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Discussion in 'Past Marvel Series' started by TheFanGuy, Nov 17, 2018.
AoS has been renewed for Season 7
I'm shocked too.
I'm shocked three, but pleasently pleased all the same.
With this super early renewal I am convinced that AoS will continue until the ending days of the MCU movies.
I'm not shocked. ABC flat out said they wanted the series to continue for many years and that moving it to the summer would help them with that. They made that announcement and everyone assumed they weren't serious and it was the last season.
A surprise to be sure, but a welcome one! Now if only it could get the barest hint of acknowledgement in the MCU!
Don't see this mentioned anywhere, but...
Looks like season 7 will deal with time travel & the Zeffer was turned into a time machine.
Guess who's back, back again but is he Enoch with a Coulson skin or all LMD or part human and part LMD?
Enoch was shown just moments earlier
Pretty sure Simmons said they created the
Since they already wrapped filming on season 7, what are the chances that they air it before next May? Maybe it could come back in time for midseason in January since this is the final season and they don't necessarily have to keep it in the summer slot.
They've never had to keep it in a summer slot. I don't see any reason why they'd move it. It'll probably release around the same time next year that it did this year.
I suppose if something failed spectacularly ABC would send the Agents in to fill the breach. By all accounts that I read they seemed pleased to keep it in the summer against all the bad people going after other bad people shows on all the basic cable networks summer schedules.
I would love for the powers that be decide to spin the show off in some form onto the Disney network. Maybe bring it back into the MCU via Fury's vacation and create SWORD now that all those obstacles are gone.
Please no. Seven seasons is more than a respectable run. Let things end. Its already jumped the shark.
Anybody heard of Fandomwire? They are claiming an exclusive that Agent Carter will be in season 7.
EXCLUSIVE: Hayley Atwell's Agent Carter to Appear in 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Season 7
well that don't make much sense
will be interesting to see how they bring her in, wonder if they'll get the movie de-aging tech for one episode, lol
The Zephyr is a time machine. They can presumably travel to any point of time in her life. Also...
Ming Na basically spoiled on Instagram that Daniel Sousa would be in season seven.
I hope they provide resolution to the lingering plot points from Agent Carter's season 2 finale. I mean, if they're bringing characters from that show back, just make it happen!
I also would love to see Peggy's reaction to opening the door to Steve. You don't really need Chris Evans to make that scene happen. Just don't show him, lol.
So season 7, they are going back to being connected to the general MCU?
I don't think they even care anymore.
Once the Disney+ shows are here I wouldn't be surprised at all if they eventually declare all the current shows to be non-canon.
Jeph Loeb went out of his way to say the show is still in the MCU, and the showrunners said that the only reason they did things the way they did is because ABC had the option to première the show in January if they'd wanted to, so they couldn't put anything in there that would spoil Endgame. I'm hoping that the time travel aspect of season seven will mirror Endgame and 'fix' the timeline once again. They've always worked hard to maintain continuity, I don't know why they'd stop now.
Curious to know if they will address the lingering plot threads of AC. Thompson's murder, for example, and what's in the file about M. Carter?
Right now the team would be in 1931 with the construction of the Empire State Building and Daisy's remark about prohibition. If Carter was born in 1921 then that would make her 10 and probably still in England. They would have to move a head in time about 15 years if they were to encounter Carter. This could be a time traveling season where the team could be fighting the chronicoms at different points in SHIELD's history and Carter could be part of that at different points in time.
Season 7 can't come fast enough
1930s New York, well going their own way or not I can't see them trying for a Steve Rogers or Bucky Barnes appearance. The only character that I can think of who is old enough to have mattered 10 years before the MCU started is the SSR commander Colonel Phillips.
For an off the way theory Fury was a retired Colonel thus at least 42 years and SHIELD Agent 25 years ago and his character has cameo'd by Samuel L. Jackson before. An Infinity Formula before a Super Soldier Serum was perfected.