Marvel’s Inhumans premieres tomorrow on ABC. Moh also plays a recurring role as Steve Cho, the PR executive for Empire. He is also well-known in the Capcom gaming world as “Ryu” in the game Street Fighter.
The Inhumans series is based on long-running comic book characters. It tells the story of a secluded race of beings with enhanced powers. The Sept. 29 debut is the first of eight episodes. Moh’s green-skinned “Triton” has the ability to breathe underwater and survive cold temperatures and the pressure of the deep.
The trailer for the show featured leader Maximus (Iwan Rheon) attempting to take over the throne from his brother, king Black Bolt (Anson Mount), as his long-haired queen Medusa (Serinda Swan) and the royal court, including Gorgon (Eme Ikwuakor), Karnak (Ken Leung) and Crystal (Isabelle Cornish) try to stop him.
The war starts in their universe of Attilan, but then they bring it to Earth — Hawaii, to be specific — after a military coup. The series tells their story about their conflict, as well as their interactions with the people of Earth.
The series also stars Ellen Woglom and Sonya Balmores. Roel Reine serves as the director and Scott Buck is the showrunner.
Marvel’s Inhumans debuted the first chapter of the series on September 1 on Imax screens. It is the first live-action television series to do so. The theatrical run was scheduled for two weeks, ahead of the series’ premiere.