Could “Agent Carter” be making a triumphant return to television any time soon? The Marvel smash hit is rumored to be ready, willing, and able to do so, however, there is one big problem standing in the way. It currently doesn’t have a channel to air on. With a big push and a little bit of luck, that could all be changing very soon.

Any TV stations looking for a show?

According to, the once great draw known as Agent Carter is up for grabs. Marvel TV indicates that the hit series revival could be right around the corner but it needs a new home if it’s going to move forward.

Marvel’s do-it-all man Jeph Loeb, who was behind hits like the TV series "Smallville" and "Lost," and several box office smash movies that include "Commando" and "Teen Wolf," may have hinted about a possible return of Agent Carter and what the current dilemma is regarding bringing her back during an AMA. When asked about a revival of the show, Loeb said “Wouldn't that be cool? Find us a network! Hayley has been so kind of saying she'd love to come back.”

ABC once again?

Is Peggy Carter coming back to ABC for a second go? As indicated by, Hayley Atwell splashed onto the scene back in 2015 as secret agent Peggy Carter, a woman who is trying to balance her life and career in post-war America.

The show started off great and had very good ratings for its first two seasons - yet ABC passed on renewing it for a third go around.

Although it was surprisingly not renewed for Season 3, the door could be opening again for a possible Peggy Carter comeback. With ABC recently canceling the very successful reboot of "Roseanne," CBR revealed that several renewal campaigns have been attempted on a regular basis since Season 2 ended.

Now that Roseanne Barr is officially not with the network any longer, a serious strong campaign push is rumored to be underway to bring the character of Agent Carter back into the TV limelight. Rumors have been swirling that a possible Roseanne Barr comeback has been mentioned by several producers, but that seems highly unlikely after Roseanne's tweet barrage.

Marcy Carsey, the producer of the highly successful show, quickly squashed the idea that bringing back "Roseanne" without lead actor Roseanne Barr is something she is entertaining. With the programming slot seemingly open for the time being, fans of the sultry secret agent are hoping ABC will dive back in head first and reboot the once successful program.