Season four concludes with another stunning finish involving Ivanov using LMDs to turn the world against SHIELD and Inhumans, and Aida making Fitz’s life a living Hell. However, the Ghost Rider wants to do the same to her. It ends at a very surprising place.
The agents have a showdown with Eli, who has a bomb that could take out all of Los Angeles. However, what happens does more to set up story lines for the second half of the season.
Coulson, Fitz and Robbie find themselves in between dimensions, while the Ghost Rider decides to enter a new body. It leads to several big secrets being revealed. Simmons, meanwhile, looks at someone in a terregenesis cocoon and tries to hatch him out.
Uneasy alliances are being made this week. Daisy and Ghost Rider join SHIELD to find Lucy, who now has the Darkhold but needs someone else to read it. The new SHIELD director also asks for some help when he has to debate the Inhuman issue with a Senator on live TV. It leads to an even more shocking alliance.
Reyes tries to put up a tough front against Coulson, but even with the demon inside him he thinks it would be better to help SHIELD out.
The fear of Inhumans spreads around the world this week as they’re blamed for a series of blackouts, including one that threatens Simmons’ efforts to save Agent May from her paranoia. It turns out the real cause is very personal.
Coulson finally meets the new boss, who is busy trying to make SHIELD look respectable. May is driven insane due to the [spoiler] she met last week, and Daisy and the Ghost Rider battle each other, and wind up getting a bit closer.
Season four of “Agents of SHIELD” is underway! Daisy is a fugitive, Agents May and Simmons have new jobs, and the crew is dealing with a mysterious man known as the Ghost Rider.
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!