The other day saw John Ridley confirming that his long-developing Marvel TV series was still in the mix, even as no one knows what, or when the project represents. And even as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gears up for a spinoff, it seems another live-action comedy behind Marvel’s Damage Control may be in contention for the ever-expanding universe.
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As Marvel gears up to shoot the pilot of its Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff Most Wanted, there’s been significantly less movement around American Crime head John Ridley’s top-secret Marvel TV series. Ridley himself confirms that the series remains in development, though we’re no closer to learning what it actually is.
Were it not for a schedule change, Agent Carter Season 2 might have been here as early as this past Tuesday, but don’t fret - Peggy is back, and bigger than ever with dozens of photos from the two-premiere, and plenty of spoilers to boot. Plus, will our Masque-d big bad this season don her signature look?
Marvel’s Agent Carter hasn’t been particularly gun-shy with footage of the second season, even announcing certain surprise returns, though one face has remained curiously absent. No longer, as Dominic Cooper’s Howard Stark pops up for the first time in Season 2 with a new New Year’s promo for Peggy’s big move.
The State of the Union address pushed our Season 2 reunion with Agent Carter back a few weeks (Thanks, Obama!), but a lengthy new synopsis for Peggy’s trip west should make up the difference. Find out what brings Agent Carter to Los Angeles, and what major villain makes a surprise return in the first full synopsis for the January 19 premiere!
As far removed from the current Marvel Cinematic Universe as ABC’s Agent Carter unfolds, fans knew that Season 2 would return a few familiar faces to the fold. A new season 2 promo continues the trend, but which of Agent Carter’s biggest obstacles makes a grand return?
The moment Agent Carter Season 2 confirmed Peggy Hollywood-bound, fans had to wonder how much of the original cast would make the transition along with her. Lyndsy Fonseca’s best gal Angie Martinelli seemed like a natural choice, though Agent Carter has only now confirmed the character’s return, and only then for the weirdest Dancing With the Stars crossover you never expected.
Disney may be having itself quite a weekend, but another corner of the empire will start to pull focus in 2016, as Marvel fans gear up for Captain America: Civil War. 2016 will also mark the 75th anniversary of the character, for which ABC has drafted an hour-long Cap special to air just before the Season 2 premiere of his best gal, Agent Carter.
Agent Carter Season 2 may not arrive until January 19 (Thanks, Obama!), but no need to pout. Our first full clip of Peggy’s west coast adventures have arrived, giving all of Los Angeles what-for as a bored Jarvis complains about everything in sight, and awaits Mr. Stark’s return.
The impending 2015 close of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. at least meant that Agent Carter would return for Season 2 before long, but it seems a force higher than S.H.I.E.L.D. or the SSR will keep Peggy out of the limelight a few weeks. The Agent Carter Season 2 premiere has been pushed back a few weeks, owing to the January 12 State of the Union address. Peggy will not be pleased.