After seven years, SHIELD faces the end as the Chronicoms are close to taking over the Earth…if they can find Fitz.
The good guys can win…if they can get an unlikely ally.
SHIELD is told they’ve been in an alternative time line all along, and should make the universe better. But can they trust Daisy’s sister?
Then, Nathaniel will stop at nothing to find Fitz, even get into Simmons’ head
Nathaniel Malick is in control of the Inhumans’ secret home and their powers. He gives a power to a young John Garrett and tries to find Jiaying, who has an unforgettable reunion with Daisy
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
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
SHIELD arrives in Area 51 in 1955, and looks for Chromicons hoping to set off a big explosion. They have to go undercover, but are surprised by a familiar face.
SHIELD is in a tough spot: can they really protect a young man who’ll have a son that will work for evil?