This Marvel series' second season is abruptly canceled by Disney+ citing financial difficulties

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is thundering with the fall of the hammer. Disney+ has abruptly canceled a big Marvel series, which is a shocking turn of events motivated by financial concerns. 

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law's star, Tatiana Maslany, recently broke some bad news to her fans by saying she wasn't sure if the show would get a second season. 

With 390 million minutes of viewing time and a 77% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, She-Hulk Season 1 was a moderate success. 

 Although viewers of this cheerful, enjoyable binge-watch had hoped for a possible return with season 2, that is sadly no longer the case.

"Is there optimism for a season 2?" was the question posed to Maslany when she appeared on NerdIncorrect's Twitch gameshow Codenames Live. 

"I don't think so," the celebrity declared. "I think we blew our budget," the actress said, "and Disney was like, 'No thanks!'"

When Jessica Gao, the show's head writer, stated that she had ideas for other seasons, rumors about additional shows quickly spread.