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‘Agent Carter’ Canceled at ABC; ‘Marvel’s Most Wanted’ Not Moving Forward

Leaving 'Agents of SHIELD' as ABC's lone Marvel drama for the 2016-17 season.

‘Agent Carter’ Boss, Hayley Atwell on Cliffhanger Season (Series?) Finale

Executive producer Michele Fazekas and the actress talk with THR about why season two of the critical darling bubble drama ended with a cliffhanger.

Hayley Atwell: ‘Agent Carter’ Finale Is “Satisfying,” Will Leave Door Open for Season 3

The actress also talks with THR about if she'll be able to do ABC's 'Conviction' and 'Agent Carter' if both make it on the 2016-17 broadcast schedule.

‘Agent Carter’ Lead Hayley Atwell to Star in ABC Drama Pilot ‘Conviction’

Things don't look great for the 'Agents of SHIELD' spinoff securing a third season.

‘Agent Carter’ Bosses Discuss How ‘Doctor Strange’ Tie-In Impacts Peggy’s Love Life

Executive producers Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters talk with THR about the premiere's shocking ending and what it means for Peggy moving forward.

‘Agent Carter’s’ Hayley Atwell: Season 2 Tackles Racism, Sexism

"I have been told that Peggy Carter had the first interracial kiss in the comic books, therefore [this] interracial relationship is taken directly from the comic books," Atwell tells THR.

‘Agent Carter’ Sets ‘Resurrection’ Reunion With Kurtwood Smith (Exclusive)

The actor will reunite with showrunners Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas on the Marvel drama.

Marvel Adds Four to ‘Agent Carter,’ Clark Gregg Talks Inhumans on ‘Agents of SHIELD’

Wynn Everett, Currie Graham, Reggie Austin and Lotte Verbeek will join the sophomore season of 'Agent Carter.'

Comic-Con: ‘Agent Carter’ Showrunners Tease Murder and Romance

'Agents of SHIELD' showrunners also hint at the Secret Warriors, and possibly confirm a character's death

‘Captain Marvel’ Comic Book Series to Be Relaunched With ‘Agent Carter’ Showrunners

Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters will write the new series.

From NBC’s “Weakness” to ABC’s “Bizarre” Loyalty to Marvel Shows: Two Anonymous Agents Dish on the Networks

A pair of top dealmakers give their brutally honest opinions on the state of broadcast TV.

Summer Superhero Blockbusters Expose Comic Book TV’s Weakness

As 'Avengers' flies high, Marvel's small-screen heroes battle a middling game against DC and broadcasters keep adding shows. Says one analyst, "We're getting where there might be too many options in the genre."