‘Agents of SHIELD’ 3×1 – SHIELD try and track down a group hunting Inhumans

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Agents of SHIELD is quickly becoming one of the most anticipated shows for people to watch week to week. It ties in with the Marvel movies that come out each year so it offers more of a story for fans to enjoy. It also fives deeper into the Marvel Universe, a lot further then we have ever been. Last season, we watched Skye come to terms with her family as she gets to know both of her parents and learns that maybe they are not what she had hoped they would be. She learns to control her powers which allow her now to be a member of SHIELD with no limitations. Ward is off doing his own thing, but gets sucked back in when his new love interest gets killed, after getting tricked and accidentally killing her, so expect him to come back this season with a vengeance. A few agents almost died over the season, including Bobbi, Daisy, and Fitz, but they all did pull through. Simmons did get sucked into the Montalist that Coulson and the SHIELD fought to shut down.

This season, we will dive deeper into the world. The season finale ended with some of the Terrigen formula that made Daisy have her powers. They finally found someone to help like Daisy and they are going to try to help him. Fitz is going to try (and probably obsess) about finding Simmons, while Bobbi is going to take a step back from field work and help Fitz and Simmons in the labs. In the season opener, called ‘Laws of Nature’, SHIELD help a man named, Joey, who is going through the change while they try and figure out who is hunting Inhumans.

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The show, to no surprise, starts off with some excitement as Skye (who is now calling herself Daisy), Hunter, and Mack as they extract a man named Joey who is going through the same change that Daisy went through the last season. Meanwhile, Coulson is able to get a picture of the person hunting them down to kill the other people who will be going through the change.

The woman, named Roslyn, that is collecting them is doing some kind of experimentation on them. Perhaps to try and figure out how to make her own, or just because she is trying to understand how they came into existence. When Coulson has a way to reach out to her, he walks into a trap.

Fitz is searching for any way possible to try and figure out how to save Simmons. He makes some bold and quite dangerous choices to get information, but it works out for him in the end. Fitz has proven time and time again that he’s not afraid to risk anything in order to keep Simmons safe. That was obvious in the season one finale. Hunter is doing his own research to (presumably Ward) as he looks to get his own kind of revenge.

MARVEL'S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. - "Laws of Nature" - "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." returns for an action-packed third season on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. On the season premiere episode, "Laws of Nature," when Coulson and the team discover a new Inhuman, S.H.I.E.L.D. comes face to face with another organization searching for powered people. And still reeling from Simmons' dramatic disappearance, Fitz goes to extreme lengths to try to learn how to get her back. (ABC/Kelsey McNeal) CHLOE BENNET, LUKE MITCHELL

Daisy and Mack try and ask Lincoln to come back and help with Joey, but they get an expected surprise when an alien named comes and attacks the hospital looking for Inhumans. It gets away before they can detain it.

As the show comes to a close, Coulson tries to convince not only Fitz but the rest SHIELD that they need to move on without Simmons and May because they may never come back. But Fitz doesn’t accept it because he doesn’t want to believe Simmons is dead. And he is right. Simmons is not dead. Just in the middle of what looks like another planet. A similar one that we seen in Thor.

In the next episode, Ward returns with a plan to rebuild Hydra, while Coulson helps Fitz try and save Simmons.

What did you think of the show?

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