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Over in ShondaLand, there are no guarantees that characters and the actors that play them will be around from one season to the next. Hell, Shonda Rhimes’ newest production, the twisty drama The Catch, has already gone through multiple casting changes. And now there's someone new.
After losing his hand in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 finale, it goes without saying that Phil Coulson will be wearing some kind of prosthesis when the show returns in the fall, but there may be more to look forward to with the new hand.
While most Marvel fans are waiting for the epic Civil War battle to hit theaters next summer there’s another war going on in the Marvel Universe right now which has even bigger implications for the future. It’s a Dubsmash war between the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and Agent Carter.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe tends to give most of its love to the big screen, there’s a lot of interesting stuff going on with Marvel on television as well. Last season Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.< introduced us to the Inhumans and it looks like they’re not going anywhere as one character will be making his TV debut in Season 3.
We’ve known for a while that Agent Carter Season 2 will be location hopping to sunny California, but at Comic-Con over the weekend, showrunner Michelle Fazekas explained a bit about why the series is making the huge location change.
It appears that Rosie Perez will already be ending her tenure on The View. The move seems to be only the latest development in a year in which the show has been addled with an aura of instability. The impending exit of the actress turned-talk-host has been confirmed this week.
Fans were reeling a little over a month ago when ABC made the tough decision to cancel Forever, a freshman procedural with a niche but avid fanbase. In the weeks since the decision was made, fans have come together to create petitions and work on social media to get the drama picked up elsewhere.
Agent Carter successfully built an incredibly dedicated fan following on the strength of a short first season. After fighting and succeeding to have a Season 2, the question is now, what happens next?
The current TV climate seems to be following the mantra of “If it hasn’t been on the air in the past five minutes, let’s bring it back,” and that approach isn’t just limited to the world of fiction, as To Tell the Truth will get its umpteenth revival for ABC.
So far the only actor that’s been confirmed to return for Agent Cater Season 2 is (to no one’s surprise) Haley Atwell, leaving some fans wondering whether any of Peggy’s supporting cast will be returning. Fortunately, we now know she won’t be without familiar faces.
If the always hilarious Amy Schumer can get a few particular details worked out, we might see our weeks-in-the-making dreams come true of having Schumer leading a future season of The Bachelorette. Probably not, but maybe.
A recent episode featured a slew of popular NFL players, including Vernon Davis. During the episode, Davis got in a few ridiculous Family Feud answers, leading to plenty of Steve Harvey’s signature looks and commentary.
It’s strange to think that Friends has been off the air now for over eleven years, and Saturday Night Live cast member Vanessa Bayer pulled out an extremely solid impression of Rachel Green on Jimmy Kimmel Live! recently, and it makes us want more.
In the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 finale, Phil Coulson and Skye began formulating a plan to put together a team of superpowered people to help the spy organization protect the world. Now fans know what this team will be, and they come straight off the pages of comic books.
If you’ve ever had a doubt in your mind that Netflix doesn’t have an enormously massive stake in the entertainment industry, get ready to have your mind blown, because the streaming service is on pace to do something incredible in the near future.