Is that all she wrote for Marvel's Inhumans?
Marvel's Inhumans debuted early this month in IMAX theaters and wasn't that well received. It presently has a Marvel-low of 7% on Rotten Tomatoes, with only 15 reviews submitted. In addition, around 60-70% of audiences stated they liked it, which is extremely low for a Marvel product.
Now it's suggested that Marvel's Inhumans may actually be cancelled and not get a second season.
Update:¬†Just to clarify, the poster below is the same that ABC and Marvel have been using to promote the series, so it's not new.¬†
Original story continues:
I'm not sure if there was supposed to be a second season for Marvel's Inhumans in the first place, but as this is television, you have to think Marvel TV and ABC want¬†Inhumans to be a success so they can have additional seasons, otherwise why even bother in the first place?
Regarding why it's thought Marvel's Inhumans¬†may not be getting a Season 2, Marvel TV and ABC are currently promoting the IMAX episodes and the episodes that debut September 29th as the "complete series." Here is a promo image from the Inhumans Facebook page:
If Inhumans is not just a one-and-done, it does seem odd they are referring to¬†Inhumans as¬†the "complete¬†series" and not the "complete¬†season."¬†¬†¬†
I would also be surprised that they made the decision to kill off Inhumans prior to airing on TV, unless ABC simply thinks it's just that bad.¬†¬†
I'll also add this has to be looked at as a colossal failure on the part of Marvel TV and Jeph Loeb as they¬†partnered with IMAX in an attempt to capture what Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios have done with the MCU movies, but Marvel TV fell flat on its face. Again.