Rahmani, Stephen Wacker and Liza Wyles for Marvel and Maura Mandt and John Hirsch for MaggieVision.