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Will We Get A Hawkeye Season 2?

Warning: Contains spoilers for "Hawkeye" Season 1

Five weeks have absolutely blown by, and somehow we are finished with the first season of "Hawkeye." For six episodes, we watched Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) and Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) form a partnership, which was fully embraced and recognized in the season finale. Yelena (Florence Pugh) finally got her closure with Clint, Eleanor (Vera Farmiga) went off to jail, Jack (Tony Dalton) was vindicated, and Kingpin (Vincent D'Onofrio) was shot ... probably.

The episode ends with Clint and Kate burning the Ronin suit on the Barton family farm — he made it home for Christmas — and then Kate starts throwing out possible superhero nicknames for herself. Her suggestions are quite ridiculous (Hawk Eve, Hawk Shot, Lady Hawk), but Clint interjects at the end and says he has an idea. The scene cuts to the end-credit title card, suggesting Kate is now taking on the moniker of "Hawkeye." It seems like the perfect setup for Season 2, but unfortunately, there was no confirmation at the end of the credits. Here's what we know about the likelihood of a second season happening, as it is with "Loki" and "What If...?"

We're not too sure about Hawkeye Season 2

For now, it doesn't look like there is going to be a "Hawkeye" Season 2. That doesn't mean one isn't in development, though, as Marvel Studios is known for keeping things close to the vest. Maybe Season 2 of the series is one of the very few things that hasn't leaked regarding the MCU.

"Hawkeye" directors Bert and Bertie have discussed a possible Season 2, but their comments came without confirmation. "It's exciting to hear fans clamoring for a Season 2," Bertie told Buzzfeed. "We can't say anything. I think that's when you know you're doing something right and that people are really satisfied. They've been around for this rollercoaster, and they want more. More Kate, more Yelena, more everything. It's the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so these stories continue, right?"

There is a little glimmer of hope in that statement, as Bertie notes she can't say anything. Anyone involved in a Marvel Studios production is expected to keep their lips zipped, so let's keep our fingers crossed that this means more "Hawkeye" is coming soon.