Beau DeMayo Reveals the Extent of his Involvement With Season 2 of ‘X-Men ’97’ Following Firing

Beau DeMayo Creator of X Men 97 Fired Ahead of Shows Premiere in a Shocking Turn of Events

Just before the premiere of season 1, Beau DeMayo, the head writer of ‘X-Men ’97’, was terminated from Disney. The exact cause of his dismissal was never officially disclosed, leading to various speculations, ranging from issues related to an OnlyFans account to rumors about his demeanor.

Despite his departure, the show became a tremendous success, garnering consistently high ratings. DeMayo’s writing was often credited for this achievement, as he engaged with fans on social media, providing insights and guidance throughout each episode.

Following the release of episode 5, fans launched a campaign urging for DeMayo’s return as the writer. Despite the show’s renewal for seasons 2 and 3, concerns arose among fans about a potential decline in quality without DeMayo’s input. DeMayo addressed these concerns on social media, clarifying his role in Season 2, currently in production. He tweeted that while he wrote most of the upcoming season, he won’t oversee production, casting, design, editing, post-production, music, and other creative aspects.

And there you have it. If you were concerned about the consistency of writing in Season 2, worry not—unless significant alterations are made to DeMayo’s groundwork. Have something to contribute? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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