It’s the end of the road for Marvel’s Agent Carter as the show has been cancelled after just two seasons. That means fans are left to contend with that cliffhanger ending, and with star Hayley Atwell now set to take on a leading role in a new drama for ABC (a procedural called Conviction), it seems unlikely that we’ll get any sort of resolution in the near future.

Despite being well received by critics and fans alike, Agent Carter never did particularly well in the ratings, so a cancellation isn’t all that surprising. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. meanwhile will return for a fourth season and ABC is still developing spinoff Marvel’s Most Wanted revolving around Mockingbird and her ex-husband. Agent Carter aired on Fox on this side of the pond.

In more positive news, Supergirl has been renewed for a second season…on The CW. The show originally aired on CBS, but high production costs and a slip in ratings means that production is moving from Los Angeles to Vancouver and the DC Comics drama will join Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow on the network responsible for Smallville.

However, will Supergirl now exist in the same universe as the heroes mentioned above? As of right now, she lives in an entirely separate world, so it will take a fair bit of work to change that unless The CW intends to reboot the series when it reaches them. We’ll just have to wait and see, but you can bet your life that we’re now going to see a lot more crossovers!