A number of parallel plotlines collide as the new S.H.I.E.L.D. of Edward James Olmos takes us back to Captain America 2 before taking control.
As the Hydra-harmed Ward reemerges, Marvel’s network drama invokes Quentin Tarantino and pales in comparison.
In a mostly wheel-spinning episode, Marvel’s network drama still manages to provide some thrills thanks to Kyle MacLachlan’s deranged daddy figure.
The return of Thor’s warrior foil heralds a stand-alone story built on basic tropes but packed with satisfying secrets.
The Marvel Studios series returns with an episode that’s mostly set up but still delivers some electric Inhuman twists and sews seeds of betrayal.
Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz discuss how the trio of Disney villains will bring out Emma’s wicked ways, and what it all means for the search for the Author’s identity.
By focusing on the legacy of Captain America over its more progressive plot points, Agent Carter’s finale falters even as the show remains a success overall.
The composer talks with SPINOFF about hitting all the right notes with “Marvel’s Agent Carter” and “Galavant.”
Though it lags in comparison to previous installments, the penultimate episode of Agent Carter delivers a shocking finale that leaves fans wanting more.
The 24-year-old actor joins the retooled CBS pilot as contracts expire for the cast of ABC’s The Middle.
As Russian double agents grow more deadly and the S.S.R. zeroes in on one of its own, a fugitive Agent Carter proves why Marvel’s latest is the best superhero TV has to offer.
Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, W. Earl Brown and Benito Martinez star in the anthology series created by 12 Years a Slave screenwriter John Ridley.