It's Very Unlikely Marvel's Inhumans Will Be Picked Up For Season 2

Marvel's Inhumans TV show was an utter failure as both fans of the comic and critics hated it. Due to all of the negative feedback, the ratings for the show suffered and viewership kept decreasing throughout the first season.

ABC Network boss, Channing Dungey, told Entertainment Weekly about the status of Marvel's Inhumans. Judging by her comments below, it sounds very unlikely the network wants to pick up the series for a second season.

It didn't perform for us at the level that we would've wanted. We haven't made any official decision yet about what we're going to pick up in May, but I will say that the numbers, unfortunately, were less exciting for us than we hoped they would be

Sometimes there are shows that have low ratings, but are liked by many people such as Fox's Firefly TV show.

However, Inhumans had both poor ratings and bad feedback from viewers so the likelihood that it's coming back look very slim at the moment.

Despite the failure of Marvel's Inhumans, Dungrey says that ABC Network is still committed to making other superhero TV shows and their relationship with Marvel has not changed.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D is a show that is still ongoing and doing well for itself.

It's interesting to see Dungrey did not confirm the full cancellation of Marvel's Inhumans just yet. It's possible Marvel still wants to make use of the characters in the show mainly because everything Marvel does is connected with one another.

My guess is that some Inhumans characters might appear Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D instead if their show gets officially cancelled.

We'll just have to wait and see what the ABC Network decides this May for their final decision.

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