EDIT: At the time this article was posted, Marvel announced Wolverine and the X-Men will return for season 2. Since this is now not the case anymore, Wolverine & the X-Men is not returning for season 2.
The Marvel Animation Panel at the San Diego Comicon addresses the not-so-distant future of “Wolverine and the X-Men.” Though not new news, the show will return for season 2, which will focus on an alternate future of the X-Men. No news of Emma’s fate is mentioned, however.
“Wolverine and the X-Men” was next on the agenda with a sentinel battle previewed on the screen. The panel addressed the continuity differences between the animated series other incarnations of the team and also had their voice actors comment on performing for the show. “It was amazing, a little kid’s dream come true for me – as a comic fan, what could be better. Just sitting in the room listening to those voices come alive was just amazing,” said Blum.
“It’s a wonderful cast and a pleasure to work with them,” said North.
Kyle added, “[Making the show] was about putting Wolverine in a place where he can’t solve problems just with his claws, taking a character who never wanted to be a leader…”
“Yes I did,” Blum interrupted in the voice of Wolverine, to audience laughter.
The show will venture into darker territory soon with Angel becoming Archangel after making a deal with Sinister. Wolverine will get captured and copied by the sentinels, who will build laser-clawed “Tracker” sentinels. Also, new characters will debut in season two including Havok, Magik, and Deadpool.
Source via CBR: CCI: Marvel Animation