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Agent Carter – Time and Tide

Major spoilers in the following review!

“Agent Carter” continues with our main agent continuing to search for the missing Stark weapons. After the explosive events of the last episode, the license plate from one of Howard Stark’s vehicles was left behind at the scene. 741 more words

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Episode Title: The Blitzkrieg Button

Original Airdate: 1-27-15

‘Agent Carter’ returns after a one-week break with an episode that is hopefully setting up the remaining half of the 8-episode mini-series. 867 more words

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Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters have two of the most challenging (yet enviable) jobs in Hollywood, serving as showrunners on ABC’s “Agent Carter” and “Resurrection,” two high-concept dramas with vocal fanbases and — following the breakout success of “Resurrection” and the blockbuster track record of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe — plenty of scrutiny. 1,845 more words


Take me to Broadchurch

Commissioning a second season of a superb standalone drama is a risky business so when ITV decided to give Broadchurch a second bite at the apple nobody was quite sure what would happen. 514 more words


Peggy, Howard, & Jarvis In New Promotional Still For ‘Agent Carter’

Marvel has released new promotional still for ‘Agent Carter’ featuring Hayley Atwell, Dominic Cooper, and James D’Arcy.

Official Synopsis:

It’s 1946 and peace has dealt Peggy a serious blow as she finds herself marginalized when the men return home from fighting abroad.

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Premiere Particulars: Agent Carter

You know, the next time I have the nerve to doubt Marvel, I should really just slap myself. Because I didn’t think The Avengers would work, and I was kind of uncertain about… 963 more words

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TV Review: Agent Carter, 1.03, 'Time and Tide'

“Another week, another glowing MacGuffin; Peggy’s on a roll, recovering these mad scientist gizmos. The ride continues, though in “Time and Tide,” it grows bumpier thanks to ghosts from the past and a near-miss with reckless ambition. 86 more words

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