Jaimie Alexander discusses her new series, Blindspot.
The second season finale is a roller coaster ride of emotions.
Last year, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. picked up massive speed following the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The storyline played heavily into the last half of the season, unfurling storylines and characters that helped bring the show from “good” to “positively great.” The events of Age of Ultron weren’t entirely as prominent this time …
The original six comes together one more time to save Deathlok and Lincoln from Hydra’s clutches.
Ward returns, and the team grows closer to getting Skye back…while Skye and Coulson share a father-daughter date.
Melinda May’s backstory is revealed and we find out just what happened in Bahrain.
Skye meets Lincoln, an Inhuman who helps her with her powers. Coulson and Hunter make their own move, and Gonzales sets some plans of his own.
The real S.H.I.E.L.D. meets Coulson, Bobbi’s motives are explained — and Skye gets an unexpected visitor.
The “real S.H.I.E.L.D.” is revealed as Hunter learns more about Mack and Bobbi’s secret — and Grant Ward returns with a mission of his own.
Cal and Coulson face off in an epic battle of superteams, while May enlists her ex-husband to help with Skye’s powers.
Lady Sif returns — but not as herself. Meanwhile, Skye fights a losing battle to keep her powers under control.