Quake’s Here! See Chloe Bennet in Action in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 …

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Dubsmash Wars: Team S.H.I.E.L.D. enlists the help of Supergirl Melissa Benoist.

Are you Inhuman? The ongoing Dubsmash battle between “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” and “Marvel’s Agent Carter” has provided plenty of entertainment for fans of both ABC shows (and raised over $55,000 for charity to date) — but now Team SHIELD is also looking to bridge the Marvel/DC Comics divide by enlisting “Supergirl” herself, Melissa Benoist, to take part in their video for Round 2.

Jaime Alexander has guest starred as Lady Sif in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. twice already, but her appearances have always been highly publicized in advance as a way to attract viewers for a ratings bump. The CBS star, whose series takes flight on Oct. 26, joins “SHIELD” actors Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennet to sing War’s “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” along with Deadpool and Batman in costume (we’re guessing Ryan Reynolds and Ben Affleck were too busy to show up). For Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s third season, the story will continue to delve into the introduction of the Inhumans as well as track the journey of the traitorous Grant Ward. Comic Book Resources collated a series of new images for season three and everyone is without smiles – from the S.H.I.E.L.D. members to the lone known Inhuman Lincoln aka Sparkplug (Luke Mitchell).

The peace offering comes in response to Hayley Atwell and James D’Arcy’s take on The Kinks’ “Lola,” in which they drafted Marvel MVP Stan Lee to get handsy with Lola, the red corvette owned by Gregg’s character, Agent Coulson, in “SHIELD” and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And S.H.I.E.L.D. stands right at the center of it, the singular dot that connects the Avengers, Agent Carter, the Howling Commandos, the Inhumans, and a whole lot of extremely weird alien stuff. Australians keen to keep following the adventures of Phil Coulson and his team are now forced to choose between signing up for Foxtel, holding out for the DVD/Blu-ray release, waiting for the show to trickle down to streaming services or simply turning to the BitTorrent channel. Adding Quake, Deathlok, Coulson and Melinda May to the game seems to suggest that Netmarble will add a new tab in the special missions feature – allowing players to unlock them that way, although we still can’t say for sure obviously. On the books, S.H.I.E.L.D. means the “Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division.” But in the words of Director Nick Fury (Samuel L.

The new season will also bring in new characters, including the ATCU (Advanced Threat Containment Unit) leader played by Constance Zimmer and her partner, Banks (Andrew Howard), plus new Inhumans Lash (Matthew Willig) and Joey (Juan Pablo Raba). Meanwhile, May will be faced with a very hard decision to make as she begins to find herself in the middle of the crossroads of life, both in her private life, and in her career. In the premiere’s opening scene, a new Inhuman is being hunted—did you hear Constance Zimmer’s voice over that radio?—but he’s not alone for long because your fearless agents came to the rescue. “My name’s Daisy, I’m with S.H.I.E.L.D.

Meanwhile, ABC also previously released the teaser for episode 1 of the third season, titled “Laws of Nature”, which revealed that Fitz will “go to extreme lengths” to find Simmons. In the series finale of Season 2, Lincoln turned to Jiaying after she launched an attack on the S.H.I.E.L.D. carrier but eventually switched allegiances and enabled Lincoln to help Skye and the rest of the S.H.I.E.L.D. save the world from the deadly ginger army known as Terrigen Mists. Founded by Peggy Carter and Friends in the aftermath World War II and the apparent defeat of Hydra, S.H.I.E.L.D. was intended to be humanity’s last defense.

Season 2, Phil Coulson handed Skye a folder with the label “Caterpillars” on it, which was a reference to Jonathan Hickman and Stefano Caselli’s secret warriors. Under the watchful eye of Director Fury, S.H.I.E.L.D. defuses threats in the present day with an army of agents, an arsenal of really cool(/deadly) toys, and a little something called the Avengers Initiative. TV show, though, we follow the goings-on in the outfit via Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg): friend of the Avengers, exemplary S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, and actual dead man.

While it’s tempting (and somewhat cathartic) to shake your fist at Seven and Foxtel, depending on the nature of the deal the blame may really lie with the show’s producers – ABC Studios, Marvel Television and Joss Whedon’s Mutant Enemy Productions. Wherever the blame lies, burning your loyal viewers doesn’t seem like a smart long-term strategy at a time when traditional television is struggling to stave off disruptive new players like Netflix. The arrival of Netflix in Australia saw some Netflix Originals taken back from Foxtel, where you’d now expect them to stay, but it seems all bets are off as TV studios scramble for viewers. Agents Melinda May (Ming-Na Wen), Grant Ward (Brett Dalton), Jemma Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) and Leo Fitz (Iain De Caestecker) make up the original team, but are soon joined by Skye (Chloe Bennet), a hacker-turned-S.H.I.E.L.D. asset and consultant. Photo: Bloomberg Unlike traditional television, which puts viewers on a slow-drip diet of one or two shows a week, Netflix lets you hit the entertainment heroin as hard and as frequently as you want.

The streaming service has crunched the numbers and has come up with a nifty equation that pinpoints the moment audiences commit to watching a show all the way to the end. Netflix analysed data from January to July of this year in countries including Brazil, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the UK and the US. Like most recreational drugs, different shows have different effects on viewers, and the data on the addiction equation therefore is a little all over the place. According to the streaming company, Australians — we of discerning tastes — apparently remain eminently more resistant to the binge than our American brothers and sisters. It’s also got some of the niftiest gadgets on TV, enjoys an origin story that spans decades, and has some seriously stellar guest stars and tie-ins.

Time Requirements: About a month if you watch 1-2 episodes per night, unless you’re going to do it right and watch the corresponding Marvel films in the correct order. In that case, you’ll be carving out time for The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: Winter Soldier, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. She’s the only “normal” in a group of highly-trained S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, and her journey from homeless “hacktivist” to Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. is deeply intertwined with the show’s major arcs.

That said, all human beings with real live functioning hearts will probably also develop a deep fondness for Fitz and Simmons (FitzSimmons), both of whom are aggressively adorable and experience some great development over the course of the first and second season. Surprisingly, the threshold for Netflix addiction was lowest in Australia for legal drama Suits and thriller The Killing, which took just three episodes to hook viewers into completing the entire series.

Because it couldn’t exactly spoil the big reveal from Captain America: The Winter Soldier, it essentially had to sit tight and tread water before it could make many big reveals of its own. Contrary to popular opinion, pilots are not what get viewers hooked, at least not according to Netflix’ numbers. “Given the precious nature of primetime slots on traditional TV, a series pilot is arguably the most important point in the life of the show,” said Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer for Netflix. “However, in our research of more than 20 shows across 16 markets, we found that no one was ever hooked on the pilot.

This gives us confidence that giving our members all episodes at once is more aligned with how fans are made.” The data compiled by Netflix has the potential to create new metrics for TV viewing. Instead of counting the number of eyeballs on a particular show at a particular time, this data allows Netflix and other streaming services to measure a level of engagement and commitment not given priority in traditional entertainment measurements. Season 1: Episode 13, “T.R.A.C.K.S.” The team boards a train in Italy and attempts to follow the money trail of baddie/bonafide 1 Percent-er Ian Quinn (David Conrad).

In uncovering the origins of his second chance, though, Coulson finds out a bit more than he ever wanted to know about the blue blood running through his veins. Season 2: Episode 5, “A Hen in the Wolf House” Simmons is undercover in a Hydra facility, but when her cover is blown, she’s finds herself cornered without an escape strategy. Agent Bobbi Morse/Mockingbird (Adrianne Palicki) has also been undercover, but sheds her dastardly persona and gets herself and Simmons back to the new S.H.I.E.L.D. Upon rescuing Skye from the clutches of Hydra, Coulson is dealt a crushing blow or 12 that renders him unable to keep her from venturing into an unstable underground city. When recurring foe Raina (Ruth Negga) uses the city’s mysterious power source to open the powerful and dangerous Diviner, they both emerge changed and the team is dramatically altered.

It has the luxury of time, which allows it to indulge in twisting plot lines and lengthy arcs, delve deeper into character development, and give its audience bigger, juicier payoffs. Skye follows the destiny-crazed Raina into an ancient underground Kree city in an attempt to stop her from using the Diviner—an object with great and unknowable power. Catch up on Agent Carter in preparation for its second season, and keep an eye out for updates on ABC’s recently announced project called Marvel’s Most Wanted featuring S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Lance Hunter and Bobbi Morse (Mockingbird).

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