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Marvel Studios‘ most ambitious and recent project has been…less than successful.
Far from the billion dollars earning movies, and award-winning Netflix series, the studios’ Inhumans series has been met with harsh criticisms and underwhelming reviews.
And it’s become so bad, that some fans have wondered if the Inhumans series has been cancelled.
Well, if Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Ming-Na Wen’s comments at the recent Heroes and Villains Fan Fest in San Jose are anything to go by, we may have an answer.
Granted, not an answer that is official, or was even said flat-out, but surely someone working in a series that is based in the same universe as the Inhumans would be privy to certain information?
In the Q&A session, Wen was asked about the possibility of a crossover between Agents and Inhumans whilst Wen was trying to make a phone call to co-star Brett Dalton.
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“I think that show got -” before stopping herself mid-sentence amidst laughter from the audience, which Wen concluded with, “Maybe I can’t multitask!”
Maybe not Ming-Na, maybe not.
Marvel Studio‘s Inhumans premiered its first two episodes in IMAX cinemas up and down the country before making its way to Sky ONE for the remainder of the series.
However, it received a negative response from viewers and critics alike and failed to generate much in the way of ratings for ABC.
Interest in the series dropped as the series went on, and by the end of the first season, the ratings were so low that many assumed the series was going to be cancelled.
Marvel and ABC have both kept quiet on the show’s future, which hasn’t helped matters.
Of course, until something is confirmed, it is all just speculation at this point.