One of the biggest news stories of last week was that Marvel Studios realized that its approach to TV series wasn't working and was going to take some new initiatives to change its production strategies in this area.
As a result, it was revealed that the entire writing and executive team of "Daredevil: Born Again", which had already begun filming, had been fired and that the series would be rewritten. How will this change of approach in the studio's television department affect other series?
The series "Echo", "Agatha: Darkhold Diaries" and "Ironheart" completed filming before the actors' strike began. "Echo" seems to have taken its place in the January broadcast schedule for now and is not expected to change.
The status of the other two series is a little more uncertain, after all, we now live in an age of digital broadcasting where even projects that are completely ready for broadcast can be suddenly canceled. Another highly anticipated series from Marvel has been canceled, which is upsetting news for fans.
As reported by Beyazperde, writer Joanna Robinson said that the "Wonder Man" series may be canceled when she appeared on The Ringer's The Watch podcast to promote her new book "MCU: The Reign of Marvel Studious", which includes interviews with more than a hundred Marvel sources, she said that the "Wonder Man" series may be canceled.
The "Wonder Man" series starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II was created by Destin Daniel Cretton, director of the film "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" and Andrew Guest, consultant for the "Hawkeye" series. The production process of the series had been stalled due to the writers' strike that began in early May.
Although Robinson stated that he heard that the series "may be scrapped", he underlined that this is only a rumor, not an official statement. On the other hand, it is unclear whether this means the complete cancellation of the series or whether the work done so far will be canceled as in "Daredevil: Born Again".