The investigation road for Peggy Carter seems to have come to a halt as ABC is bidding adieu to its critically acclaimed series ‘Agent Carter’. The series created by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely started its development in 2013 inspired from a short film of the same name. In May 2014, ABC took up the series and starred James D’Arcy, Chad Michael Murray, and Enver Gjokaj. The first season of the Marvel comics based series had eight episodes and the second season had 10 episodes, which concluded in March, this year. Although the series was critically appreciated, it failed to garner viewership and thus it came as quite a surprise to many, when the show was renewed for a second season, during the mid season breaks of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. But, it seems like ABC will no longer support the series, as they have cancelled the renewal of the show few days back. But Hayley Atwell will still be seen on screens as she has bagged a lead role in the new upcoming show ‘Conviction’, where she would be donning the robes of Hayes Morrison, a lawyer who has to take up a job in order to evade jail time for the possession of cocaine and avoid tampering the senate campaign for her mother. In August it was confirmed that ABC has passed on ordering the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. spin-off Marvel’s Most Wanted, however ABC revealed that the show has been passed on. There’s a good news for the Marvel fans though as Agents of SHIELD has been renewed for another season from ABC. This means that ABC will now air only one Marvel comic based TV series as of now.