For fans of “Agents of SHIELD,” Tuesday is typically a night during the season where you’ve got a chance to check out some new episodes of the show. Unfortunately, that’s not happening again for a little while, but hopefully this latest bit of Daisy scoop will tide you over.
Through some of the second half of season 4, we saw some painful material for the character courtesy of the whole “Fallen Agent” arc, where she was forced to confront some of her demons and tackle some of the danger that existed out there for her in the world thanks to Hive. Without him, it’s going to put her in an interesting place, especially since there is a secret that she is keeping to herself. For more on that, just take a look at what Chloe Bennet said to Entertainment Weekly:
“Though Daisy is basically in a self-imposed exile at the moment, I have to wonder whether the team will find out she was ready to crawl back to Hive given the chance. ‘The two people who know she did that are both dead, so no one else knows.’ There must be a moment coming up in the next season where she reveals that. I think she feels like she can’t get close to people because wherever she goes, death follows. That hit home with her, especially this time.’ Bring on Dark Daisy!”
So where will this “Dark Daisy” story end? That’s one of the greatest mysteries, but not the only one given that there are questions surrounding the Director, and also to a certain extent who the new Big Bad on the show is going to even be in the wake of all that has transpired.
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Hey everyone! First of all, I want to apologize with the lack of updates as of late. I’ve been slacking on posting news and I’m sorry about that. I will make a news post soon. Chloe hasn’t barely made any appearances since Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has aired except to fan conventions. I do not post fan photos without permission which is why there are none of her from these events. I will work on trying to find actual publicity photos of her at the event.
This summer I will be working on updating the content on this site as well as my other fansites so check back for news on that.
In the meantime, here are a set of missing Chloe photos that I had saved but never got around to adding to the site. I’ll be working on getting her newest photos online in a more timely manner. Thanks!
It’s odd to think that, once upon a time, a TV show set in space — one that declared, in its opening narration, as the cosmos being the “final frontier” — was considered the pop-cultural equivalent of an unwanted party-crasher. Yes, a concept like Star Trek was both of its time and clearly ahead of it; history has more than vindicated Gene Rodenberry’s notion of boldly going where no man had gone before. But given the number of top-notch shows set in the far reaches of the galaxy and that used genre for pulpy and profound purposes over the last 30 or so years, it seems crazy to think that one of the most groundbreaking SF series was a network pariah and a ratings dud. Today, there’s an entire cable network devoted to this kind of programming. You can’t turn on your TV/Roku/cut-cord viewing device without bumping into spaceships, alien invasion and wonky sci-fi food-for-thought.
Science fiction has been around in one form or another since the early-ish days of television, both here and abroad, and its legacy now looms larger than ever. So what better time to count down the 40 best sci-fi TV shows of all time? From anime classics to outer-space soap operas, spooky British anthology shows to worst-case-scenario postapocalyptic dramas, primetime pop hits to obscure but beloved cult classics, here are our choices for the best the television genre has to offer — submitted, for your approval.
#27: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
While only sticklers tend to append the possessive sobriquet “Marvel’s” to this show’s title, it’s absolutely worth noting: After all, S.H.I.E.L.D.’s mission is to dance between the raindrops of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s constant stream of big-screen blockbusters, reflecting changes to the status quo while still telling an engaging story about a team of super-spies in its own right. Ambitious action set pieces and likable performances from series leads Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennett ensure that it succeeds. STC
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Warning: The following contains major spoilers from tonight’s new episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. If you haven’t tuned in yet, you may want to click away. Consider yourselves warned.
We had a feeling that whatever Hive had up his (their?) sleeve after returning to Earth was going to be pretty major, but we had no idea it was going to literally put all of humanity into jeopardy.
As the team swung into action on tonight’s all-new episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to rescue an infected Daisy (Chloe Bennet)—who was quaking the entire S.H.I.E.L.D. compound apart after revealing she’d been turned when we last saw her—she and Hive (Brett Dalton) embarked on their demented SkyeWard reunion, which also involved collecting more Inhumans to infect and apparently buying a whole damn town.
At first, Hive’s plan sounds beautiful. Admirable, even. “After we’re finished, there will be no more war. No more pain. Especially now that we’re together,” he told Daisy. Who among us doesn’t want to see an end to war and pain? Let’s hear more!
“It’s time we took back this planet,” he continued. “Made it the home Inhumans have always deserved.” Oh. Um. Maybe we should’ve stopped while we were ahead.
Of course, none of this was alarming to Daisy. She’s always wanted a family, a place to belong, and, as Fitz (Iain De Ceastecker) and Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) have discovered, Hive’s parasitic control has her all doped up on pleasure. “It’s like this emptiness I’ve always had is gone,” she says. Hoo boy, this is one habit that’s going to be hard to kick.
That’s not to say that there isn’t a plan to rescue Daisy. The team always has a plan and, tonight, that involved FitzSimmons heading off to Romania to find the disgraced Dr. Holden Radcliffe (John Hannah), a rumored transhumanist (think people who replace body parts with tech a la Coulson’s hand, though not out of necessity, but a desire to become something more than human) who they believe to be their best hope at disinfecting their fallen agent. Little did they know that it was a race to Radcliffe’s lair.
After Daisy and Hive scooped up Alisha (an Inhuman who can send doubles of herself elsewhere) and James (that Australian guy from last week who hadn’t gone through Terrigenesis yet)—as well a mysterious object buried beneath James’ house that Hive only refers to as “the only thing that can destroy me”—they hightail it to Romania and snatch Radcliffe right out from Fitz’s hands. Daisy tries to tell Fitz that she doesn’t want to have to hurt him or Simmons, but it’s a bit of a mixed message because she’s also using her quake powers to nearly choke him to death.
While Fitz was having the life almost squeezed out of him, Simmons was cornered by Hive, allowing her to encounter whatever of Will is actually left inside. Sensing not very much, she fired off three shots into his gut before getting away, but it didn’t do any lasting damage to the insane Inhuman because the episode closed with he and his band of happy host heads, along with the captured Radcliffe, walking down an empty street as Hive revealed even more of his plan.
“We are one organism, seeking change. And with your help we’re gonna redefine humanity, permanently,” he told the doctor. How, you ask? “By recreating the same Kree experiment that was done to me. And this is where it all begins.” And no, not in the house they’re standing outside of. He means the whole freaking town. It might be time for Coulson to call in some of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s friends for help. Where are the Avengers when you need ’em?