Last night, ABC delivered the heartbreaking news that it is cancelling Agent Carter after two seasons.
Two amazing, butt-kicking, heart-melting, retro-adventurous, red-lipsticked seasons.
We're all puzzled, Peggy. We all are.
And we're also quite upset.
Agent Carter has been an incredible bright spot in TV's darkest, bleakest time of year. The gaping hole that exists between Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. seasons between January and March.
It's been a thrilling ride of witty banter, Bond-worthy spy gadgets, S.H.I.E.L.D. history, and colorful retro fashion.
Yes good point also the occasional death.
But more importantly, Agent Carter has put the spotlight on women in star roles and powerful positions, in male-dominated fields, while leaving men in supporting roles.
It's shown us how times have changed ... and the ways in which we still have a long way to go before we reach real gender equality.
Also, Peggy is just badass. More than any other pop culture figure, Peggy Carter is my hero.
And can we also just relive this for a minute?
I was so looking forward to this relationship in Season 3.
Goodbye, Peggy. I miss you already.