We talk Perry Mason, The Order, Warrior Nun, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Star Trek Lower Decks, Condor, Brave New World, Umbrella Academy
SHIELD is in a tough spot: can they really protect a young man who’ll have a son that will work for evil?
We ventured to WonderCon over the weekend and got to talk to the cast of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The Emmys brought good news for fans of Alan Tudyk’s “Con Man” and an online spinoff of “Agents of SHIELD”
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.
Aida embraces her newly human form, and thinks Fitz will embrace her, too. Learning the truth changes everything. Meanwhile, the agents get used to what has happened while they were in the Framework.
This week, it’s revealed Aida really made the Framework so she could be a real girl. Meanwhile, a dead HYDRA agent is back, but Ward and his crew have a signal they’ll make sure won’t be stopped.
This week, it’s revealed why Fitz is evil in the Framework, Jemma learns reality is relative, a face from the past returns, and May gets a super-serum to battle Mace. It ends with the loss of an agent, and a surprising decision by another.
Jemma’s heart gets broken as Fitz (the Framework version) does something unspeakable this week that shows no one is safe in the Framework. Mac also returns with the daughter he had lost, and makes a tough choice he quickly regrets.
What if HYDRA won, and the world accepted it? That’s the virtual world Jemma and Daisy navigate in their efforts to wake up the agents who are trapped in the Framework.