Comic-Con At Home featured a panel from Stumptown including star Cobie Smulders. They talked about the first season, and speculated on what’s next.
One of the most popular panels in Comic-Con@Home, Nathan Fillion talks about his career, and has some special guests.
Although Agents of SHIELD has its final panel on the show last year, two agents returned to talk about how real-life science has a role in the show.
The Zephyr is stuck in a time loop and possible destruction..and it’ll take a major sacrifice to escape. It’s also Elizabeth Henstridge’s first time as director
May and Elena turn to an old enemy, Jiaying, to find a way to restore Elena’s super-speed. She has to recall a dark memory, though. Meanwhile, Nathaniel Malick is back, and he’s got a new trick
Elizabeth Henstridge will be conducting a new experiment…directing an episode of Agents of SHIELD
This week’s episode is totally tubular, as Deke recruits new SHIELD agents disguised as a cover band, and Sybil rebuilds her Chromicon army with help from a computer repair guy
There’s victories and losses this week as Mack tries to save his parents from the Chromicons, while LMD Coulson finally meets the Big Bad who predicts victory…or does she?
The team finds the Chromicons have helped HYDRA practically merge with SHIELD, especially thanks to a plan that might sound familiar to movie fans. Enoch is also back, just in time to deal Jemma’s problem
The show goes noir this week as Danny Sousa tries to deliver a package and stop HYDRA from trying to infiltrate SHIELD. The history books says he met a deadly fate. The episode has the whole story