With the unveiling of Deadpool 2 coming later this year, it was announced in 2017 there would be an animated Deadpool TV show from Donald Glover. Unfortunately, it’s falling apart.

Donald Glover, his brother Stephen and FX have announced they have separated from the show, due to ‘creative differences’, according to Entertainment Weekly. Right now, we’re unsure if the show has been scrapped for good, or if it will be picked up by a different network.

It was to run for 10 episodes in its first season which was supposed to premiere in 2018 on FXX, FX’s sister channel. The Glover brothers were set to be producers, writers and showrunners.

This would have been the second collaboration of a Marvel IP and FX, after 2017’s Legion. FX co-president of original programming Nick Grad said that, when it was announced, the Deadpool TV show aimed to be ‘bold, striking and entirely original’.

Glover is known for a wide range of projects, with his most notable being the comedy-drama Atlanta. He also starred in Community and recently had a part in Spider-Man: Homecoming after he voices Miles Morales in the animated Ultimate Spider-Man series. Glover’s next role will be as Lando Calrissian in the Star Wars spin-off, Solo.

Deadpool 2 will hit theatres very soon, in May.