Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ will return from a brief hiatus tonight to push “The Blitzkrieg Button” on Howard Stark, but theirs aren’t the only major returns in line for the ‘Captain America’ spinoff. Next week’s “The Iron Ceiling” will see Dum Dum Dugan and the rest of the Howling Commandos return, as seen in the hour’s full photo set!
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Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ series took the week off to accommodate President Ellis Obama’s State of the Union address, but next Tuesday will see Peggy back in action, with Howard Stark in tow as thumbs circle “The Blitzkrieg Button.” See the return of Iron Man’s pappy and a mysterious new villain in the first photos from next week’s ‘Agent Carter!’
‘Agent Carter’ returns tonight with its third installment, “Time and Tide,” which finds Peggy perpetually just one step ahead of her male colleagues at the SSR as she and Jarvis continue to follow the lead left behind by the (now deceased) Leet Brannis. We may be three episodes in already, but ‘Agent Carter’ and Peggy herself are definitely not short on the action. “Time and Tide” eases up on the heavier elements of misogyny, finding a more relaxed rhythm for Peggy and Co.
Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ arrived only days ago with an explosive two-hour debut, but next week’s installment “Time & Tide” will be anything but back to business. The hunt for Howard Stark’s tech is on, but by the first clip and photos, Peggy will have more than a few forces hunting her; including her own SSR co-workers!
Now that Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ has unveiled a full quarter of its 8-episode run with last night’s double premiere, the time has come to look into Peggy’s future, er…past. The latest full trailer for the weeks ahead bring more familiar faces, as Dum Dum Dugan and Cap’s Howling Commandos return, and OG Jarvis throws down without a suit of armor!
The demands of filming a television series -- especially a highly anticipated one like Marvel's own 'Agent Carter' -- often lead to some strange side effects that bleed over into real life. For star Hayley Atwell (the eponymous Agent Peggy Carter herself), that apparently included having to run errands while done up in full post-World War II regalia.
Who is Agent Carter? More specifically, who is Agent Carter removed from Steve Rogers and Captain America? Marvel attempts to answer that question with the two-hour premiere of ‘Agent Carter,’ a miniseries that takes us back to 1946, and arguably delivers Marvel Studios’ first solo female superhero project. And they’ve really delivered.
In the past, I’ve taken an approach towards pilots that I will occasionally deploy here in the ‘MMC’: The 5 Questions And 500 Words approach. The title pretty much serves as a descriptor: Instead of overloading both you the reader and I the critic with an avalanche of words about all major pilots about to premiere, I’ll cut to the chase as quickly as possible in order to save you time and me some sanity. It’s hopefully a win-win situation. With that in mind, here are three such reviews about showing premiering over the next seven days.
Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ TV series has heavily played up its powerful leading lady as we head towards next week’s two-part premiere, and now the ghost of ‘Alias’ Sydney Bristow has returned to drive it home. Watch ABC namedrop its most ass-kicking women in a new promo for Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter,’ fresh footage and all!
Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ will give Peggy a double-dip by its two-hour January 6 premiere, but why wait another week for future intel on the 2015 ‘Captain America’ spinoff? Go behind-the-scenes to reveal new details of Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ TV series, and check out our first preview of the seven-week event’s third episode, “Time & Tide!”