The sequel to the 2018 Best Animated Feature Oscar winner hits theaters this June.
"The Lost City" and "John Wick 4" scribe Oren Uziel is behind the upcoming series, co-developed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
Glover previously played a different role in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," and was a popular fancast for the character.
Daniel Kaluuya, Oscar Isaac, Jason Schwartzman, and Issa Rae join the sequel to 2018's Oscar-winning animated film.
The first show under the new deal is "Silk: Spider Society," based on the comic book character Cindy Moon.
Kemp Powers tells IndieWire: "[Lord and Miller] are not satisfied with satisfactory, and push you to make things better and funnier."
Schwartzman is among the 240 new characters featured in the Spidey sequel alongside Oscar Isaac and Issa Rae.
Raimi loves Tom Holland's take on the character, but would only direct a fourth "Spider-Man" movie with his original muse.
The director said his biggest regret about the scrapped film was "the really great cameo we had designed for Bruce Campbell."
And Raimi isn't counting out a "Spider-Man" reunion with Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst, either.
"You want to know what happened? Voters looked at the list and saw the names Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep and they checked the box."
"It felt like I was part of organizing a surprise birthday party for a bunch of people who would appreciate it," Andrew Garfield said of concealing his Spidey cameo.
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