While the conclusion of 'Wandavision' left matters so that it would be kind of impossible to continue the story, fans still held hope that the show could get another season.
Now it seems confirmed that 'Wandavision' is one and done, as word comes from its star, Elizabeth Olsen.
Olsen played Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet Witch, in the series, as well as in the MCU movies.
She'll be reprising the role in 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'.
While virtually interviewing each other for Variety's Actor on Actor series, 'The Flight Attendant' star Kaley Cuoco and Olsen sang the praises of one another's series.
At one point, Olsen asked when Cuoco would start filming her show's second season.
Cuoco then asked Elizabeth Olsen to confirm if there would be a second season of 'Wandavision'.
"No. No," Olsen responded quickly. "It's definitely a limited series."
"Limited series..." Cuoco answered. She reminded Olsen that her show had said the same thing before it was renewed.
"I mean, I'm saying that," Olsen replied. "I don't know, I mean, with Marvel, you can never say no. People die…"
The actress added that she would be "shocked" if there was another season.
"The thing that I did learn through 'Sorry For Your Loss' and 'Wandavision' is that I love doing television," the actress continued.
"And I do miss, I think, the four-five week experience of making a film - it just feels so exciting and like camp for a little bit.
"But I think this six month experience of really hard work with the same people and it's exhausting…it just feels really good."
All episodes of 'Wandavision' are on Disney+ now.
Marvel fans are also currently enjoying the latest MCU series 'Loki' on the streaming service.
Its first episode dropped last Wednesday (June 9th).