While last week’s “Agents of SHIELD” featured a big battle between SHIELD and Inhumans, a closer look shows that every important decision was done out of love. This is my take on it.
ABC announced the network’s new fall line-up to the advertising and media communities this week at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall in New York City. Amongst the new additions to the slate are Muppets and Feds and… um… Oil! Oh, my!
The final battle between the Inhumans and SHIELD puts Skye in the middle, wondering which side she should take. Meanwhile, Ward and Kara have a job to do.
SHIELD finally meets the Inhumans at Afterlife, but they don’t trust each other. It will lead to a fateful meeting, with a regrettable consequence.
Coulson meets with Gonzales about a plan to attack a HYDRA base to save Lincoln and Mike Peterson. It also means trusting Ward a little longer.
Fitz is happy to be reunited with Coulson and Mike Peterson, until he finds out Ward is helping them (maybe) to keep HYDRA from getting powered people. Also, Skye hopes for a new start with her father.
ABC and Marvel are considering making a spinoff to “Agents of SHIELD”, but maybe it shouldn’t be about an agent or another group. Here’s my argument for an anthology show.
A mutiny is developing within SHIELD, as a rival thinks Coulson can’t be trusted to run the group. Meanwhile, Skye is sent to a secret hideaway, and Ward and Agent 33 are back to cause serious trouble.
SHIELD turns to a psychologist to understand how to handle Skye’s powers, while Cal gets a gang together to strike back against Coulson. Mack also tells Hunter who he’s really working for.
The second half of Agents of SHIELD is filled with secrets, fear, and threats that may be more dangerous than HYDRA.