As a DC Guy I don't like to admit this...
Marvel is simply cleaning up. They are Pixar in tights and a cape really. With all the success they've had in film, they've started to move into television. First they moved into animation a few years ago and now they've taken their first step into live-action with "Marvel's Agents of Shield". Development is starting to gather steam on a possible adaptation of the Marvel One Shot short, "Agent Carter". Now, according to the trades they're about to go for a BIG expansion.
Deadline Hollywood says that Marvel is in the early stages of putting together a package of four television series and a mini-series totaling 60 episodes (presumably four series with 13 episodes each, and an 8 episode mini-series = 52) that it plans to take out to several media outlets. Netflix, Amazon and WGN America are the services being eyed for the pitch of the unnamed shows. Whoever does bite will be asked to carry the purchase of all four shows and the mini-series. No meetings have been scheduled yet as Marvel Television is reportedly packaging the projects and talent has yet to be finalized.
We have no idea which characters will be the focus of each/any of these shows but Marvel has thousands of characters to choose from (look how WDAS chose the little known group Big Hero 6). There are several characters that I believe would be great properties for small screen adaptation.
One group if characters that this type of project screams for is "The Runaways". It would almost play like a teenage version of "Supernatural" via superheroes in the place of paranormal. Another property that might make for an excellent transition to television is "Cloak & Dagger". The drama surrounding these two characters could provide a dark representation similar to something like "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". Lastly, a cult classic like "Power Pack" could provide an alternative to most of the Marvel programming audiences are used to seeing.
Not that I have any knowledge as to what shows they are trying to develop. This is just some friendly, unwanted I'm sure, advice. Oh , and if they want to hire me as a consultant just e-mail me.