Agents of SHIELD Season 7: Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything Else

Marvel’s first and prolong TV-Series from MCU, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” is not the same series where people saw Coulson coming back from the dead. A lot of things have changed in the series since its pilot episode. Many characters like Ward, Lincoln, Andrew Garner, died over the years. On the other hand, Agent Phil Coulson is the only person who came back from the dead twice.

The series went through a massive transformation; it began from simple Agents doing the day to day jobs like protecting life and people across the globe. However, the series did feature time travel to the future in the fifth season. The TV-series even introduced several alien species from MCU that the viewers didn’t see in the films of the cinematic universe.

The journey of the Agents in the sixth season

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Currently, the TV-Series is running the sixth season where Coulson aka Sarge from a different planet comes to earth to destroy shrikes and their creator, Izel. So far, Sarge finally came to know as to who he is and how the monolith created him. It was Fitz and Simmons along with other agents who destroyed the three monoliths that Izel seeks to find.

Izel is practically a god from the known myth. Izel aims at creating a portal using the gravitonium device so that her race to possess human beings in the MCU and get a body/host.

Release date and the cast of the seventh season

As of now, there is no official confirmation as to when will the seventh season of Agent of Shield air on A.B.C. network. The previous six seasons premiered during Spring, so there is a highly likely chance that the seventh would also air in Spring 2020.

If the characters played by Clark Gregg, Chloe Bennet, Ming-Na Wen, Iain De Caestecker, Henry Simmons, Elizabeth Henstridge, Jeff Ward, and Natalia Cordova-Buckley survive the conclusion of season six; then they will reprise their role in the seventh season. The “King of all Geeks,” Joss Whedon, who directed the first two episodes of the series and the 2012 movie, Marvel’s The Avengers is still the executive producer of the show.

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