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The second season of the American television series , which is based on the organization Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division , revolves around the character of and his team of S. It is set in the MCU , sharing continuity with and other , and was produced by , , and. Alongside , who reprises his role as Coulson from the film series, principal cast members , , , , and return from the , and are joined by and. Several other characters from MCU films and also appear throughout the season. Some episodes directly crossover with the television series and the film , while the introduction of the Inhumans sets up the and creates connections to the film. The was watched by 5. The season, which premiered on on September 23, 2014, and ran until May 12, 2015, over 22 episodes, overall had lower but much more consistent viewership than the previous season, as well as a much more positive critical response. The series was renewed for a on May 7, 2015. In the present, 's team monitors a deal revolving around the Obelisk, which goes awry when kills the ex-S. Agent Skye interrogates Grant Ward and learns that Hydra is using communication channels not monitored by S. The team realizes that General is in trouble and rushes to rescue him from Creel, before abducting Talbot themselves and using him to break into a military facility full of confiscated S. Agent Isabelle Hartley finds the Obelisk, while Skye and Agent Antoine Triplett steal a cloak-capable. Creel then steals the Obelisk for an apparently un-aged Reinhardt, now going by the name Daniel Whitehall. Creel absorbs the properties of the Obelisk and accidentally kills a waitress in a bar. He later meets Raina, but declines her offer to help him. Talbot tries to persuade Hunter to work for him and sets him free, but Hunter returns to S. Agent Leo Fitz and the mechanic Agent are able to build a weapon that can incapacitate Creel. As the team observes Creel making a deal with Whitehall's second-in-command Sunil Bakshi, Hunter disarms the other agents and tries to kill Creel himself. However, Creel easily defeats him. Just as he is about to kill Hunter, Coulson incapacitates Creel with the new weapon. Coulson later asks Hunter to stay and help S. Fitz reveals to Ward that Gill is the target, and Ward warns that Gill was a Hydra asset already, and that Hydra would try to reactivate his brainwashing. Agent Melinda May, who knows of Simmons' mission, allows her and Gill to escape, to maintain Simmons' cover, and Hydra successfully re-brainwashes Gill. Skye manages to shoot him, and he falls into the water and freezes, but government forces are later unable to locate his body. Whitehall decides to promote Simmons, despite her failure to retrieve Gill, and Ward tells Skye that her father is alive and offers to bring her to him. Coulson sends May to scout ahead, and she discovers the brainwashed S. Bakshi tortures May while Agent 33 disguises herself as May to pick up Coulson and sabotage the Bus. He rescues the real May, who defeats Agent 33, while Fitz and Hunter work together to save the Bus from Hydra's computer virus, allowing Fitz to start reintegrating into the team following previous life-changing injuries. Though Bakshi escapes, S. Raina is later confronted by Whitehall, who orders her to deliver the Obelisk to Hydra or face death. Raina discovers Simmons' cover and attempts to blackmail Coulson: she will not reveal Simmons to Hydra if she can take Skye to her father. Coulson refuses the offer and Simmons' identity is exposed, though Hydra security chief , another undercover S. Coulson has Raina tagged so she can lead them to Hydra, and she discloses the location of Skye's father. At his abandoned hideout, the team finds the bodies of the men he murdered, and he realizes, watching through hidden cameras, that Skye thinks he is a monster. Coulson later shows Skye alien symbols he has been compulsively carving, which she believes are a map. Fitz and Simmons are reunited while Morse, who is Hunter's ex-wife, joins the team. Skye's father delivers the Obelisk to Whitehall himself and offers to join forces with Hydra. Senator Christian Ward, the brother of Grant Ward, decides to use this incident to propose a multinational anti-S. As Coulson meets Christian to propose a win-win solution, Skye interrogates Grant about Christian. Grant explains to Skye that Christian is a master manipulator, Christian tells Coulson that this is a lie, with both S. Christian and Coulson agree to abandon the anti-S. May leads a team against the Hydra agents who attacked the UN, capturing several agents, and turning them over to Talbot, who begins to agree with Coulson's mission and offers his condolences for fallen S. When a former S. He goes after the remaining patients, trying to find an end to the madness. He discovers that the writing is actually a 3D diagram of a city where the alien host of GH-325 apparently wished to go. Seeing the completed design ends his need to carve, but since Hydra is also searching for the city, he makes it a priority for S. Meanwhile, the other members of the team try to capture Ward, who betrays Hydra by capturing Bakshi and leaving him for S. In 1989, Reinhardt was released from prison by , to find that a woman he had found in 1945 was still the same age. Dissecting her, Reinhardt discovered the secret to her immortality, and used it to make himself 44 years younger. Grant Ward also appears to join in an alliance with Whitehall, after having tortured Christian into confessing past sins, and then apparently murdering him and their parents. She also reveals that the city and Diviner were created by the. Skye tries to warn the main team, but Whitehall blocks their communications, and Ward boards the Bus to take Raina. He also takes Skye, promising to take her to her father, and in exchange agrees to let the others go. Mack has already entered the city, which causes him great pain and compels him to attack the others, until he is subdued by Morse and falls down a deep shaft. Whitehall, surprised to learn that Ward took Skye and did not destroy the Bus as ordered, gives Agent 33 who still has May's face, but is now disfigured orders to do so. Ward brings Skye to meet her father, , who explains that her name is , and that Whitehall killed her mother. Arriving at the Hydra base in San Juan where they are drilling into the temple, Whitehall immobilizes Cal and menaces Skye, but is interrupted as Coulson's team assaults the base. Coulson kills Whitehall, taking Cal's chance of vengeance, leading the latter to attack Coulson. Skye shoots Ward and forces Cal to leave, before following Raina and the Diviner into the temple. Agent 33 assists Ward in escaping. Coulson and Triplett race to the temple, with Triplett making it in and Coulson being delayed by Mack, who soon after breaks from the city's control when the temple closes itself and the Diviner opens, revealing a large crystal. Skye and Raina are encased in cocoons, while Triplett is killed by the Diviner. Skye erupts out of her cocoon as an earthquake shakes the city. In San Juan, the alien city is flooded, but not before a transformed Raina escapes, now with a monstrous appearance. When Cal turns his back on her, reminding her that she got what she wanted, Raina attempts to commit suicide, but she is taken by the man with no eyes, Gordon, who can teleport. Fitz and Skye realize that the latter has also been transformed—she caused the earthquake in San Juan, but has no control over this ability. Fitz agrees to keep her secret and hides the truth from the rest of the team. Director gave to him. Mack, who has been studying the S. Greenberg March 10, 2015 2015-03-10 3. There they capture the man, who restores Sif's memories and introduces himself as a Kree named Vin-Tak who has come to destroy all the Diviners, and kill anyone affected by the inside. When Skye's abilities are revealed, Sif and Vin-Tak attempt to capture and kill her, respectively, but Morse wipes Vin-Tak's memories using his weapon, while Coulson convinces Sif to leave Skye be. Sif returns Vin-Tak to , warning Coulson that the Kree should no longer be a problem, but Skye may be a greater danger than he realizes. Meanwhile, Morse tries to end her rekindled relationship with Hunter when Mack warns her that he is getting too close, but Hunter angrily confronts Mack about this and his suspicions that Mack and Morse are hiding something, forcing Mack to knock him unconscious. Coulson and Morse investigate, and are led to the former's hometown of , where the criminals have seized the local school stadium. Andrew Garner, her ex-husband and a psychoanalyst, to work with Skye, who is now on the Index herself. During one of Garner's talks with Skye, Coulson requests back-up, prompting May to fly the Bus to Manitowoc, with Garner and Skye on board. At the stadium, Coulson is confronted by Cal, while May arrives, bluffing to kill Skye. During the stand-off, Gordon appears and teleports away with Cal. As Coulson's team subdue Cal's group, Skye starts causing tremors, only stopping this by directing her abilities inward, causing hairline fractures throughout her body. Ward and Agent 33 hunt down the man who created the technology that allowed Agent 33 to take on May's appearance. He fixes her mask so she can once more change her appearance to anyone she wishes. Using this, they infiltrate Talbot's base and break out Bakshi, who S. From Bakshi they learn about Agent 33's life before he brainwashed her, including her name, Kara Palamas, before brainwashing him themselves. They see Coulson and his erratic behavior as a threat, and when Hunter escapes they decide to attack Coulson's group immediately. Coulson confronts Mack about the model car and his behavior, deducing that he is a mole. Morse steals the toolbox from Coulson's office and takes over the base's systems, allowing her and Mack to evade capture, and the rest of their faction to attack. This organization was formed and Morse, Gonzales, Mack, and Hartley disobeyed Fury's orders, saving hundreds of loyal S. Gonzales realized all the harm caused by Fury and his secrets, and now wants S. Horrified at what she can do, Skye agrees to go with Gordon. May helps Coulson escape from Gonzales, and he soon finds Hunter, who agrees to become a permanent agent. Skye's guide is the founder of Afterlife, Jiaying, while Gordon will guide Raina, who still wants to die. When Gonzales asks Fitz and Simmons to help them open Fury's toolbox, Fitz refuses and decides to leave S. Coulson and Hunter steal a quinjet from Gonzales' agents with the help of Agent , who has been hunting Hydra scientist Dr. List, and found him experimenting on gifted people. With the appearance of Peterson, Gonzales fears how many super powered operatives Coulson has, but believes that he still deserves fair representation, and so asks May to serve on their S. Coulson soon realizes that the person most involved in this Hydra threat that they can turn to is Ward. Skye is training with Jiaying, and begins to focus her abilities to manipulate objects'. Jiaying soon reveals that she is Skye's mother—Cal had pieced her back together, her healing factor revived her, and they searched for Skye, who S. Their relationship must remain a secret because once a member of their group stole Terrigen crystals for her daughter, who then forced her mother to hurt others to feed on their pain. They were stopped when May killed them both, scarring her for life. However, Jiaying and Skye do agree to join Cal for dinner, a moment that Raina apparently foresaw in a dream. Fitz opens the toolbox, and uses it to contact Coulson. Ward uses the brainwashed Bakshi, along with Peterson, to get close to List, and they learn that he has been tracking Gordon and seeks to capture him. Jiaying intends to banish Cal from Afterlife, but Skye fears he may harm innocents, and so goes with him, before calling May for help. Simmons hacks into Peterson's cybernetic eye, and through his video feed S. May sends Bobbi and Mack. As Cal is enjoying spending time with Skye, they discover that Lincoln is spying on them, and Cal realizes Jiaying's plans. Hydra tracks Gordon's movements to Cal's office, and attack before Cal can do anything about Lincoln. Hydra captures Peterson and Lincoln. Skye is almost reunited with Coulson, but Gordon takes her and Cal away. When Bobbi and Mack arrive, Coulson surrenders to them. Greenberg April 28, 2015 2015-04-28 4. Raina foresees Skye saving Lincoln's life, and they convince Gordon to take her to S. Coulson, May, Skye, Fitz, Simmons, and Ward infiltrate the Hydra base with the help of Bakshi on the inside. Simmons and Ward save Peterson, but Simmons attempts to kill Ward for all that he has done to them. Bakshi sacrifices himself to save Ward, who decides to leave by himself. Skye does save Lincoln, while Coulson discovers the base of Hydra's leader, Baron. He gives the location to so that the can defeat Hydra. Ward leaves Palamas with S. Raina has a vision of an ancient Kree weapon, designed to destroy the —those who were altered by the Kree. Gordon takes her to search for it, finding it in the cargo hold of Gonzales' ship. Palamas reveals Ward's true plan when she helps him kidnap Morse. Gonzales leads a delegation to Afterlife to meet Jiaying and index the community. Raina foresees war if Jiaying meets with S. When Jiaying and Gonzales meet, she delivers Cal into S. Ward tortures Morse, wanting her to confess to the fact that she had revealed Palamas' location to Hydra while undercover there. Realizing that Morse is confident in her actions, Ward sets a trap that will end with a S. However, Morse takes a bullet meant for Hunter, barely surviving, while Ward accidentally kills Palamas while she is disguised as May. As part of Jiaying's plan, Cal takes a serum that he created to give himself Inhuman strength. However, it is also killing him, and Coulson helps him see the truth: Jiaying is the true monster, and ever since Cal had pieced her back together she had been convincing him to do terrible things, including bringing her humans, whose life she absorbs in order to heal and remain young. After failing to convince Skye that Jiaying is dangerous, Raina confronts Jiaying, who kills her. Seeing this, Skye turns her back on Jiaying. The Inhumans take her prisoner, and attack the S. Mack frees Skye, who warns Coulson of Jiaying's plan; Coulson, Fitz, and Cal infiltrate the ship. Fitz kills Gordon, preventing him from unleashing Terrigen mist through the ship's ventilation. However, Coulson loses a hand when he stops one of the crystals from shattering. Skye confronts Jiaying, who is attempting to spread more crystals around the world with a Quinjet. When Skye pushes the plane into the ocean, Jiaying begins draining her life, until Cal kills Jiaying. As traces of the crystals from the ocean make their way around the world, the Kree weapon, known as the Monolith, absorbs Simmons. Development In March 2014, executive producer stated at the Agents of S. PaleyFest panel that the writers are able to read the screenplays for upcoming to know where the universe is heading, which allowed them to form a plan for the show through the end of a third season. On May 8, 2014, the series was renewed for a second season of 22 episodes. We have very few resources. Everything we're going to do involves dealing with, still, finding out who's Hydra and who's not amongst our friends. I'm optimistic that we can keep the plane in the air a little longer. That's what television does well, it makes you care about people, and whether it's literal family or anytime you have a team of people working together, it takes on some sort of family metaphor. And at the same time, we had Skye growing up. We had her going from a slightly sulky hacker season one to training to become an agent to becoming our first full-fledged superhero and so as we grow up, we separate from our parents... In our minds, her mom wasn't a villain so much; she was an antagonist, but if you look at why she feels the way she does, Jiaying really earned that position. We always knew there was a potential to evolve Skye into something else. It took a little bit of time, but we were happy when we were able to land on Daisy Johnson, and actually have that work in our mythology. But as with everything that we do on the show, we pull from the properties, and we do our own spin to it. So we are kind of merging a few concepts and storylines. We've spent a season and a half with Skye. We've seen her evolve as a person, we've grown to like her as a person, we've seen her evolve as an agent. And now, finally bringing her to her origin story—I think there's just a lot more emotional weight to it, because you already know her as just Skye, and now she will have this ability that she may not understand, that she may not want... We're going to focus on Skye, and how that affects the people around her, and how the relationships may shift. Because we've seen through the course of our series so far; we've spoken about how S. What does that mean when one of your own is now considered someone with an ability? How do you categorize her? All that stuff is really interesting to us, and in television, because we have time to explore, we can take her origin on all sorts of different paths. I think her dad thinks she's Daisy, and we'll see if she ever gets to the point where she believes that that's something that she would want to call herself. But right now, she has her own identity. Really, only two humans had powers, Captain America and the Hulk. We had to be very responsible—we didn't want to dive into this show and have a new one every week, and have it feel like we disregarded everything that they spent so much money and time building in the films. Along those same lines, the origin of a power is always a complex thing—Marvel cares about it feeling grounded, it feeling scientific at some level. It's a way to introduce, into the MCU, the idea that people can be born with a power. They don't have to be engineered in a lab, they don't need to have some freak accident with a vat of acid. They can be born with this. You don't mess with the forces of nature without getting bitten, and the fact that he literally saved everyone on the ship by that crystal not shattering was a wonderful, heroic thing and showed you that at heart, Coulson is a heroic man whose actions back up his words. It's easy to kill a character for shock value or whatever, and we did have a number of deaths this season, but... This is something that came up in the room, we talked about what it meant... Casting Chloe Bennet portrays series regular Skye, who is revealed to be a version of Daisy Johnson in the season All principal cast members from the first season Gregg as , as Melinda May, as Grant Ward, as Skye, as Leo Fitz, and as Jemma Simmons returned for the second season, and were joined by as. In December 2014, main character Skye was revealed to be a version of Daisy Johnson. Also returning from earlier in the series are as Anne Weaver, as , B. Britt as Antoine Triplett, Imelda Corcoran as Goodman, as , as Raina, as , as , as , and as. At the in July 2014, was announced as portraying. In August, Kyle MacLachlan was cast as Skye's father, in a recurring role. She is also portrayed by other cast members, including Ming-Na Wen and Chloe Bennet, when she takes on the appearance of their characters. Other recurring guests include Jamie Harris as Gordon, as Sunil Bakshi, as Jiaying, as Lincoln Campbell, and as. Additionally, , , , and reprise their roles from and , as , , Dr. List, and , respectively, during the season. Design During the season, the producers worked with of Optic Nerve Studios to help create Raina's Inhuman look, and introduce the Inhumans to the MCU. To get to the final look, the writers spent a lot of time discussing what her transformed look would entail, such as if she would have a nose, or a tail, with series writer Drew Greenberg eventually suggesting thorns. And she gets so much of who Raina is through the eyes. This new logo uses the shape of 's original shield, as opposed to the updated round shape, and has 3 stars on it. Filming Production on the season began in late July 2014, in. I had a theme that associated itself with Centipede, The Clairvoyant, and Raina. That theme ultimately functioned like a Hydra Theme. I had a theme for Victoria Hand that, while the audience briefly suspected her, also functioned as the Hydra Theme. It got so complicated... The answer was obvious: I needed to write a new Hydra Theme, one that could be associated with Dr. Chris was thrilled and sent me his scores for reference. The Avengers is the big tent that all the franchises play under. Obviously, we're included in that. Agent Carter seems to be about S. Anyway we can tie things together, we're going to try to do it, but it is hard when the stories are 60 years apart. The season confirms that the blue alien seen in the first season, and a recurring plot point this season, was a member of the race, who play a significant role in Guardians of the Galaxy. When we were breaking that and sussing out what this arc would be, we had to have a lot of the pieces in place from the get go... In Guardians, we saw parts in our universe that we hadn't explored yet, so it shows we're a part of that too. Explaining this decision, Bell said, One of our challenges last year was to produce 22 episodes that aired over, what, 40 weeks? And the age of re-runs is dead. What this allows us to do is minimize repeats. We're showing ten episodes, and there has to be a gap or two because it's physically impossible to produce ten shows and get through post production in time, we can't do that so there's going to be a Marvel special at some point. But pretty much every week you're showing up and we're there, and then instead of a repeat showing up mid-run and losing momentum, Agent Carter comes in and has its own cool stuff, and they're running eight weeks in a row, then we can come back and run twelve in a row with no interruptions. We're still producing our show every week but it just gives us time, barely, to finish 22 on schedule. It takes out the need for repeats in the back half. The season began airing on September 23, 2014, on ABC in the United States, and on in Canada, and concluded on May 12, 2015. In Australia, the season debuted on September 29, 2014, on , while in the United Kingdom premiered the season on October 24, 2014. Marketing A motion poster released in December 2014, showing the shift in focus from Hydra in the first half of the season to the Inhumans in the second. The different artists were once again chosen to create the teaser posters, based on their previous work and how it connected to the themes and emotion of the intended episode. And then we have a conversation with them about how we'd like to portray that, and then we try to lean into the strengths that they have. Some are more graphic, some are more character based, some are more composite, and some are cleaner. And it also goes to the fact that she's been imitating other people as she did with Agent May. The poster was designed by Delicious Design League. For Part Two, artist Joshua Budich brought together all of the main players of the season, divided into Coulson and his team, and those who served as antagonists to them throughout the season though not necessarily villains , with Skye and some Terrigen crystals in the middle, pointing to Skye's confused allegiances and the importance of the crystals in the finale. Home media The season began streaming on on June 11, 2015, and was released on September 18, 2015, on and as an exclusive. It also had an average total 18-49 rating of 2. Critical response The website reports a 97% approval rating with an average score of 7. Last year I criticised the pilot episode for, above all else, failing to recreate the feel of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This year, it's only fair that I praise the season opener for doing exactly that. Eric Goldman of scored the episode an 8. The scripts could use more energy, the action could be better choreographed, and it could use a huge injection of style for both the visual and audio elements. There's so much potential in Agents Of S. Analysis The season's introduction of the Inhumans and apparent willingness to establish new norms ahead of the films has been highlighted by critics: Sava felt that having the series introduce the race made Agents of S. Stuff happens in the movies, and Agents Of S. 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