Spider-Man Creator Stan Lee Gets Green Light for History Channel Show

May 4, 2010  •  Post A Comment

History has given the greenlight to a series hosted by comic book icon Stan Lee,  the Hollywood Reporter reports.

Called "Stan Lee’s Superhumans," the series will debut in the third quarter. The show will track down people with unusual abilities explained by genetic differences, such as Lee’s co-host, Daniel Browning Smith, who is called the world’s most flexible man.

Other new History Channel shows, to be previewed this week during History’s Upfront presentation to advertisers,  include "Swamp People," a docudrama about Cajuns in Louisiana, and "Vigilante Inspector," which follows a pair inspecting old infrastructure such as highways and bridges.


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