“Marvel’s Runaways” joins the plethora of Marvel Television cancellations. Hulu’s teen drama was canceled and will end with its third and final season next month. The stars thanked the fans for tuning in.

Karolina actress Virginia Gardner called “Runaways” “a life changing experience” and added that she is “so proud to have been able to give a voice to the LGBTQ community.”

Molly actress Allegra Acosta reminded fans that the end isn’t here quite yet. “I want to say thank you for supporting my journey as Molly, but also for continuing to love and watch the show throughout the years,” she tweeted. “I’m very excited about this season and I’m thrilled for what’s to come.”

Though “Runaways” Season 4 is not happening, Deadline reports that Season 3 finale brings the Marvel series “to a natural ending point,” and executive producer Josh Schwartz sounds pretty excited about the series finale. “We left nothing on the table this year. Last five minutes of the finale are [heart emoji],” he wrote in part.

It seemed like “Runaways” might be the one live-action Marvel show that would survive the bloodbath. After all, the Hulu show’s first season debuted on the new streaming platform Disney+, which fans likely thought was a sign that the company hadn’t given up on the show just yet.

There are some big changes happening at Marvel Television, though. Nearly all of the company’s live-action shows are either canceled or coming to an end. “Runaways” will end in December and ABC will air the final season of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” in the summer. “Helstrom” is the only remaining show. The cast was confirmed last month and the first season is expected to debut on Hulu next year.

It seems like Marvel Studios will be handling most of the live-action TV shows moving forward. The studio has announced seven Disney+ series that will be very connected to the movies, unlike previous Marvel TV shows. “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “Loki,” “Wandavision” and “Hawkeye” will be the first four MCU TV series on Disney+.

Marvel Television, however, still has plenty of animated series in the works. Four are being planned for Hulu.

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"Marvel's Runaways" will end with its upcoming third season on Hulu. Hulu/Michael Desmond