Agents of SHIELD (시즌 3) - Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (season 3)

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원래 릴리스 2015 년 9 월 29 일 2016 년 5 월 17 일 (2015-09-29)
(2016-05-17)
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미국 텔레비전 시리즈의 세 번째 시즌 SHIELD의 에이전트 에 기초하여, 마블 코믹 조직 SHIELD는 다음과 필 콜슨 과 SHIELD 요원과 그의 팀 Inhumans 가 세계에 새로운 위협에 직면합니다. 그것은에 설정되어있는 마블 시네마틱 유니버스 (MCU)과의 연속성을 인정 프랜차이즈의 영화 . 시즌은 ABC Studios , Marvel TelevisionMutant Enemy Productions 에서 제작 했으며 Jed Whedon , Maurissa TancharoenJeffrey Bellshowrunners .

Clark Gregg 는 영화 시리즈에서 Coulson으로서의 역할을 되풀이하며 복귀 시리즈 단골 인 Ming-Na Wen , Brett Dalton , Chloe Bennet , Iain De Caestecker , Elizabeth Henstridge , Nick Blood , Adrianne Palicki 와 함께 출연합니다 . 그들은 두 번째 시즌 에 반복적 인 게스트 역할에서 승진 Henry SimmonsLuke Mitchell 이 합류 했습니다 . 세 번째 시즌은 2015 년 5 월에 주문되어 7 월부터 다음 4 월까지 촬영되었습니다. Secret Warriors 에서 영감을 얻습니다.코믹, 시리즈의 Inhuman 및 Hydra 스토리 라인과 결합하면서 영화 Captain America : Civil War (2016); 이전 MCU 미디어의 캐릭터와 마찬가지로 다른 MCU TV 시리즈에 대한 연결 도 시즌에 포함됩니다. Glenn Hetrick 은 덜 인간적으로 보이는 Inhumans를 위해 보철물을 만들었고 Legacy Effects 는 추가적인 실용적인 효과를 제공했으며 FuseFX는 시각 효과를 만들기 위해 돌아 왔습니다.

시즌 첫 번째 에피소드 는 2015 년 9 월 23 일 로스 앤젤레스에서 방영되었으며 22 개의 에피소드로 구성된 시즌으로 2015 년 9 월 29 일부터 2016 년 5 월 17 일까지 ABC 에서 방영되었습니다. 첫 번째 에피소드490 만 명의 시청자가 시청했습니다. 시즌 2 전체 후반의 어떤 에피소드보다. [1] 전반적으로 시즌은 일반적으로 일관된 평점을 받았으며 긍정적 인 평가를 받았습니다. 비평가들은 시리즈가 시즌과 함께 '진출'했다고 느꼈고, 특히 위험한 병 에피소드 " 4,722 Hours "를 칭찬 했지만 시즌의 속도는 때때로 너무 많은 일을 시도했다는 비판을 받았습니다. 이 시리즈는 2016 년 3 월에 네 번째 시즌 으로 갱신되었습니다 . [2]

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45 1 " 자연의 법칙 " 빈센트 미시 아노 Jed Whedon & Maurissa Tancharoen 2015 년 9 월 29 일 (2015-09-29) 4.90 [3]
금속 굽힘 능력을 개발 한 후 Joey Gutierrez 는 적대적인 ATCU (Advanced Threat Containment Unit)에서 SHIELD 요원 에 의해 매튜 엘리스 대통령 이 지하 SHIELD를 대체했습니다 . 데이지 존슨 요원 이 구티에레즈에게 자신의 비인간적 유산 을 설명하기 위해 고군분투 할 때 , 최근 출시 된 테리 겐 화합물에 노출되어 활성화 된 그녀는 링컨 캠벨 의 도움을 구합니다. 링컨 캠벨 은 그녀를 가르쳤지만 이제는 평범한 삶을 살고 싶어합니다. SHIELD 이사 인 Phil Coulson 은 ATCU의 리더 인 Rosalind Price를 찾습니다., 그리고 두 사람은 새로운 Inhumans에 관심이있는 제 3자가 있다는 것을 알고 있습니다 : Daisy와 Campbell을 공격 하는 괴물 Inhuman Lash . 이후 ATCU가 도착하면 Lash와 Campbell이 모두 달아납니다. 조직은 그들을 사냥하기 시작합니다. Leo Fitz 요원 Kree Monolith (그의 파트너 Jemma Simmons를 "죽음"( 히브리어 : מות ))로 묘사 한 고대 히브리 두루마리를 얻습니다.이 두루마리 는 Fitz가 받아 들일 수 없습니다. 한편 시몬스는 황량한 외계 행성에 있습니다.
46 2 " 기계의 목적 " 케빈 탄 차로 엔 DJ 도일 2015 년 10 월 6 일 (2015-10-06) 4.32 [4]
Andrew Garner 박사 는 Gutierrez를 평가하고 아직 Daisy의 잠재적 인 Inhumans 팀인 Secret Warriors에 합류 할 준비가되지 않았다고 생각합니다. 그랜트 워드는 , 다시 찾고 히드라 , 모집 베르너 폰 Strucker , 이전 지도자 남작의 아들 볼프강 폰 Strucker을 . Ward를 사냥하고 죽이는 임무를 맡은 Lance Hunter 요원 은 6 개월 동안 SHIELD에서 휴가를 보내고있는 Garner의 전처 인 Melinda May 요원을 추적합니다 . May는 Garner와 Coulson과의 관계에서 어려움에도 불구하고 그녀의 삶에서 도망 치지 않겠다고 확신하고 결국 Hunter와 그의 임무에 합류하기로 동의합니다. Fitz는 Monolith가 포털이라는 것을 알고 SHIELD는Asgardian Elliot Randolph . Randolph는 그들을 진동을 사용하여 Monolith를 열기 위해 현재 악화 된 기계가 건설 된 오래된 영국 성으로 데려갑니다. Daisy는 자신의 능력으로이 효과를 복제 할 수 있으며 Fitz는 직접 포털에 들어가기 전에 플레어를 보냅니다. 그는 Simmons를 발견하고 Daisy의 힘이 Monolith를 파괴하는 것처럼 그녀를 되 찾을 수 있습니다.
47 " 수배자 (인후) 맨 " 개리 에이 브라운 모니카 오우수-브린 2015 년 10 월 13 일 (2015-10-13) 3.74 [5]
ATCU는 ATCU가 "외계인"을 잡기 위해 대중의 도움을 요청했을 때 오랜 친구에게 배신당한 Campbell을 닫습니다. 그는 데이지에게 도움을 요청합니다. Coulson은 Price와 만나 SHIELD가 대신 Campbell을 데려가도록 요청했지만 Daisy도 알고 있으며 그녀를 안전하게 지키려면 ATCU가 Campbell을 데려가도록해야한다는 사실을 깨닫습니다. 이를 인식하지 못한 데이지는 캠벨을 찾았지만 ATCU가 뒤 따릅니다. 캠벨은 그들을 공격하고 탈출하기 때문에 대신 데이지를 취하려고합니다. 그녀를 구하기 위해 Coulson은 Price와 함께 Inhumans를 캡처하는 데 동의합니다. 헌터와 메이는 헌터가 히드라에서 만나 새로운 입문 시스템으로 데려 간다. 헌터는 자신이 히드라에 합당하다는 것을 증명하기 위해 죽음까지 싸워야한다. Hunter는 그의 접촉과 싸우고 그를 죽이고 Hydra의 계급에 들어갑니다. Fitz는 Simmons가 자신의 오래된 삶에 적응하도록 돕고 자 노력하지만, 그녀는 지구의 다른 물리학과 정신적 외상으로 고군분투하고 있습니다. 나중에 에이전트Bobbi Morse 는 Simmons가 포털을 다시 열고 행성으로 돌아가고 싶어한다는 것을 알게됩니다.
48 4 " 당신이 아는 악마 " 론 언더우드 Paul Zbyszewski 2015 년 10 월 20 일 (2015-10-20) 3.85 [6]
Daisy는 Lash 공격 현장에서 암호화 된 이메일을 발견하고 Lash가 표적을 찾기 위해 사용했던 다른 Inhumans의 존재에 부정적인 영향을받은 Inhuman 인 Dwight Frye를 추적합니다. SHIELD를 방문하여 헌터의 임무가 너무 개인적이고 무모 해 졌다고 Coulson에게 경고하지만, 관계를 되살리기 위해 그녀를 떠난 Garner와는 대화를 거부합니다. ATCU는 Daisy와 에이전트 Alphonso MacKenzie 와 함께 Frye를 데려갑니다.그들의 기지와 비인간적 시설을보기 위해 그들과 함께 갈 수있었습니다. 그러나 래쉬는 밴을 매복하고 프라이를 죽이고 맥을 다치게하지만, 나중에 그가 평범한 인간으로 변하는 것을 목격하는 데이지를 살려 낸다. 헌터는 히드라와 함께 임무를 맡았지만 와드가보고 그를 공격합니다. 도움을 받기 위해 도착할 수도 있지만 Ward는 Strucker가 Hunter와 May가 탈출을 허용하지 않는 한 Garner를 죽일 준비가되어 있음을 밝힙니다. 가너를 희생 할 수없는 메이는 기꺼이 물러서지 만 헌터는 워드를 공격하여 도망 가면서 어깨에 총을 쏜다. 보복으로 Strucker는 Garner를 죽이는 것처럼 보입니다.
49 5 " 4,722 시간 " 제시 보코 크레이그 타이틀 리 2015 년 10 월 27 일 (2015-10-27) 3.81 [7]
Simmons는 Fitz에게 지구에서의 6 개월에 대해 이야기하는 데 동의합니다. 포털을 통해 끌려간 후 그녀는 태양이없는 황량한 행성에있는 자신을 발견했습니다. 그곳에서 물 웅덩이와 그곳에 거주하는 외계 생명체를 발견하여 좌초 된 우주 비행사 윌 다니엘스를 만날 때까지 자신을 유지할 수있었습니다 . 다니엘스는 모놀리스가 NASA의 소유였던 2001 년 과학자 팀과 함께 포털을 통해 여행했지만, 시간이지나면서 그들은 행성과 사악한 존재에 의해 미쳐 버렸습니다.그 위에, 각각은 결국 죽어 가고 있습니다. Simmons는 별과 행성 달의 정렬을 연구하여 포털의 개통을 예측할 수 있다는 것을 깨달았으며 몇 달 동안 포털의 다음 개통을 예상 할 수있었습니다. 그들이 그것을 놓쳤을 때, Simmons는 희망을 잃었지만 Daniels와 위안을 발견하고 그와 사랑에 빠졌습니다. 그들이 Fitz의 플레어를 보았을 때, Simmons는 Daniels가 독립 체를 산만하게하는 동안 그에게 도달 할 수있었습니다. 이제 Simmons는 포털을 다시 열어 Daniels를 구하기 위해 돌아갈 수 있도록하려고합니다. Fitz는 도움을 주기로합니다.
50 6 " 우리 가운데 숨어 ... " 드와이트 리틀 드류 Z. 그린버그 2015 년 11 월 3 일 (2015-11-03) 3.84 [8]
SHIELD는 Strucker가 현장을 떠난 후 Garner가 살아있는 것을 발견합니다. 헌터는 와드 임무에서 모스로 대체됩니다. 그녀와는 Strucker를 추적하기 시작할 수 있습니다. Daisy와 Mack는 ATCU 시설에 가지 않았기 때문에 Coulson은 직접 방문하고 Daisy, Mack 및 Hunter는 Price의 오른팔 인 Luther Banks 가 Lash 일 수 있다고 믿습니다 . 그들은 은행을 찾아 그를 쓰러 뜨리고 그의 피를 취하고 그가 향하고있는 시설에 카메라를 몰래 넣습니다. 분석 결과 Banks가 비인간이 아님을 입증함에 따라 그들은 ATCU 시설에 있음을 깨닫고 Coulson이 캡처 된 비인간이 정지 된 애니메이션에 도착하는 것을 목격합니다. Price는 Coulson에게 암으로 죽은 남편을 도울 수 없기 때문에 Inhumans를 '치료'하고 싶다고 말합니다. May와 Morse는 Strucker를 Gideon Malick 의 아파트로 추적합니다., Strucker는 성소를 찾았습니다. 대신 Malick은 미래의 호의를 위해 그를 Hydra에게 넘겼습니다. Morse가 Hydra 멤버들과 싸울 때 Strucker는 Garner가 Lash이기 때문에 Garner가 공격에서 살아남 았다고 May에게 말합니다.
51 7 " 혼돈 이론 " 데이비드 솔로몬 로렌 르 프랑 2015 년 11 월 10 일 (2015-11-10) 3.49 [9]
May는 SHIELD를 조사하는 동안, 독자에게 Terrigen을 풀어주기 위해 갇혀 있던 데이지의 고인이 된 어머니의 알려진 Inhumans의 장부를 열었다 고 설명하는 Garner와 마주합니다. Garner의 비인간적 능력이 잠금 해제되었고 Garner가 '불가 치한'비인간에 이끌려 래쉬로 변신하여 그를 죽였을 때 Garner는 May와 함께 일을 끊었습니다. Coulson은 프라이스에 합류하여 향상된 사람들의 발생에 대한 대통령과의 만남을 가졌지 만 Lash가 원장에 접근 할 수 있어야한다고 추론 한 Campbell에 의해 중단되었습니다. SHIELD와 ATCU는 Garner와 May를 추적하고, 후자는 인질로 잡혀 있고 Coulson은 Garner와 대화를 시도합니다. Garner의 Lash 본능은 그가 Campbell을 죽이기를 원하고 후자가 Lash를 공격 한 후, 메이 만이 그를 진정시키고 인간의 모습으로 되돌릴 수 있습니다. Campbell은 Lash 형태가 곧 영구적이 될 것이라고 경고하므로 5 월에 ATCU는 Garner를 치료가 완료 될 때까지 정체 상태에 두도록합니다. Coulson은 Price와 함께 밤을 보냅니다.
52 8 " 많은 머리, 하나의 이야기 " 개리 에이 브라운 Jed Whedon 및 DJ Doyle 2015 년 11 월 17 일 (2015-11-17) 3.60 [10]
Malick은 Ward가 Baron Strucker의 금고 중 하나에 액세스하기를 원한다는 것을 알고 있습니다. 그는 Coulson을 죽이는 데 사용하고자하는 Hydra의 진정한 힘을 담고 있다고 말했습니다. 그래서 그는 Ward를 죽 이도록 사람들을 보냅니다. 워드는 그들을 물리 치고 금고의 위치를 ​​고문합니다. 헌터와 모스는 가너의 격리 모듈에 의해 촉발 된 보안 침해를 조사하는 FBI 요원으로 위장하여 ATCU에 들어간다. Morse는 ATCU가 Inhumans를 외부에두고 치료하는 대신 더 많은 것을 만들려고 노력하고 있음을 발견했습니다. Coulson은 Price와 마주하지만, 그녀의 오랜 비즈니스 파트너 인 Malick이 그 편을 운영하고 있었기 때문에이를 알지 못했습니다. 워드는 금고에 침입하여 감명 깊은 말릭과 마주 친다. Fitz와 Simmons는 다니엘스가 독립 체에 대한 희생으로 Hydra에 의해 포털을 통해 보내 졌다는 사실을 알게되었습니다.라틴어 : 포탈을 통해 추방 된 알베 우스 (Alveus )와 히드라가이를 지구로 돌려 보내기 위해 설립되었습니다. Ward가 Hydra를 도와 주면 Malick은 Ward가 SHIELD를 제거하도록 도와 줄 것입니다.
53 9 " 폐쇄 " 케이트 우즈 브렌트 플레처 2015 년 12 월 1 일 (2015-12-01) 3.84 [11]
Coulson과의 저녁 식사에서 Price는 Ward에 의해 갑자기 저격 당하고 Coulson의 품에서 죽기 전에 Malick과 맞설 계획을 밝힙니다. Mack를 SHIELD의 임시 이사로 승진시킨 Coulson은 복수를 시작하고 Ward의 남동생 Thomas를 납치하기 위해 Hunter와 Morse와 결별합니다. Fitz와 Simmons는 Banks와 함께 ATCU를 조사하지만 Banks는 살해되고 두 사람은 Hydra에 의해 체포됩니다. 시몬스는 피츠가 히드라가 하이브를 지구로 되 돌리는 것을 돕는 데 동의 할 때까지 고문을 당하고, 쿨슨은 와드 형제들 사이에 전화를 걸어 그랜트가 히드라를 찾기 위해 토마스에게 자신과 과거의 행동을 정당화하려고 시도합니다. 그들은 영국에 기지를 설치했습니다. 성. Mack는 구티에레즈와 캠벨을 현장 근무로 정리하고 나머지 SHIELD를 구조 임무를 위해 동원합니다. Hydra가 포털을 다시 엽니 다. 그리고 Malick은 Ward를 설득하여 Fitz와 함께 Hydra를 이끌고 Hive와 함께 돌아와 Coulson이 돌아 오면 죽을 것이라고 약속합니다. Ward를 죽이기로 결심 한 Coulson은 포털에 들어가기도합니다.
54 10 " Maveth " 빈센트 미시 아노 제프리 벨 2015 년 12 월 8 일 (2015-12-08) 3.85 [12]
Fitz는 Daniels를 찾아 Ward에게 출구 지점을 찾기 위해 그가 필요하다고 설득합니다. 맥은 메이와 시크릿 워리어 (데이지, 캠벨, 구티에레즈)를 보내 시몬스를 찾아 내고, 그와 모스, 헌터는성에 침투하여 포털 방을 확보합니다. 캠벨이 히드라의 힘을 차단 한 후 시몬스는 자신을 탈출하고, 가너를 포함하여 말릭이 군대로 모아온 여러 비인간을 발견합니다. Simmons는 다른 사람들에게 그녀의 길을 가기 전에 Hydra에서 Lash를 풀어 주기로 동의합니다. 피츠와 다니엘스는 워드를 고대 문명의 폐허로 이끌고 그곳에서 도망가는 반면, 쿨슨은 워드를 따라 잡아 그를 제압하여 그를 따라 가게합니다. 출구에서 Daniels는 Fitz를 공격합니다. Simmons가 탈출하는 동안 Hive가 Daniels를 죽였고 이제는 그의 몸에 서식합니다. Ward는 Fitz에게주의가 산만 해지면 Coulson을 공격합니다. 그러나 Coulson은 의수를 사용하여 Ward를 죽이고 Fitz는 플레어를 사용하여 Daniels의 몸을 파괴합니다. Fitz와 Coulson은 지구로 돌아 왔지만 Hive도 비밀리에 그렇게하여 현재 Ward의 몸에 살고 있습니다.
55 11 " 반송 " 론 언더우드 모니카 오우수-브린 2016 년 3 월 8 일 (2016-03-08) 3.52 [13]
SHIELD 요원이 보고타도착 하여 경찰로부터 무기를 훔친 비인간을 수사합니다. 여성 엘레나 로드리게스 (Elena Rodriguez )는 빠른 속도 에도 불구하고 (한 번의 심장 박동 후 이동을 시작한 곳으로 돌아갈 수있는 제한이 있음) 체포되어 부패한 경찰관의 오용을 막기 위해 무기를 파괴하고 있음을 밝힙니다. Coulson은 Malick의 부하들에게 잔인한 대우를받은 후 식물 상태에있는 Strucker에 대한 기억복원 한 기계를 사용하여 Malick과 접촉 한 위치를 발견합니다. Coulson은 그곳에서 전화를 사용하여 Malick에 의해 즉시 폐쇄되는 Malick의 많은 시설을 찾습니다. 경찰은 자신의 비인간적 루시오를 사용하여 모스와 헌터를 납치합니다., 눈 접촉을 사용하는 사람을 일시적으로 석화시킬 수 있습니다. Rodriguez는 SHIELD가 쌍을 구하는 데 도움을 주며 Lucio가 Hydra에게 잡히더라도 Rodriguez는 Secret Warriors에 합류하는 데 동의합니다. 그녀는 콜롬비아에 남아 있습니다. Ellis는 Coulson에게 ATCU의 새로운 책임자 가 Coulson에 직접보고 할 Glenn Talbot 이 될 것이라고 알립니다 .
56 12 " 인사이드 맨 " 존 테를 레 스키 크레이그 타이틀 리 2016 년 3 월 15 일 (2016-03-15) 2.94 [14]
Talbot과 Coulson은 여러 국가의 대표자들과 만나 Inhumans에 대해 논의합니다. Carl Creel 은 Hydra 실험 덕분에 영토 형성에서 살아남 았으며 Simmons는 혈액이 아직 전환되지 않은 Inhumans를 "치료"하는 데 사용될 수 있다고 믿는 인간입니다. Coulson은 대표 중 한 명이 Malick의 내부 사람이라고 의심하고 Hunter, Morse, May를 보내 누구인지 알아 내도록합니다. 크리 엘이 의심스럽게 행동하는 것을 본 헌터는 ATCU 정체 상태에서 Talbot의 아들을 발견합니다. 그들은 또한 호주 정부가 비인간적 인 Eden Fesi를 점령했다는 것을 발견했습니다., 실험용. Talbot은 Malick이 도착했을 때 Coulson을 켜고, 후자는 Coulson이 Hydra이며 대신 Malick과 함께 자신의 계획 (비인간 성소 건설)을 수행해야한다고 설득합니다. May는 Talbot의 아들을 구하여 가족에 대한 두려움없이 Coulson과 함께 떠날 수 있도록합니다. Hunter와 Morse는 Malick을 따라 러시아로, SHIELD 요원은 Fesi를 구하고, Hive는 여러 인간을 희생하여 Ward의 시체를 완전히 회복합니다.
57 13 " 이별 샷 " 마이클 진 버그 Paul Zbyszewski 2016 년 3 월 22 일 (2016-03-22) 2.88 [15]
헌터와 모스는 말릭을 따라 시베리아에있는 퇴역 시설로갑니다. 그곳에서 러시아 대표 안톤 페트로프 는 러시아 총리 디미트리 올 셴코 의 뜻에 반하여 성역을 건설하고자합니다 . Olshenko는 작전을 중단하기 위해 그의 무관을 보냈지 만, 그는 야당 장관이자 지각있는 어둠의 힘으로 이루어진 그림자를 가진 Inhuman 장군 Androvich에 의해 살해되었습니다.. Malick은 총리가 시설에 직접 초대되고 Androvich가 그에게 해방 될 것을 제안합니다. Hunter는 Olshenko를 보호하기 위해 Petrov를 죽이고 Morse는 Androvich를 죽여 그의 그림자를 파괴합니다. 그의 삶에 대한 시도를 알지 못하는 올 셴코는 두 사람을 체포한다. 인터폴 심문 관은 SHIELD가 여전히 존재한다는 것을 확인하지 않는 한 러시아인에게 넘겨 주겠다고 위협하지만 Morse와 Hunter는 거절합니다. Ellis는 Coulson과 개입합니다. 그들은 다시는 미국 정부를 위해 일하지 않는다는 조건으로 한 쌍의 생명을 구합니다. 현장에서 비밀리에 작업 할 수있는 옵션으로 Morse와 Hunter는 대신 SHIELD를 떠나기로 선택합니다.
58 14 " 워치 독 " 제시 보코 드류 Z. 그린버그 2016 년 3 월 29 일 (2016-03-29) 3.20 [16]
모스와 헌터가 떠나는 데 어려움을 겪고있는 맥은 그의 동생 루벤 과 함께하기 위해 시간을 보낸다 . 호출 된 온라인 증오 그룹의 경우 , 심의가 사용 하워드 스타크가 ATCU 시설에 대한 테러 공격을 수행 할 수 nitramene 폭탄을 -developed, 컬슨은 전 SHIELD 에이전트 의심 펠릭스 블레이크 nitramene 기술의 발전에 최선을 다하고되었고 실종 된 누구 갖는 Deathlok에 의해 부러진 그의 등-그룹을 인수했습니다. 루벤은 맥이 워치 독 기지를 조사하기 위해 떠났고 우연히 자신의 SHIELD 요원 상태를 밝혔을 때 환멸을 느끼지만, 맥은 형제를 공격하는 테러리스트 그룹을 막아 내면서 관계를 개선 할 수 있습니다. Coulson은 Campbell을 데리고 Blake의 알려진 은신처를 수색하고 두 사람은 Blake와 홀로그램을 통해 하나의 대결합니다. 그는 Hydra가 모든 Inhumans를 죽이기 위해 그와 Watchdogs의 십자군을 지원하고 있음을 밝혔고, SHIELD는 공격이 Hydra가 ATCU에서 무언가를 훔치는 덮개라는 것을 알고 있습니다.
59 15 " 시공간 " 케빈 탄 차로 엔 Maurissa Tancharoen & Jed Whedon 2016 년 4 월 5 일 (2016-04-05) 2.81 [17]
SHIELD는 Daisy에 대한 긴급 전화를 받고 Inhuman Charles Hinton 이 자신의 죽음에 대한 비전을 보여준 발신자를 찾습니다.힌튼을 점령 한 히드라에 의해 살해 당하기 전에 데이지의 이름을 알게 될 때. 데이지는 먼저 힌튼을 만질 수 있으며, 그녀에게 그의 죽음에 대한 비전을 제공합니다. Hive는 포털을 통해 Ward를 보낸 것에 대해 Malick에게 "진정한 힘"을 보상 할 것을 약속합니다. 그들은 Hinton을 사용하여 민간 기업으로부터 강력한 외골격을 얻습니다. 운명이 고정되어 있지 않다는 것을 증명하기 위해 필사적으로 SHIELD는 데이지 대신에 힌튼을 찾기 위해 메이를 보내 데이지의 비전이 실행되는 것을 막으려하지만, 마지막 순간에 가너가 도착하여 5 월에 작별 인사를하고 싶다고 말했습니다. 그가 Lash로 영원히 변하기 전에. 그 후 Daisy는 SHIELD가 Hydra와 Hinton을 추적하고 Malick과 그의 외골격과 마주하는 회사로 이동합니다. Hinton은 Malick의주의를 산만하게하여 Daisy를 구하고 두 가지 비전을 모두 제공합니다.
60 16 " 파라다이스 로스트 " 웬디 스탠 즐러 조지 킷슨과 샬라 올리버 2016 년 4 월 12 일 (2016-04-12) 3.01 [18]
Malick의 아버지는 1970 년에 사망하여 그와 그의 형제 Nathaniel이 Hydra의 "종교적인"면을 이끌게되었고, 주기적으로 Hydra의 내부 서클에서 무작위로 선택한 희생 "여행자"를 Hive가 돌아올 때까지 거주 할 포털을 통해 보내는 것을 포함합니다. 그들의 아버지가 여행자로 선택되지 않기 위해 트릭을 사용했다는 사실을 발견 한 기드온은 똑같은 일을하고 나다니엘이 선택됩니다. 현재 기드온은 딸 스테파니에게 자신의 비전에 대해 이야기합니다. 그는 하이브의 손에 자신의 죽음을 목격했다고 믿습니다. Daisy와 Campbell 은 고대 크리 장치를 제공하는 Hive에 대한 지식이있는 전환되지 않은 Inhuman JT James를 추적합니다 . 나머지 SHIELD는 Giyera를 점령합니다., 이제 Hive에 충성하는 Gideon의 오른팔; 텔레 키네틱 비인간 인 기예라는 비행기를 장악하고 대부분의 SHIELD를 포로로 삼은 히드라 기지로 향합니다. Hive는 Malicks의 집에 와서 Nathaniel의 기억이 있음을 Gideon에게 공개합니다. 기드온이 나다니엘을 배신한 것에 대한 처벌로 하이브는 그 앞에서 스테파니를 살해한다.
61 17 " " 엘로 디 킨 DJ 도일 2016 년 4 월 19 일 (2016-04-19) 2.85 [19]
데이지와 캠벨은 시크릿 워리어로서 구티에레즈와 로드리게즈와 연합하여 히드라 기지에 침투하여 SHIELD를 구티에레즈가 풀어주는 과정에서 루시오를 죽이고 캠벨은 말릭을 잡습니다. 질문하는 동안 Malick은 Coulson에게 Hive가 Inhumans의 마음을 감염시킬 수 있다고 설명하여 Secret Warriors를 신뢰하지 않도록 경고합니다. Simmons는 Lucio의 부검을 통해 Hive 기생충이 그의 뇌를 감염 시켰으며 모든 Secret Warriors에게도 같은 일이 일어날 수 있음을 확인했습니다. Malick이 죽은 채로 발견되면 인간 요원은 Inhumans를 격리하고 그들의 소지품을 수색합니다. 그들은 자산 락업이 아닌 캠벨이 소유 한 크리 장치를 발견합니다. 캠벨은 항의하지만 나머지 세 명은 석방됩니다. 그날 밤 데이지는 캠벨을 찾아가 그를 쫓아 내겠다고 제안합니다. Campbell은 Hive가 Daisy를 통제하고 있다는 사실을 알고 그녀를 사용하여 Malick을 살해하고 Campbell을 구도하는 데 사용했다는 사실을 알았을 때 거부합니다. 데이지는 스스로 떠나고 지진을 일으켜 모든 사람과 함께 SHIELD 기지를 파괴합니다.
62 18 " 특이점 " 개리 에이 브라운 로렌 르 프랑 2016 년 4 월 26 일 (2016-04-26) 3.22 [20]
대부분 무사히 기지를 탈출 한 SHIELD는 데이지가 그들 모두를 죽일 수 있다는 것을 알고 하이브에서 그녀를 해방시킬 희망이 있다고 믿습니다. Fitz와 Simmons 는 향상을 통한 인류의 향상을 믿고 기생충에 대한 연구가 Hive의 능력을 상쇄하는 데 도움이 될 수있는 트랜스 휴머니스트 Holden Radcliffe를 찾습니다 . 하이브가 알리샤 휘 틀리로 변신(복제 된 SHIELD의 비인간적 인 동맹)과 James (처음에 그에게 물체에 불을 불어 넣을 수있는 terrigen을 준 후)은이 신생 군대를 취하여 Fitz와 Simmons를 방해합니다. Daisy는 Fitz에게 자신의 비전을 경고합니다. Daniels에 대한 Hive의 기억은 Simmons에게 낭만적 인 생활을 계속하도록 청원합니다. 그리고 다른 사람들은 Radcliffe를 납치하여 Hive가 Malick의 남은 재산으로 산 마을로 데려가 최초의 Inhumans를 만든 원래 Kree 실험을 재현하려고합니다. Talbot과 ATCU는 Malick의 최종 정보를 사용하여 Hydra의 나머지 인프라를 완전히 해체하고 Fitz와 Simmons는 마침내 그들의 관계를 완성합니다.
63 19 " 실패한 실험 " 웬디 스탠 즐러 브렌트 플레처 2016 년 5 월 3 일 (2016-05-03) 2.92 [21]
인간을 Inhumans로 바꾸려는 Radcliffe의 첫 번째 시도는 Kree 혈액이 필요하기 때문에 실패합니다. Fitz와 Simmons는 잠재적 인 비인간적 치료법을 Radcliffe의 연구에 대해 알고있는 것과 결합하려고 시도하지만 비인간적 인 테스트 대상이 필요합니다. Campbell은 스스로 자원하여 면역 체계를 심각하게 손상시키고 치료법이 Inhumans of Hive의 연결을 해방시킬 수 없음을 증명하는 것처럼 보입니다. SHIELD는 Hive의 마을과 Mack를 찾고 May는 단순히 Hive를 죽임으로써 다른 팀을 해방시키기 위해 팀을 이끌고 있습니다. 후자는 두 명의 Kree 사신을 마을로 부르는 신호 인 Kree 인공물을 활성화합니다. 그들은 즉시 휘 틀리를 살해합니다. Daisy와 Hive는 각각 사신과 마주하고 Daisy는 Mack가 그 과정을 방해 할 때까지 자신의 피를 채취하기 시작합니다. 이것을 깨닫지 못한 하이브는 다른 사신을 파괴합니다. 데이지는 맥을 공격하고 거의 그를 죽일 뻔했지만 Mack가 나머지 팀과 함께 후퇴하는 것을 돕는 5 월에 중단됩니다. 데이지는 래드클리프의 실험에 대한 대안으로 자신의 혈액을 제공합니다.최근 에 크리 피가 주입되었습니다.
64 20 " 해방 " 빈센트 미시 아노 크레이그 타이틀 리 2016 년 5 월 10 일 (2016-05-10) 2.93 [22]
Sokovia Accords에 서명 한 후 Talbot과 Coulson은 Inhuman 에이전트 등록에 대해 논의하고 Coulson은 Talbot을 SHIELD 기지로 데려가 로드리게스와 래쉬를 소개하고 Hive 상황을 설명하며 Secret Warriors를 익명으로 유지할 필요성을 보여줍니다. Hive는 Radcliffe의 다음 실험 시도를 위해 여러 Watchdog을 캡처합니다. 그들은 원시 비인간 으로 끔찍하게 변이됩니다,하지만 하이브의 영향력 아래서 그는 그의 궁극적 인 계획을 진행하도록 촉구합니다. 탄두 (ATCU에서 훔친)를 사용하여 Radcliffe의 새로운 병원체를 전 세계에 퍼 뜨리고 모든 인간을 이러한 원시 상태로 변형시키려는 것입니다. Campbell은 Daisy에게 연락하여 그가 그녀와 함께하고 싶다고 확신합니다. 그녀의 피가 빠져 나 가면서 SHIELD의 시스템을 해킹하는 Daisy는 그가 퀸 제트 에서 SHIELD 기지를 탈출하도록 도와줍니다 . 그러나 이것은 Campbell 대신 Lash가 도착한 SHIELD 측의 계략이었습니다. 래쉬는 자신의 능력을 사용하여 하이브의 흔들림에서 데이지를 풀어 주지만 제임스에게 살 해당합니다. 데이지가 SHIELD로 다시 탈출
65 21 " 면죄 " 빌리 기어 하트 Chris Dingess 및 Drew Z. Greenberg 2016 년 5 월 17 일 (2016-05-17) 3.03 [23]
SHIELD는 데이지가 하이브와의 연결이 끊어진 후 금단 증상을 보이는 동안 격리 상태를 유지하지만, 그녀의 정보를 통해 하이브가 탄두를 발사하려는 기지를 찾을 수 있습니다. Talbot의 군사 접촉을 통해 SHIELD는 요원 팀이 기지에 침투하여 Hive를 점령하고 Radcliffe를 추출하는 동안 로켓을 비활성화 할 수 있으며, 후자는 SHIELD와 협력하는 데 동의하고 Primitive 프로세스가 되돌릴 수 없음을 밝힙니다. 기예 라와 제임스는 탄두를 훔쳐 SHIELD가 탄두를 찾는 데 집중하는 동안 SHIELD 격납고로 밀반입 한 폭탄을 터뜨려 래드클리프의 병원체 일부를 방출합니다. 여러 SHIELD 요원이 Primitive로 변신하여 Hive를 격리에서 해방시키고 Zephyr One, SHIELD '를 훔칩니다. 병원체가 인류의 많은 부분을 변형시킬 수있을만큼 탄두를 높이는 공중 이동 명령. 데이지는 탈출하여 하이브와 대결하며 다시 그녀와 연결해달라고 간청합니다.
66 22 " 승천 " 케빈 탄 차로 엔 제드 웨던 2016 년 5 월 17 일 (2016-05-17) 3.03 [23]
하이브는 래쉬가 데이지를 자신의 영향에 영향을받지 않게하여 대신 그녀를 압도하고 납치했다는 것을 알고 있습니다. Giyera와 James는 그를 탄두로 가져 오며, 많은 Primitives는 나머지 SHIELD May를 죽이기 위해 남아 있으며 Fitz는 Zephyr One과 무료 Daisy에 침투합니다. Fitz는 Giyera를 죽이고 Coulson과 다른 사람들은 Primitives를 피하고 Zephyr One에 탑승하여 quinjet에서 기지를 탈출합니다. Coulson은 안전하게 폭발하기 위해 quinjet의 우주로 탄두를 보낼 계획이며 Daisy는 Hive의 흔들림 아래 자신의 행동을 속죄하고 비전을 달성하기 위해 함께 가야한다고 믿습니다. 그녀는 퀸 제트에 들어가서 하이브와 마주하지만 캠벨은 그녀를 버리고 제트기의 수동 제어 장치를 튀겨 우주로 올라가 탄두가 그와 하이브를 폭발시켜 죽여 데이지의 비전을 성취합니다. 6 개월 후인공 지능 AIDA생명 모델 미끼로 .

캐스트와 캐릭터

생산

개발

2014 년 3 월, 총괄 프로듀서 Jeffrey BellAgents of SHIELD PaleyFest 패널에서 제작자와 작가가 향후 Marvel Cinematic Universe 영화 의 각본을 읽고 우주가 어디로 향하고 있는지 알 수 있으며이를 통해 일반적인 계획을 세울 수 있다고 말했습니다. 세 번째 시즌이 끝날 때까지 쇼를 위해. [52] 이 시리즈는 2015 년 5 월 7 일 세 번째 시즌을 위해 리뉴얼되었습니다. [53] 2015 년 4 월까지 Marvel은 Adrianne PalickiNick Blood 가 주연 한 [54] 시즌에 수반되는 스핀 오프 시리즈를 개발했습니다.하지만 ABC 엔터테인먼트의 사장 폴 리 말과, 함께 진행을 거부, "우리는 옳은 일을 지금 [Palicki 및 혈액]에두고하는 것입니다 생각 SHIELD 때문에 SHIELD는 [에 이렇게 강한 원문 ] 순간". [55]

하지만 2015 년 8 월에 마블의 모스트 원티드 라는 시리즈의 파일럿이 주문되었습니다 . [56] Bell과 SHIELD 총괄 프로듀서 Paul Zbyszewski 동료 Agents는 [56] [57] 시즌 3을위한 Hunter와 Morse의 스토리 라인을 작업하면서 시리즈를 개발하여 스핀 오프로 넘어갈 준비를했습니다. [58] 벨은 설정 것이라고 설명 마블의 인기 캐릭터는 헌터와 SHIELD에 대한 충성의 그의 부족으로와 ideologies-에, 누구 정확히 정의하여 "쇼에 대해 아무것도 특정, 그것은 헌터는 단지 누가"-and을 캐릭터들이 "on SHIELD "에있는 동안, 우리는 그들이 누구인지를 이용하고, 청중들에게 서로, 그리고 다른 사람들과의 관계를 가능한 한 많이주고 싶습니다. 우리는 잠재적 인 종말이 임박했다는 것을 알고 있으므로 무시하지 않을 것입니다. " [59] [60]

Hunter와 Morse는 에피소드 "Parting Shot"에서 시리즈를 썼습니다. 둘 다 SHIELD를 떠났습니다. Palicki와 Blood는 "물리적으로 조종사를 쏘기 위해 떠나야했습니다 ... 그들은 SHIELD 에있는 것을 중단 하고 조종사를 준비해야했습니다." 그런 다음 조종사를 촬영하고 그 모든 것을 촬영했습니다. 그래서이 모든 에피소드를 그들과 함께 가지고 2 ~ 3 개의 에피소드에 포함하지 않는 것은 이치에 맞지 않았습니다. 그리고 나서 "오, 우리는 여기에있었습니다. "그리고 돌아와서 다시 가라." 그들이 언젠가 시리즈로 돌아올 수 있을지에 대해 Bell은 "나는 대답 할 수 없지만, Mack가 그것을 되 사기 위해서만 그렇게 울게 만드는 것은 속임수라고 말할 수 있습니다. 죽음에서 캐릭터를 되찾았습니다. 우리는 물건을 얻고 싶습니다. " [61]

쓰기

다르다는 것은 어떤 느낌입니까? ... 나는 그것이 당신의 피부색이든 종교이든, 게이이든 사람들이 정말로 공감하는 은유라고 생각합니다. 현대 세계는 이러한 것들을 점점 더 많이 받아들이고 있지만, 여전히 그들에게 도전이 없다는 것을 의미하지는 않습니다. 누군가에게 더 나아질 것이라고 말할 수는 있지만 그렇다고해서 그들을 위해 나아질 것입니다. 이것을 마블 용어로 표현하면 "좋아, 내가 만지는 모든 것이 얼음으로 변한다 ... 나에게 무슨 일이 일어 날까? 그리고이 세상에서 살고 싶어?"

실제 삶에 대한 Marvel Television 헤드 Jeph Loeb 은 시즌이 탐구하는 Inhumans와 유사합니다. [62]

In May 2015, Bell said that writing for the third season would begin the following month,[63] with the story set six months after the events that concluded the second season.[64] Bell stated that S.H.I.E.L.D. would be depicted as it was in the second season, underground with small "pockets" of S.H.I.E.L.D. around the world, as following the release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier "we found we like our team ... as underdogs, as opposed to a giant, powerful, NSA organization that can do pretty much anything."[65]

Regarding the characters that could appear in the season, Bell said in May 2015 that "The idea of some familiar faces with some new faces is something to look forward to. I also think finding some new Marvel characters to pull into the universe would be cool. Fans seem to respond when there are characters from the Marvel comics and Marvel Cinematic Universe."[63] He later explained that the series has the opportunity to explore the Inhumans outside of the Royal Family (who are the major focus of the comics, television series and previously planned film).[66][67] The season mentions the character Eden Fesi as an Inhuman, who is a mutant in the comics. The change was due to 20th Century Fox controlling the film and television rights to the majority of Marvel's X-Men and mutant characters.[68]

When asked about possible hints made in the season two finale towards an adaptation of Secret Warriors, Bell noted that the series does share the character Daisy Johnson with that comic, and "the idea of a team of powered people is something we've seen in the show ... I think there's a world down the road where we do our version."[69] Elaborating on this and the series dealing with the many powered people introduced in season two, Bell said, "People seem to respond to powered people on the show and while it's not going to take over and become what the show's about, as a texture and flavor of the stories, we really enjoy that. The fact that Inhumans are now out there is something I think we need to investigate".[65] He later clarified that characters would not have to be Inhuman to join the Secret Warriors, just powered, and that not just any powered character would be allowed to join, given that Daisy had to go through years of training on top of getting powers to join the team, and so similar rules would apply to other potential members.[59] Executive producers Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon also discussed the Secret Warriors, the former cautioning "a very slow build" to the team,[70] and the latter explaining, "We feel a duty to the Cinematic Universe to not hyper-accelerate how many people have powers ... We don't want it to be there's a thousand people with powers with a show that at its heart is about what it's like to not have powers in a world with powers."[71]

In September 2015, Tancharoen stated the overall theme for the season explored with each character was them "trying to get back in touch with their humanity in a world where Inhumans are popping up," with Whedon adding that the nature of couples–some having broken up in previous episodes, some getting back together, and potential for new ones–would be explored.[70] Later that month, Bell talked about some of the new character pairings in the season, saying "Putting Mack and Daisy together; putting Hunter and May together; putting Bobbi and Fitz together—suddenly you have all these different dynamics, all these different stories that you didn't have before."[66] Tancharoen later highlighted the number of characters in the season compared to previous, stating that "There's more scale and scope, but at the same time, I think we're diving into each character's internal struggle a little bit more."[72]

At the center of the show now is this question of, if you could choose [becoming Inhuman], would you want to? Would you choose to have this happen to you? Is it a choice? People who change, how do we treat them? Do they immediately have freedom to be who they want to be? Or is it a very dangerous weapon that we have to control or at least understand?"

—Jed Whedon on the introduction of a possible "cure" for Inhumanity.[60]

The second part of the season, which begins with episode 11, takes place three months after the events of episode 10.[73] On the structure of the season and shifting the focus between the two parts, Bell stated it was the intent to follow the format from season two, by tying "a whole bunch of [interesting threads] but not all of them off by the midseason. And then we launch something exciting for the back half...the promise of more to come."[74] Whedon added that "though we do break the season up, we feel that the season as a whole is one arc" and so the series would explore the same themes in the second half, "themes of what it means to be human and Inhuman. What does it mean to all these people when they have to live with their actions? Are they capable of the things their enemies are capable of?...What is the true nature of a person? Is everybody capable of everything if put in a terrible position? Or is there true good and a true evil?"[75] The second half of the season sees the introduction of the comics' right-wing hate group the Watchdogs, depicted as radicals wishing to "eliminate the Inhumans",[49] as well as a "cure" that can prevent terrigenisis in yet-to-transition Inhumans.[60]

"Bouncing Back" opens with "a mysterious flash-forward to three months in the future, showing an unidentified S.H.I.E.L.D. agent seemingly dead in space." Tancharoen called it "the promise of something fairly ominous to come", and stated, "We will be uncovering things from the midseason opener all the way to the finale. We will slowly be discovering what that image is." She added that any "clues" would likely play out during present day sequences rather than further flash-forwards,[76] such as when Daisy receives a vision of the flash-forward in "Spacetime", an episode where she learns that "she cannot change the outcome of these visions and the future is the future." Whedon discussed this idea, and that of the "theory behind the Inhumans that each one of them serves a purpose", saying, Inhumans "are made, they're not random. There's a lack of something that needs filling and an Inhuman will be created that fills that niche. It's an interesting concept we like playing with, and that plays into the idea of fate, which with our future visions, we're hitting pretty hard."[77] On choosing Lincoln to be the one to die, which the executive producers knew going into the season when forming the arcs for Lincoln, Daisy, and Ward,[29] Bell said he "earned it" adding that Lincoln comes to a point where he realizes what his purpose is, with Whedon noting that he understands that Daisy has a different purpose. Whedon continued that the decision was based on the fact that the series did not "want to be a body count show, but it is a real world with real stakes. What we had not done is the heroic death and the full-sacrifice death. This was a conscious decision. We also think that there’s a poetry in the fact that the person doing it doesn’t consider himself a hero. That’s the beauty of the moment—it’s not just for [Daisy], but it is, and it’s not just for him, but it is."[78]

Discussing the season finale, Tancharoen stated, "This season, we've explored a lot of different themes: There's the notion of purpose. We also introduced an Inhuman who has a strong sense of faith. We talk a lot about destiny and all these things intertwine."[79] Bennet likened the end of the season to "the end of the first book of S.H.I.E.L.D. This finale feels like the end of something bigger and the beginning of a whole new tone for the show."[80] Whedon added, "We wanted to put a close to [Hive's] story. We knew going into this season what our plan was for both Ward and Hive. Our goal was to make it not just feel like victory—we like to get a victory and also a loss at the same time." On whether the Inhumans storyline would also be ending with the season, Whedon said, "We think of it as never closed. We like that we were able to open up that world and make Inhumans a permanent part of the universe. Now, we have a quick-fire way of introducing people with powers. It gives us a lot of leeway in our world, and it lets us explode the metaphors of what it is like to be different. We will never close that chapter."[79] On making a six-month time jump at the end of "Ascension", Bell said that despite each character completing their arcs this season, "we still have a lot of plot. Emotionally, their arcs are done. What the jump lets you do is to do a reset ... It allows us to put down a lot of old plot and pick up a lot of new." Whedon added, "We’ve done it each season, so we just wanted to do it a little early ... we would’ve done [the time jump] in episode 1 next year but what we wanted to do was tease" things to come at the end of this season.[78]

Casting

All principal cast members from the first and second seasons (Clark Gregg as Phil Coulson, Ming-Na Wen as Melinda May, Brett Dalton as Grant Ward, Chloe Bennet as Daisy Johnson (no longer going by the name of "Skye"),[28] Iain De Caestecker as Leo Fitz, Elizabeth Henstridge as Jemma Simmons, Nick Blood as Lance Hunter, and Adrianne Palicki as Bobbi Morse) return for the third season.[24] In May 2015, Bell said that the writers would look to incorporate the character Lincoln Campbell into the season, as he was a "nice addition" to the second season,[63] and that they were looking forward to exploring Mack's character in new ways during the third season following his role in the second-season finale.[65] Luke Mitchell and Henry Simmons, who recurred as Lincoln and Mack, respectively, throughout the second season, were subsequently promoted to the principal cast for the third.[30][31] During the season, Grant Ward is killed. His body is possessed by the parasitic Inhuman Hive, based on a creature from the Secret Warriors comic, with Dalton taking on that role.[26] Also returning from earlier in the series are Daz Crawford as Kebo, Peter MacNicol as Elliot Randolph,[46] Blair Underwood as Andrew Garner,[37] Alicia Vela-Bailey as Alisha Whitley,[81] Brian Patrick Wade as Carl Creel,[48] Adrian Pasdar as Glenn Talbot, Raquel Gardner as Carla Talbot,[42] Titus Welliver as Felix Blake,[49] Reed Diamond as Daniel Whitehall,[50] and Derek Phillips as O'Brien.[51]

In July 2015, the Inhuman Lash, a villainous character from the comics, was confirmed to be appearing in the season,[28] while Andrew Howard and Constance Zimmer were cast as Luther Banks and Rosalind Price, respectively, both recurring.[32][33][34] In August 2015, Matthew Willig was revealed to be cast as Lash, while Juan Pablo Raba was announced as another new Inhuman, Joey Gutierrez.[33][35] In October, Powers Boothe was announced in the recurring role of Gideon Malick,[39] the previously unnamed World Security Council member that he portrayed in The Avengers.[82] The next month, Lash was revealed to be the Inhuman form of Andrew Garner,[38] and Mark Dacascos was announced in the "heavily recurring" role of Giyera.[40] Tyler Ritter appeared as Grant Ward's younger brother Thomas in December 2015. The character previously appeared as a boy through flashbacks in "The Well".[47] By February 2016, Natalia Cordova-Buckley was cast as Elena "Yo-Yo" Rodriguez, a Secret Warrior from the comics.[41] Axle Whitehead and John Hannah also recur as the Inhuman J.T. James / Hellfire and scientist Holden Radcliffe, respectively.[43][44] Additionally, Alexander Wraith makes multiple appearances as the minor S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Anderson,[50] while William Sadler reprises his role of President Matthew Ellis from Iron Man 3.[45]

Design

The season introduces a new title graphic for the series, replacing the one that appeared for the first two seasons,[45] as well as a new aircraft for the team called Zephyr One,[28] designed by series visual effects vendor FuseFX.[83] Glenn Hetrick again worked with the make-up and visual effects departments to design and create the more "unique"-looking Inhumans, such as Lash, after having worked on Raina during season two.[84] Willig's Lash make-up initially took 6 hours to apply, but the make-up team was able to reduce the time to 4.5 hours.[85] Before a new Inhuman character can be introduced, the cost of creating their powers must be weighed, with Bell saying, "Can we afford to produce this effect? Because every time last year Gordon [teleported] we went, 'Wow, that was [expensive].'"[66] For the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents' costumes, series costume designer Ann Foley made sure to reflect the fact that they have "graduated from the ragtag group of soldiers and scientists to the more precise militaristic outfit they always imagined they were."[86] As well, once Simmons returns from Maveth, her costumes did not feature any color, patterns, or prints, in order to reflect Simmons' emotional space.[87]

Bennet cut her hair for the season, in order to further her character's transformation to the Daisy Johnson / Quake of the comics, while not cutting her hair as short as her comic counterpart. Bennet stated, "The comic book version of Daisy Johnson has very short, Miley Cyrus-esque hair. We wanted to stay true to the comic book character fans love; I wanted to please them but also make sure there was still some movement and length and sexiness in the hair."[88] Bennet also received a new costume for the season, along with Quake's signature gauntlets. On the costume, Foley said, "It's about strength. She feels very empowered in it....I wanted to stay true to some of the designs I saw in the comics. In the style lines, I wanted to pay a little bit of a tribute to [Daisy's] tactical ability from last season, but we also incorporated the Quake symbol into her gauntlets and on the back of her suit."[86] Legacy Effects created the gauntlets and utility belt, "out of flexible materials painted to look like metal" so as not to injure anyone during stunts.[89]

After losing a hand at the end of the second season, Coulson receives a prosthetic replacement with "a few surprises hidden inside".[90] Prop master Scott Bauer took a mold of Gregg's hand to build the prosthetic and was able to make the fingers bendable to depict Coulson holding objects.[91] The hand evolves throughout the season, with a later iteration projecting an energy shield, inspired by a similar one used in the comics by Captain America.[90] The energy shield was created by Cosa, one of the series' visual effects vendors.[92]

Filming

Production on the season began in late July 2015,[93] in Culver City, California,[94] and lasted until late April 2016.[95] Location filming for the alien planet occurred in a work quarry in Simi Valley and in Northridge, Los Angeles near the Mojave Desert.[96]

Music

With the season reinventing the series again, composer Bear McCreary expanded the sound of the score "in a big way". In addition to introducing new themes for the characters of Lash and Rosalind Price, McCreary made some changes to the orchestra: "To represent Lash, I brought in larger percussion: merciless pounding taikos that I digitally compressed and distorted. This new, mangled percussion sound is horrific, and will become increasingly important as the season progresses." McCreary also brought in trombones "to get the scariest sound possible," which resulted in the recording space being reconfigured when they were recorded. For Price, her scenes with Coulson "give the series the feeling of a dense political thriller...I really leaned into that, musically. I introduce light acoustic percussion, mostly egg shakers, to give the pulsing synths a softer edge. And I used an acoustic piano to play the "Rosalind Theme" at key moments in her scenes...her music is meant to add intrigue and suspicion, and simultaneously allow us to have some fun with their witty banter."[97] For "Maveth", McCreary used a 90-piece orchestra rather than the series' typical 50 or 70 players.[98]

Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-ins

On the season's potential for crossover with the rest of the MCU, Bell said in May 2015 that "I think [last] year worked really well—we got to be our own show and tell our own stories in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and do a nice hand off or a tie-in, but neither are incumbent upon the other to be a follow, and I think that's a great model for us. Ant-Man comes out this summer and will have come and gone before we air again in September, so whether there's anything vestigial from that or for [Captain America: Civil War] next season is to be determined. But we're in contact with the movie people and them with us, and any time we can put little easter eggs in, it's a lot of fun for die-hard fans." Bell also stated that there was a possibility of Hayley Atwell once again reprising her role as Peggy Carter in the season for an Agent Carter crossover,[65] and after the series acknowledged the character's death in Civil War, added, "Any time we can make a connection to her, whether in a flashback or dealing with what’s happening now, it makes the universe smaller."[99]

In June 2015, it was revealed that the season would include the Secret Warriors team by introducing Inhuman characters inspired by the comic of the same name.[100] The episode "Emancipation" is set in the aftermath of Civil War,[101] and deals with how the Secret Warriors and other Inhumans are affected by the Sokovia Accords, with some members of the S.H.I.E.L.D. team feeling "Inhumans should be registered and [others] who feel that's a first step to them being sequestered, imprisoned, exterminated." Wen noted that "The connection is there, but it’s also very tenuous at this point, because S.H.I.E.L.D. has become so isolated with what’s going on with the Avengers and them not knowing still that Coulson is alive."[99] On how the themes of Civil War allowed the series to make more of a philosophical tie-in than with previous films,[99] Whedon stated that "we do have people across the globe who have powers on our show and there would be varying reactions to that. A lot of fear, some excitement, some people wanting to use it for good, some people wanting to use it for evil. So, a lot of those same themes [from the film] will be addressed on our show."[102] Bennet added, "we've been dealing with the bigger issues of Civil War on a smaller, more personal scale for a while now. It's been building. We've been having our own mini version of Civil War."[99]

Additionally, the episode "Many Heads, One Tale" sees the season tie its Hydra and Inhuman storylines together, retconning the history of Hydra in the MCU,[103] while the episode "Watchdogs" connects the series to several other MCU television shows: by featuring the chemical compound nitramene, which was developed by Howard Stark and seen in the Agent Carter episodes "Now is Not the End" and "Bridge and Tunnel";[104] by noting a gang war in Hell's Kitchen, as seen in the second season of Daredevil;[105] and by referencing the company Damage Control, which was the focus of a potential MCU television series of the same name and later seen in Spider-Man: Homecoming.[105][106] Despite similarities between the final conversation between Daisy and Lincoln in "Ascension" and that of Steve Rogers and Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger, the executive producers did not mirror that scene intentionally, with Whedon stating "There’s something heartbreaking about not being able to be face-to-face with the person".[78] "Ascension" also introduces the concept of Life Model Decoys.[107]

Marketing

Promotional image for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Fallen Agent

To promote the inclusion of the Secret Warriors in the season, at San Diego Comic-Con International 2015, Marvel gave fans a chance to be a part of the team, with ambassadors roaming the convention to find the most dedicated fans and rewarding them with limited edition "Secret Warriors" pins. Fans with pins were then asked to post a photo of themselves wearing the pin to social media, for cast members of the series to select their favorites.[100] A premiere was held for the season on September 23, 2015, at Pacific Theatres at The Grove in Los Angeles, where the first episode was shown.[108] In early October, Marvel released a comedy video starring Dalton and Marvel Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada discussing a potential rebranding for Hydra, which was conceived and written by Dalton.[109][110] On October 9, 2015, "A Wanted (Inhu)man" was screened at New York Comic Con,[111] and on March 26, 2016, "Watchdogs" was screened at WonderCon.[112]

Also at WonderCon, a poster based on the season was made available, with art by Mike McKone.[113] It features Daisy, her pose an homage to a well-known Secret Warriors cover depicting the comic version of the character, with other main characters paired behind her (Coulson and Price, the latter because "she really was a big part of the first half of the season and...her death is the thing [that] drives Coulson", according to Bell; Fitz and Simmons; Hunter and Morse; May and Garner / Lash; and Mack and Elena Rodriguez). Lincoln is featured on his own, so as not to "take a super strong female character [Daisy] and reduce her to being a part of a relationship where she won't be fulfilled until she finds her man", as are Ward / Hive and Malick, the latter with the symbol of the former upon him: "We have told you who Ward's become, and Hive is the person that Malick is really in a relationship with. So the fact that reflection is on him or in him or around him is pretty potent," explained Bell.[114]

Beginning with "The Singularity", the final episodes of the season were marketed as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Fallen Agent, a "four-episode event". Marvel released clues as to who the Fallen Agent was online in the form of "sneak peek clips, artwork and more", leading up to the final reveal in the season finale.[115] Marvel also released a poster for the event that recreated the cover of the "iconic" The Amazing Spider-Man #121 that served as the first issue of the story arc "The Night Gwen Stacy Died". The poster, created by Greg Land, also appeared as a "rare 1:1000" variant cover for Civil War II #0.[116] Ahead of the final two episodes of the season, Marvel released a series of videos that "memorialized" each of the potential characters who could have been the Fallen Agent,[117] with the Fallen Agent ultimately being Lincoln Campbell.[78]

Release

Broadcast

The season began airing in the United States on ABC on September 29, 2015, and ran for 22 episodes.[63][65][118] In Australia, the season aired on Fox8, rather than Seven Network with previous seasons, with a two-week delay from the U.S. airings.[119] In the United Kingdom, the season moved to E4 after previously airing on Channel 4, and debuted on January 10, 2016.[120]

Home media

The season began streaming on Netflix on June 16, 2016,[121] and was released on Blu-ray and DVD in Region 4[122] on March 1, 2017.[better source needed]

Reception

Ratings

Viewership and ratings per episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Laws of Nature" September 29, 2015 1.7/5 4.90[3] 1.2 2.96 2.9 7.86[123]
2 "Purpose in the Machine" October 6, 2015 1.6/5 4.32[4] 1.2 2.92 2.8 7.24[124]
3 "A Wanted (Inhu)man" October 13, 2015 1.4/4 3.74[5] 0.9 2.48 2.3 6.22[125]
4 "Devils You Know" October 20, 2015 1.5/4 3.85[6] 1.0 2.54 2.5 6.39[126]
5 "4,722 Hours" October 27, 2015 1.4/4 3.81[7] 1.1 2.59 2.5 6.40[127]
6 "Among Us Hide..." November 3, 2015 1.4/4 3.84[8] 1.1 2.64 2.5 6.48[128]
7 "Chaos Theory" November 10, 2015 1.3/4 3.49[9] 1.0 2.37 2.3 5.86[129]
8 "Many Heads, One Tale" November 17, 2015 1.3/4 3.60[10] 1.1 2.69 2.4 6.29[130]
9 "Closure" December 1, 2015 1.3/4 3.84[11] 1.1 2.62 2.4 6.46[131]
10 "Maveth" December 8, 2015 1.3/4 3.85[12] 0.9 2.16 2.2 6.01[132]
11 "Bouncing Back" March 8, 2016 1.1/4 3.52[13] 1.0 2.43 2.1 5.95[133]
12 "The Inside Man" March 15, 2016 1.0/3 2.94[14] 0.9 2.24 1.9 5.18[134]
13 "Parting Shot" March 22, 2016 0.9/3 2.88[15] 0.9 2.31 1.8 5.19[135]
14 "Watchdogs" March 29, 2016 1.0/3 3.20[16] 0.9 2.19 1.9 5.39[136]
15 "Spacetime" April 5, 2016 0.9/3 2.81[17] 1.1 2.33 2.0 5.14[137]
16 "Paradise Lost" April 12, 2016 1.0/3 3.01[18] 0.9 2.19 1.9 5.20[138]
17 "The Team" April 19, 2016 0.9/3 2.85[19] 0.8 2.03 1.7 4.89[139]
18 "The Singularity" April 26, 2016 1.0/3 3.22[20] 0.9 2.16 1.9 5.38[140]
19 "Failed Experiments" May 3, 2016 0.9/3 2.92[21] 0.9 2.10 1.8 5.02[141]
20 "Emancipation" May 10, 2016 0.9/3 2.93[22] 0.9 2.03 1.8 4.96[142]
21 "Absolution" May 17, 2016 1.0/4 3.03[23] 0.8 1.95 1.8 4.98[143]
22 "Ascension" May 17, 2016 1.0/4 3.03[23] 0.8 1.95 1.8 4.98[143]

The season averaged 5.52 million total viewers, including from DVR, ranking 85th among network series in the 2015–16 television season. It also had an average total 18-49 rating of 2.0, which was 47th.[144]

Critical response

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports a 100% approval rating with an average score of 8.19/10, based on 22 reviews. The website's consensus reads, "Still evolving in its third season, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. further hits its stride with a blend of thrills, humor, and heart."[145]

Based on the premiere, Merrill Barr of Forbes felt that the show "has grown up a lot since its first year, and with the start of season three, it's hard to imagine what complaints any fans could possibly still have. If you want overall continuity, you got it. If you want people with super powers going crazy, it's there. If you want an ensemble cast that brings the broadcast television corner of the MCU to life, then look no further. The point is, with the new season of S.H.I.E.L.D., it's everything one could ask from the show."[146] Vulture's Scott Meslow stated that the premiere was "riddled with [many] visual signifiers, highlighting the ways Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has gradually become sharper, sleeker, and more reliant on the bones of its comic-book source material."[147]

Kevin Fitzpatrick at Screen Crush said that "Laws of Nature" "feels [like] the show's most confident, ambitious swing yet, its action-packed opening minutes a clear mission statement with an even more specific focus than Season 2."[45] Brian Lowry, reviewing the episode for Variety, said, "Television obviously can't compete with the budgets and action found in summer blockbusters...but it has an advantage in being able to explore characters. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. obviously possesses a core audience drawn to those attributes, and showrunners Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen have admirably kept the plot moving ahead—engaging in larger serialized narratives—while grappling with the logistics of those ancillary considerations, which include plans for an Inhumans movie".[148]

Eric Goldman of IGN scored the season a 7.9 out of 10, feeling it "had its up and downs, mixing in elements that worked (Daisy getting her Quake on, the Fitz and Simmons drama), elements we could have used more of (Secret Warriors!) and elements that just never felt right (Lincoln and his relationship with Daisy)." Goldman also felt that the first half of the season was "the stronger, more cohesive of the two halves" as it aired the episode "4,722 Hours" which Goldman called "the best hour of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to date." He criticized the pacing of the season, saying "some episodes felt a bit jumbled and could have benefited from slowing down a bit—or simply not trying to do so much at once. Sometimes it was just a question of including too many characters or storylines in single episodes, causing some scenarios to not have time to breathe or get the proper build up they might have with more character-focused episodes."[149]

Analysis

The season's connection to Captain America: Civil War of paralleling that film's themes and events was noted by critics.

Alex McCown, writing for The A.V. Club, called the season's use of the Watchdogs as "the most topical and relevant to our real-world situation Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has ever gotten", comparing the group to Cliven Bundy and supporters of Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, and feeling that "It's heartening to see the series laying this much groundwork in anticipation of mirroring the events of Civil War. We've all talked about how the films affect the shows, but not vice versa. This narrative means S.H.I.E.L.D. is taking full advantage of its medium in order to tell the story the upcoming Captain America film can't: A full and fraught exploration of the need to protect freedom and privacy, even for those with extraordinary abilities."[150]

Fitzpatrick further discussed the "downright eerie parallel to current events" the Watchdogs brought to the series, saying that "if you stare at the news long enough it starts to mirror fiction, and boy if Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. didn't terrifyingly benefit from that [in "Watchdogs"]....Sometimes, anyone in need of someone to blame for their troubles can fall in with radicals." Fitzpatrick noted other MCU tie-ins in the same episode "never felt particularly labored, but rather lived-in with a world that stretches back to Agent Carter-era Stark tech, drops the odd Daredevil Easter Egg, and helps contextualize a world where heroes create country-dropping robots....A topical bent like tonight's "Watchdogs" made for a great angle to build up that world mentality without feeling particularly subservient to the movies."[151]

Accolades

The Atlantic named "4,722 Hours" one of the best television episodes of 2015.[152]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2016 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Family TV Show Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Nominated [153]
Favorite Female TV Star – Family Show Chloe Bennet Nominated [153]
Ming-Na Wen Nominated [153]
Saturn Awards Best Superhero Adaptation Series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Nominated [154]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Villain Brett Dalton Nominated [155]
California on Location Awards Location Manager of the Year – One Hour Television Justin Hill Won [156]

Notes

  1. ^ Due to this Inhuman character's ability to possess corpses, Hive was briefly portrayed by Dillon Casey while it reanimated the body of Will Daniels, before Dalton took over the role when it reanimated the body of Ward.[25][26] Additionally, Hive's original human form is briefly portrayed, through flashback, by Jason Glover.[27]

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