Who And What Do You Wanna See in The New S.H.I.E.L.D Spin-off?
According to EW there´s a Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (ABC) spin off in the works:
“We’re told a spinoff is being developed by SHIELDexecutive producer Jeffrey Bell (Angel, The X-Files) and SHIELD writer Paul Zbyszewski (Lost, Hawaii Five-0).
We don’t know is which characters from the current series will be moving over to the proposed spinoff – so let the speculation being on that. There won’t be an implanted pilot episode this season directly setting up the spinoff, either (like how CW launched The Flash out of Arrow). However, story elements that are still to come on SHIELD this year will be used to lay the groundwork for the potential new series. So by the end of the season – assuming the details for this project haven’t already leaked, which is rather unlikely – the spinoff concept should be clear.
Under the best-case scenario, the spinoff would hit ABC as soon as this fall. But there are other timing possibilities too, including midseason. Of course, the spinoff also might not even happen. Not only is SHIELD not yet officially renewed, but ABC has yet to select which of its crop of pilots will receive series orders – decisions that could impact the SHIELD spinoff plan.”
So who and what should the new series involve? And what effect will it have on the current huge movie franchise?
The way that the series is affected by the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been called “miraculous”, with Terri Schwartz at Zap2it writing “the fact that the movie so influenced the show is game-changing in terms of how the mediums of film and television can be interwoven”, while Mary McNamara of the Los Angeles Times stated that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “is now not only a very good show in its own right, it’s part of Marvel’s multiplatform city-state. It faces a future of perpetual re-invention, and that puts it in the exhilarating first car of television’s roller-coaster ride toward possible world domination.” The fact that the series also depicts the rebuilding of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the MCU has also been highlighted, with Merrill Barr, reviewing “Beginning of the End” for Forbes, saying “what Marvel’s daring to say with this season finale is ‘everything we do matters, and you need to pay attention to all of it.'”
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