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"What now, Miss Carter?" "Now. I go to work." ― Edwin Jarvis and Peggy Carter [src] Marvel's Agent Carter, or simply Agent Carter, is an American television series based on the Marvel Comics character Peggy Carter. It is the second television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It was produced by Marvel Television and aired on the ABC network.

It is set after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger and before Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter. The first season premiered on January 6, 2015, and concluded on February 24, 2015.

Agen carter second season premiered on January 19, 2016, and concluded on March 1, 2016. On May 12, 2016, the series was canceled by ABC. [1] Contents • 1 Season Synopses • 1.1 Season One • 1.2 Season Two • 2 Cast • 2.1 Starring Cast • 2.2 Recurring Cast • 2.3 Marvel Cinematic Universe Guest Stars • 3 Posters • 4 Videos • 5 Production • 6 References • 7 External Links Season Synopses Season One Years before Agent Coulson and his S.H.I.E.L.D.

team swore to protect those who cannot protect themselves from threats they cannot conceive, there was Agent Peggy Carter, who pledged the same oath but lived in a different time when women weren't recognized as being as smart or as tough as their male counterparts.

But no one should ever underestimate Peggy. It's 1946 and peace has dealt Peggy a serious blow as she finds herself marginalized when the men return home from fighting abroad. Working for agen carter covert SSR, Peggy finds herself stuck doing administrative work when she would rather be back out in the field; putting her vast skills into play and taking down the bad guys. But she is also trying to navigate life as a single woman in America, in the wake of losing the love of her life, Agen carter Rogers – aka Agen carter America.

When old acquaintance Howard Stark finds himself being framed for unleashing his deadliest weapons to anyone willing to pony up the cash, he contacts Peggy - the only person he can trust - to track agen carter those responsible, dispose of the weapons, and clear his name. He empowers his butler, Edwin Jarvis, to be at her beck and call when needed to help assist her as she investigates and tracks down those responsible for releasing agen carter weapons of mass destruction.

But Jarvis, who is a creature of habit agen carter sticks to a rigid daily routine, is going to have to make some major life changes if he's going to be able to keep up with Peggy. If caught going on these secret missions for Stark, Peggy could be targeted as a traitor and spend the rest of her days in prison – or worse.

And as she delves deeper into her investigation, she may find that those she works for are not who they seem, and she might even begin to question whether Stark is as innocent as he claims. Season Two Dedicated to the fight against new Atomic Age threats in the wake of World War II, Agent Carter journeys from New York City to Los Angeles for her most dangerous agen carter and bizarre – assignment yet. East Coast SSR Chief Jack Thompson sends Peggy to work with newly appointed West Coast SSR Chief Daniel Sousa to explore a strange homicide involving a body that glows and emanates cold.

Upon her arrival, Peggy reunites with Howard Stark’s butler and her loyal partner-in-crime, Edwin Jarvis, who welcomes her to the Hollywood life and sets her up at Stark’s mansion. There, Peggy meets Ana, Jarvis’ free-spirited and devoted wife to whom she takes an immediate liking. Eventually, the odd investigation leads Peggy to quirky yet charming scientist Jason Wilkes, who quickly becomes an ally — and sparks fly. Agen carter Peggy continues to find clues in this peculiar case, she is introduced to the machinations of Whitney Frost, a movie starlet, brilliant physicist, and the true power behind husband and senatorial candidate Calvin Chadwick.

Calvin, a agen carter who will do anything to get to the top, befriends Vernon Masters, a veteran of the War Department with a keen understanding of how to work the system. Peggy soon discovers that corruption seemingly runs deep, making it hard to distinguish the good versus the bad. The search comes full circle when Russian spy Dottie Underwood returns into Peggy's life in a new and unexpected way.

But even as Peggy discovers a new city, both old and new friends – and potentially a new love – she's about to learn the bright lights of post-war Hollywood mask a more sinister threat to everyone she is sworn to agen carter. [2] Cast Starring Cast • Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter (Seasons 1-2) • James D'Arcy as Edwin Jarvis (Seasons 1-2) • Chad Michael Murray as Jack Thompson (Seasons 1-2) • Enver Gjokaj as Daniel Sousa (Seasons 1-2) • Shea Whigham as Roger Dooley † (Season 1) Recurring Cast • Dominic Cooper as Howard Stark (Seasons 1-2) • Lyndsy Fonseca as Angie Agen carter (Seasons 1-2) • Bridget Regan as Dottie Underwood (Seasons 1-2) • Kyle Bornheimer as Ray Krzeminski † (Season 1) • Meagen Fay as Miriam Fry (Season 1) • Ralph Brown as Johann Fennhoff (Season 1) • Alexander Carroll as Agent Yauch † (Season 1) • Lesley Boone as Rose Roberts (Seasons 1-2) • Wynn Everett as Whitney Frost (Season 2) • Reggie Austin as Doctor Jason Wilkes (Season 2) • Agen carter Graham as Calvin Chadwick † (Season 2) • Lotte Verbeek as Ana Jarvis (Season 2) • Kurtwood Smith as Vernon Masters (Season 2) • Matt Braunger as Doctor Aloysius Samberly (Season 2) • Ken Marino as Joseph Manfredi (Season 2) Marvel Cinematic Universe Guest Stars • Neal McDonough as Dum Dum Dugan (Season 1) • Costa Ronin as Doctor Anton Vanko (Season 1) • Toby Jones as Doctor Arnim Zola (Season 1) Posters Marvel's Agent Carter Season 2 Promo (HD) Production In July 2013, Louis D'Esposito teased a potential Agent Carter television series after a screening of Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter at San Diego Comic-Con.

[3] In March 2014, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely stated that, while the series had not been greenlit, Hayley Atwell still remained interested. In addition, they added that Howard Stark would be a recurring character and the series would be set around 1946, occurring in the middle of the timeline established in the One-Shot.

Both envisioned the series being limited, with approximately 13 episodes, instead of the conventional 22. [4] On May 8, 2014, ABC officially ordered the series.

[5] References • ↑ Agent Agen carter Cancelled at ABC • ↑ Learn More About Peggy's New Mission In Full Synopsis For AGENT CARTER Season 2 • ↑ Agent Carter crashes the boys' club • ↑ Screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely Talk AGENT CARTER TV Series; Reveal Timeline, Plot and Planned Episode Count • ↑ ABC renews 'SHIELD' plus orders 'Captain America' spin-off External Links • Marvel's Agent Carter Website • Agent Carter (TV series) on Wikipedia • Agent Carter (TV series) on IMDb • Agent Carter (TV series) on Twitter • Agent Carter (TV series) on Instagram • Agen carter Carter (TV series) on Facebook • Agent Carter (TV series) on Disney+ • Agent Carter (TV series) on Agen carter • Agent Carter (TV series) on Marvel Database Agent Carter Season One Now is Not the End • Bridge and Tunnel • Time and Tide • The Blitzkrieg Button • The Iron Ceiling • A Sin to Err • SNAFU • Valediction Season Two The Lady in the Lake • A View in the Dark • Better Angels • Smoke & Mirrors • The Atomic Job • Life of the Party • Monsters • The Edge of Mystery • A Little Song and Dance • Hollywood Ending Running time 15 minutes [1] Country United States Language English Agent Carter is a 2013 American direct-to-video short film featuring the Marvel Comics character Peggy Carter, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.

It is a follow up to the 2011 feature film Captain America: The First Avenger, and is the fourth Marvel One-Shot short film set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), sharing continuity with the films of the franchise. The film is directed by Louis D'Esposito from a screenplay by Eric Pearson, and stars Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter, along with Bradley Whitford and Dominic Cooper. In Agent Carter, Peggy Carter sets out on a solo mission to acquire the mysterious Zodiac while facing sexism post-World War II at the SSR, a precursor to S.H.I.E.L.D.

A Marvel One-Shot featuring Peggy Carter was in the works for some time before Atwell signed on to star in it, reprising her role from the Captain America films.

D'Esposito, co-president of Marvel Studios and an executive producer agen carter the feature films, aimed to replicate the period setting of Captain America: The First Avenger, while also giving the short a more modern, superhero feel. The film was a more ambitious production than previous One-Shots, with more action scenes and visual effects required than previously.

Several other characters from Marvel Cinematic Universe films also appear, including Cooper reprising his role of Howard Stark. The short was released on the home media release of Iron Man 3, and was received positively by critics and the audience from an earlier screening at San Diego Comic-Con. It won a Golden Reel Award. This response led to ABC ordering a television series expansion of the short, Agent Carter, which aired from January 2015 to March 2016, over two seasons.

Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • agen carter Production • 3.1 Development • 3.2 Filming • 3.3 Post-production • 4 Music • 5 Release • 6 Reception • agen carter Television series • 8 References • 9 External links Plot [ edit ] One year after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger, [2] Agent Peggy Carter is now a member of the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR). She faces sexism from her boss, Agent John Flynn, who treats her condescendingly and keeps her compiling data and code breaking while assigning field cases to agen carter male agents.

The SSR's main concern is the mysterious Zodiac, which they have been unable to recover for some time. One night alone in the office while the men are out together, Carter answers the case line to hear of the location of the Zodiac.

Though three to five agents are recommended, Carter decides to go to the location herself. Fighting off multiple guards, Carter is able to retrieve the Zodiac, a mysterious serum, herself.

The next day, Flynn reprimands her for not going agen carter the proper procedures to complete the mission, and dismisses the indignant Carter as just an "old flame" of Captain America's who was given her current job out of pity for her bereavement.

However, before he can officially punish her, the case line rings again, this time with Howard Stark on the other end, who informs Flynn that Carter will co-head the newly created S.H.I.E.L.D. In a mid-credits scene, Dum Dum Dugan is seen poolside with Stark, marveling at two women wearing the newly created bikinis. Cast [ edit ] Production on the short began when Hayley Atwell agreed to reprise her role from Captain America: The First Avenger.

• Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter: An SSR agent forced to work in data analysis and code breaking since the end of World War II, [3] Carter reprises her role from Captain America: The First Avenger. On the character starring in her own short film, director Louis D'Esposito said that Marvel always wanted to do a Peggy Carter short since the character "was a fan-favorite and a Marvel Studios favorite".

D'Esposito enjoyed the moment when Carter uses her compact to view the bad guy, which was ad libbed during filming, because "that's the essence of what she's about and what the film's about. Not only is she—especially in that time—a woman in a man's world, she still maintains her femininity". [4] • Bradley Whitford as John Flynn: Carter's SSR boss. [3] [5] • Dominic Cooper as Howard Stark: The co-head and co-founder of S.H.I.E.L.D., [3] Cooper reprises his role from Captain America: The First Avenger.

In the short, as an easter egg, Stark is seen wearing the same robe that his son Tony wears in Iron Man 2. [2] Neal McDonough reprises his role of Timothy "Dum Dum" Dugan from previous Marvel Cinematic Universe films, and Chris Evans appears as Steve Rogers / Captain America via archive footage from The First Avenger. Shane Black, director and co-writer of Iron Man 3, voices the "Disembodied Voice", the caller on the other end of the case line.

[3] Production [ edit ] Development [ edit ] In August 2011, Marvel Studios announced that a couple of short films would be released direct-to-video, [6] which were designed to be self-contained stories and known as Marvel One-Shots.

[1] Co-producer Brad Winderbaum said "It's a fun way to experiment with new characters and ideas, but more importantly it's a way for us to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe and tell stories that live outside the plot of our features." [6] One of the ideas developed as a potential One-Shot was a spin-off from Captain America: The First Avenger, following the story of Peggy Carter after the events of that film.

The idea was looked at again when Marvel was deciding on a short film to produce for the home media release of Iron Man 3 in 2013, and it was chosen for the spot, dependent on actress Hayley Atwell's availability.

[7] Marvel Studios co-president Louis D'Esposito, who directed the previous One-Shot, Item 47, returned as director, [7] [8] while writer Eric Pearson also returned from the previous One-Shots. [2] [1] D'Esposito noted that the short had twice the budget of Item 47, but the same amount of shooting time so "the scope of it is much bigger.

It's set in a period, there are more actors involved, the scale's bigger, there are three fight scenes—we've never had that in any of [the previous One-Shots]." [9] Atwell agreed to agen carter project after watching Item 47, and due to her love for the character and potential "to show off some of her skill sets" that were not seen in the film.

Atwell worked for three days with the stunt team to rehearse the pre-choreographed fight sequences for the short. [10] D'Esposito elaborated on the decision to focus on Carter, saying, "It's telling the best story, and finding that story we want to tell—whether it's connectivity to the Marvel Universe, or it's highlighting a character. In the case of Hayley, it's a little bit of both. We wanted to tell Agen carter Carter's story—she's been left back in the '40s.

Announcing to the world that she was running S.H.I.E.L.D. with Howard Stark is a great connectivity." [9] Filming [ edit ] Agent Carter was filmed over five days, [8] with Gabriel Beristain serving as cinematographer.

The budget did not allow for a storyboard artist to be hired, so D'Esposito, Winderbaum, and Beristain worked together to plan a shot list for the production using stand-in actors. The stunts were also pre-filmed to show the actors. D'Esposito explained that having the shots planned helped with planning the visual effects for the film.

[7] The mid-credits scene with Neal McDonough as Agen carter Dum Dugan was planned to show the character in a pool, but had to be changed on set to taking place beside the pool when it was found that the muscle suit McDonough wears to portray the character could not get wet. [2] D'Esposito chose to differentiate the short from The First Avenger by avoiding the sepia tone used for that film by director Joe Johnston, instead using a cooler blue color.

The production used two old lenses (for both night and day) that gave the short some "better" lens flares that D'Esposito felt gave the period setting a more modern feel. D'Esposito used a Steadicam or a camera dolly for the action sequences, to avoid a "quick cutty or blurry or shaky" feel. D'Esposito said that the crew was ultimately "pushing our limit" to get the planned shots on schedule, and he eventually realized that he "wasn't going to get every shot and I wasn't going to get every punch and kick, so what we do is get the optimum".

[7] Post-production [ edit ] External video Agent Carter Title Sequence presents the short film's main-on-end title sequence, YouTube video from Perception's channel Visual effects shots of 1940s New York from Captain America: The First Avenger were reused in the short for budgetary reasons.

[11] D'Esposito noted the sequence where Carter comes "flying with the gun into the door" and the last fight, when Carter is "being attacked by the big guy", were both created with visual effects elements after they ran out of time to complete filming on them on set. [7] In early 2013, Marvel approached visual effects company Perception to create the main-on-end title sequence for the short.

Visual effects supervisor Sheena Duggal was told to retell the story of the short in 90 seconds, so she decided to use stylized versions of imagery from the period and the short itself. A mixture of 2D and 3D animation was used to achieve a final 2D look. [12] Music [ edit ] Composer Christopher Lennertz, who previously collaborated with D'Esposito on the One-Shot Item 47, composed the music for Agent Carter. [13] Like the rest of the short, D'Esposito wanted the music to reflect the period setting, but to have a modern feel to it as well, so he sent Lennertz Johnny Rivers' " Secret Agent Man" as a reference track, despite it having been released in the 1960s, since it had the feel and sentiment D'Esposito was looking for.

[7] Release [ edit ] Agent Carter was first shown in full at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International. [3] It was then released on the Iron Agen carter 3 home media, first on September 3, 2013, in digital download form, and then on Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray on September 24, 2013. [14] [1] D'Esposito said that it was decided to release the short along with Iron Man 3 because "the time was right", with Captain America: The Winter Soldier agen carter released in theaters several months later.

[2] The short is also included on the bonus disc of the " Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Agen carter Collection" box set, which includes all of the Phase Two films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as the other Marvel Agen carter. The collection features audio commentary from D'Esposito and Atwell, and was released on December 8, 2015.

[15] After being available on Disney+ under the "Extras" tab of Iron Man 3, the short was given its own listing on the agen carter service for the last two weeks of Agen carter 2021, and then was removed for unspecified reasons. [16] [17] It returned to Disney+ on January 21, 2022, along with the other One-Shots and the Team Thor films. [18] Reception [ edit ] Rosie Fletcher of Total Film noted that the short was well received by the audience at Comic Con, and praised Atwell's performance.

She said the short "looks great and packs some euphoric action moments". [3] Andy Hunsaker at Crave Online gave the short a score of 8.5 out of 10, calling it a fun treat that "gives its title character the send-off she deserves", and hoping that it would lead to further female-focused properties from Marvel. [19] IGN's Scott Collura called Atwell "the big-screen female superhero we've all been waiting for.

She kicks so much agen carter in this short story with such aplomb, using not just brawn but also brains, and it's all very clever and fun." He felt the short seemed more of a proof-of-concept that female-based superhero projects could work, but that "Atwell never loses touch with her feminine side" either.

[20] The Movie Ramblings review of the short highlighted its "short, sharp and agen carter script mixed with some equally sharp action" and D'Esposito's direction, naming it the best Marvel One-Shot at that point.

[21] Flickering Myth called the short "a great effort. A nice, compact story that gives us a lot of great moments with the character." The reviewer felt Flynn made a "great foil" to Carter, and also noted the "great cameos and a post credit scene that should put a smile on everybody's face.

Agent Carter is another great Marvel offering that shows how committed they are to the idea of an expanded universe where these great characters get time to shine." [22] The short won the Golden Reel Award for Best Sound & Music Editing: Direct to Video – Live Agen carter. [23] Television series [ agen carter ] Main article: Agent Carter (TV series) Marvel's Agent Carter, a television series inspired by the short film also starring Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter, [24] was ordered by ABC on May 8, 2014, [25] and began its first season of eight agen carter on January 6, 2015.

[26] Dominic Cooper and Neal McDonough also reprised their role of Stark and Dugan in the series, [27] [28] while D'Esposito directed the first episode, [29] and Christopher Lennertz returned to compose the music.

[30] The series was created by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, writers on the Captain America films, with Tara Butters, Michele Fazekas, and Chris Dingess serving as showrunners.

[31] The series takes place in the middle of the short, before Carter learns that she will be co-head of S.H.I.E.L.D., [32] where she secretly assists Stark with a mission, unbeknownst to the SSR. [33] The series was renewed for a second season on May 7, 2015, [34] consisting of 10 episodes. [35] ABC canceled Agent Carter on May 12, 2016. [36] References [ edit ] • ^ a b c d Graser, Marc (July 23, 2013).

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Agent Carter Serie de televisión También conocido como Agen carter Agent Carter Títulos en español Agente Carter Género Acción Aventura Ciencia ficción Creado por Christopher Markus Stephen McFeely Basado en Peggy Carter por Stan Lee y Jack Kirby Protagonistas Hayley Atwell James D'Arcy Chad Michael Murray Enver Gjokaj Shea Whigham Dominic Cooper Wynn Everett Reggie Austin Compositor(es) Christopher Lennertz País de origen Estados Unidos Idioma(s) original(es) Inglés N.º de temporadas 2 N.º de episodios 18 ( lista de episodios) Producción Productor(es) ejecutivo(s) Tara Butters Michele Fazekas Christopher Markus Stephen McFeely Chris Dingess Kevin Feige Louis D'Esposito Alan Fine Joe Quesada Stan Lee Jeph Loeb Productor(es) Sara E.

White Lugar(es) de producción Los Ángeles, California Cinematografía Gabriel Beristain (temp. 1) Edward Agen carter. Pei (temp. 2) Editor(es) Mark Hartzell Chris Peppe Christopher Cooke Troy Takaki David Siegel Andrew Doerfer Duración 41-43 minutos Empresa(s) productora(s) ABC Studios Marvel Television F&B Fazekas & Butters Distribuidor Disney–ABC Domestic Agen carter Lanzamiento Medio de difusión ABC Formato de imagen 720p ( HDTV) Formato de audio 5.1 surround sound Primera emisión 6 de enero de 2015 Última emisión 1 de marzo de 2016 [ editar datos en Wikidata] Marvel's Agent Carter, o simplemente Agent Carter, es una serie de televisión estadounidense, basada en el cortometraje One-Shot de Marvel Studios del mismo nombre y en el personaje de Marvel Comics Peggy Carter, con Hayley Atwell retomando el papel que ya había interpretado en la cinta Capitán América: el primer vengador ( 2011).

Situada en el Universo Cinematográfico de Marvel, fue producida por Marvel Television y transmitida por la cadena ABC. La serie fue ordenada oficialmente el 8 de mayo de 2014, y se estrenó el 6 de enero de 2015 durante la mitad de la segunda temporada de Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

[1 ]​ El 7 de mayo de 2015 se anunció la renovación de la serie para una segunda temporada de diez episodios estrenada el 19 de enero de 2016. El 12 de mayo de 2016 se anunció la cancelación de la serie por no alcanzar los niveles de índice de audiencia deseados, antes del estreno de agen carter película Capitán América: Civil War.

[2 ]​ Índice • 1 Argumento • 1.1 Primera temporada • 1.2 Segunda temporada • 2 Reparto • 3 Episodios • 3.1 Temporada 1 (2015) • 3.2 Temporada 2 (2016) • 4 Producción • 5 Agen carter • 5.1 Índices de audiencia • 5.2 Críticas • 5.3 Análisis • 5.4 Nominaciones • 6 Futuro • 6.1 Podcast agen carter sugerido • 6.2 Tercera temporada planificada • 6.3 Películas y otras series de televisión • 6.4 Posible reinicio • 7 Referencias • 8 Enlaces externos Argumento [ editar ] Primera temporada [ editar ] En 1946, después de acabar la guerra y de perder a su amado Capitán América, la agente Peggy Carter trabaja en la Reserva Científica Estratégica en Nueva York, siendo menospreciada por sus compañeros hombres.

Howard Stark que se ha convertido en un fugitivo tras ser injustamente inculpado de vender algunos de sus peligrosos inventos en el mercado negro, contacta con ella para que le ayude en diversas misiones para recuperarlos extraoficialmente.

Arriesgándose a ser agen carter de traición si agen carter descubierta, no podrá confiar en nadie más que en Edwin Jarvis, el formal mayordomo de Stark. [3 ]​ Segunda temporada [ editar ] Dedicada a la lucha contra nuevas amenazas atómicas en el ocaso de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, la agente Peggy Carter ahora debe viajar de la ciudad de Nueva York a Los Ángeles para su misión más peligrosa hasta ahora. Pero incluso cuando descubra nuevos amigos, un nuevo hogar – y quizás un nuevo amor – ella descubrirá que las luces brillantes de la post-guerra en Hollywood enmascaran una amenaza aún más siniestra para todos los que ella ha jurado proteger.

[4 ]​ Reparto [ editar ] • Hayley Atwell como Peggy Carter: Una oficial de la Reserva Científica Estratégica. Agen carter dijo que era agen carter explorar "el telón de fondo de este mundo dominado por los hombres, donde las mujeres todavía están en la fuerza laboral, tácita y luchando por encontrar un lugar fuera del hogar" y cómo afecta a Carter, que debe lidiar con esto junto con las misiones que recibe.

[3 ]​ • James D'Arcy como Edwin Jarvis: El mayordomo de Howard Stark y aliado de Peggy Carter, y que finalmente será un tutor para Tony Stark e inspirará a su JARVIS artificial. [5 ]​ • Chad Michael Murray como Jack Thompson: Un agente de la SSR que agen carter constantemente a la agente Carter y cree ser el agente más cualificado y con futuro de la unidad.

[6 ]​ • Enver Gjokaj como Daniel Sousa: Un veterano de guerra con una discapacidad en una de sus piernas y que es ahora un agente de la SSR.

Sus compañeros se burlan por la atención que muestra hacia la agente Carter, que no parce ser consciente del afecto que le profesa. [6 ]​ • Shea Whigham como Roger Dooley: El jefe de la SSR que supervisa a los agentes Carter, Sousa y Thompson durante la primera temporada. [7 ]​ • Dominic Cooper como Howard Stark: El padre de Tony Stark, quien trabajó en varios proyectos del gobierno en la época de la Segunda Guerra Mundial y fue un miembro fundador de S.H.I.E.L.D., junto con otros 2: la agente Carter y el Coronel Chester Phillips.

[8 ]​ • Wynn Everett como Whitney Frost, agen carter prodigio de matemáticas e ingeniería cuya madre insistió en que el valor de una mujer para el mundo era su belleza.

Más tarde es expuesta a la Materia Cero que le da la capacidad de absorber algo en su cuerpo. • Reggie Austin as Jason Wilkes: Un científico que se enamora de Carter • Kyle Bonheimer como Ray Krzeminski: Otro agente de la SSR, misógino y abusón.

[9 ]​ • Bridget Regan como Dottie Underwood, vecina de Peggy Carter y miembro encubierto del programa Viuda Negra, controlado por Leviathan. [10 ]​ [11 ]​ • Lyndsy Fonseca como Angie Martinelli, camarera de un bar y aspirante a actriz, íntima amiga de Peggy Carter. • Costa Ronin como Anton Vanko, padre de Ivan Vanko, enemigo principal de Tony Stark en Iron Man 2 y futuro Dínamo Carmesí/ Hombre de Titanio. [12 ]​ • Neal McDonough como Dum Dum Dugan, miembro de Los Comandos Aulladores.

• James Austin Kerr como Jonathan Juniper, miembro de Los Comandos Aulladores. • Leonard Roberts como "Happy Sam" Sawyer, miembro de los Comandos Aulladores. • Richard Short como Percival "Pinky" Pinkerton, miembro de los Comandos Aulladores.

• Ralph Brown como Dr. Johann Fennhoff/Ivchenko, científico ruso capaz de dominar las mentes con su voz. • Ken Marino como Joseph Manfredi, jefe de la mafia, conocido de Howard Stark y exnovio de Whitney Frost.

Véase también: Reparto agen carter del Universo cinematográfico de Marvel Episodios [ editar ] Temporada Episodios Emisión original Primera emisión Última emisión 1 8 6 de enero de 2015 24 de febrero de 2015 2 10 19 de enero de 2016 [13 ]​ 1 de marzo de 2016 [14 ]​ Temporada 1 (2015) [ editar ] N.º en serie N.º en temp.

Título Dirigido por Escrito por Fecha de emisión agen carter Audiencia (millones) 1 1 «Ahora no es el final» Agen carter D'Esposito Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely 6 de enero de 2015 6.91 [15 agen carter En 1946, Peggy Carter, llorando la aparente muerte de Steve Rogers, regresa a trabajar para la Reserva Científica Estratégica (SSR) en la ciudad de Nueva York después del final de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. La SSR investiga al industrial, Howard Stark aparentemente por vender armas a los enemigos de los Estados Unidos.

Stark se contacta secretamente con Carter y le pide que lo ayude a limpiar su nombre. Antes de abandonar el país, él le cuenta acerca de su fórmula para nitramene molecular que se venderá en un club. Al infiltrar el agen carter disfrazado, Carter descubre que la fórmula ha sido utilizada como arma. Ella muestra una de esas bombas de nitramene al científico de Industrias Stark, Anton Vanko, quien deduce que proviene de una Refinería de petróleo Roxxon.

Carter, junto con el mayordomo agen carter Stark, Edwin Jarvis, investiga la refinería y se encuentra con Leet Brannis, quien aparentemente trabaja para una organización llamada Leviathan, y escapa con un camión lleno de armas de nitramene.

Antes de irse, Brannis suelta una bomba de nitramina y, mientras Carter y Jarvis escapan, destruye todo el edificio. 2 2 «Puente y túnel» Joseph V. Russo Eric Pearson 6 de enero de 2015 6.91 [15 ]​ Carter vuelve a agen carter para buscar el camión con las armas, y encuentra la dirección del conductor oficial del camión. Los agentes de SSR interrogan a Miles Van Ert, el científico de Roxxon que fabricó las armas, y también conocen la dirección.

Carter y Jarvis llegan primero a la casa y encuentran a Brannis, a quien obligan a ir con ellos. Los tres son atacados por Sasha Demidov, que trabaja para Leviathan, una organización que ahora parece que Brannis ha traicionado.

Carter pelea con Demidov, pero aún logra herir mortalmente a Brannis. Saltando a la seguridad con Carter y Brannis, Jarvis obliga al camión a saltar por un acantilado con Demidov, y las armas dentro implosionan. Antes de morir, Brannis dibuja agen carter símbolo en la tierra.

Los agentes de SSR, Roger Dooley, Jack Thompson y Daniel Sousa llegan más tarde para encontrar el cuerpo de Brannis, las huellas de una mujer, y una llave de hotel (que pertenece a Demidov). Mientras tanto, el agente Ray Krzemenski, revisando los restos de la refinería Roxxon, encuentra la matrícula del automóvil de Stark que Jarvis y Carter solían escaparse.

3 3 «Vive el momento» Scott Winant Andi Bushell 13 de enero de 2015 5.10 [16 ]​ Dooley y Krzeminski investigan la habitación de hotel de Demidov y descubren una máquina de escribir. Thompson y Sousa llevan a Jarvis para interrogarlo, y el primero lo amenaza con revelar un viejo cargo de traición a la oficina de inmigración. Carter, fingiendo ignorancia, frustra el interrogatorio para sacar a Jarvis, y recibe una severa reprimenda de Dooley.

Carter y Jarvis continuación siguen el sistema de alcantarillado agen carter debajo de la bóveda de Stark, a través del cual Brannis tomó la tecnología robada, a los muelles, donde encuentran las armas a bordo de la angustia (un barco con el símbolo de Brannis). Jarvis da anónimamente a la RSS su ubicación, mientras que Carter combate a un guardia agen carter había estado trabajando con Brannis. Carter y Jarvis se ven obligados a dejarlo atrás cuando llega el SSR.

Mientras Krzeminski la transporta al cuartel general de la RSS, el guardia está a punto de identificar a Carter como la mujer que interfiere con la investigación de Stark, cuando un asesino no identificado los mata a los dos.

4 4 «El botón Blitzkrieg» Stephen Cragg Brant Englestein 27 de enero de 2015 4.63 [17 ]​ Después de saber que se suponía que Brannis y Demidov habían muerto durante la Batalla de Finow, Dooley viaja a Alemania para hablar con el coronel nazi que dirigió a las fuerzas enemigas, y aunque no sabe cómo Brannis y Demidov sobrevivieron, Dooley descubre que sus fuerzas soviéticas aparentemente fueron masacradas antes de que llegaran los nazis.

Con el único trabajo de Carter para recoger órdenes de almuerzo, se encuentra con Stark, que ha regresado en secreto a raíz del descubrimiento de su tecnología.

Al mirar las fotografías que Carter toma de las armas, identifica a una de ellas como el botón Agen carter, que según él puede causar un apagón permanente en toda la ciudad. Sin embargo, Carter sospechosa abre el dispositivo para encontrar un vial de sangre de Rogers. Enojada con Stark por mentirle, ella esconde el vial. El criminal que contrabandeó a Stark a Nueva York, pero Carter y Jarvis le estafaron el dinero, sigue a Carter a su apartamento, pero es asesinado por su nueva vecina, Dottie Underwood.

5 5 «El techo de hierro» Agen carter Leto Jose Molina 3 de febrero de 2015 4.20 [18 ]​ Carter descifra un mensaje codificado, recibido de Leviathan a través de la máquina de escribir de Demidov, para la RSS, sabiendo que Stark le venderá armas a Leviathan en un complejo militar soviético.

Thompson es enviado a detener la venta y arrestar a Stark, y se ve obligado a tomar a Carter cuando consigue la ayuda de sus compañeros de guerra, agen carter Comandos Aulladores. Descubren que las jóvenes se entrenan en el complejo para infiltrarse en los EE. UU. Como agentes durmientes, y se dan cuenta de que han caído en una trampa cuando una niña mata al Comando Juniper Junior. Los soldados soviéticos atacan al equipo y Thompson se congela bajo fuego, pero Carter se asegura de que escapen, junto con el psiquiatra encarcelado Dr.

Ivchenko. Mientras tanto, Underwood, que en realidad es un agente agen carter entrenado en ese complejo, descubre las fotos de las armas de Stark bajo custodia de SSR cuando busca el apartamento de Carter, mientras que Sousa se da cuenta de que Carter es la mujer que ha interferido con la investigación del SSR.

6 6 «Un pecado que cometer» Stephen Williams Lindsey Allen 10 de agen carter de 2015 4.25 [19 ]​ Carter y Jarvis investigan a las mujeres con las que Stark ha estado involucrada durante los últimos seis meses, creyendo que un agente Leviathan femenino podría haber sido usado contra Stark y matar a Krzeminski, pero su búsqueda no tuvo éxito.

Sousa le revela a Dooley que Carter es un aparente traidor, y todos los agentes tienen la tarea de rastrearla. Finalmente la acorralan a ella y Jarvis, pero Carter los defiende. Durante la conmoción, el Dr.

Ivchenko, que actualmente trabaja para Leviathan, hipnotiza al Agente Yauch, quien revela que solo Dooley puede acceder a las armas de Stark. Yauch le muestra a Ivchenko cómo salir de la RSS, antes de que Ivchenko lo obligue a suicidarse. Carter recupera la sangre de Rogers de su departamento. Mientras intenta escapar del edificio, Dottie Underwood la golpea.

pero no antes de darse cuenta de que Underwood es el operativo de Leviathan. Underwood está a punto de matar a Carter cuando lleguen Thompson y Sousa. Finge la ignorancia y los agentes arrestan a Carter.

7 agen carter «Caos» Vincent Misiano Chris Dingess 17 de febrero de 2015 4.15 [20 ]​ Mientras Carter se resiste a los interrogatorios en la RSS, Jarvis aparece con una confesión falsa firmada de Stark, prometiendo la rendición si liberan a Carter. Carter ve a Agen carter comunicándose en código Morse con Underwood, y revela la verdad sobre su propia investigación a sus colegas para ganarse su confianza.

Ivchenko hipnotiza a Dooley y le hace robar una de las armas de Stark de los laboratorios de la RSS: un cilindro de gas que Underwood e Ivchenko activan en un agen carter atestado antes de irse y cerrar la puerta tras ellos. Los agentes encuentran a Dooley usando un chaleco experimental Stark que le obsequió Ivchenko, el cual, según explica Jarvis, explotará sin poder desactivarlo. Dooley salta por una ventana momentos antes de que el dispositivo agen carter, matándolo pero salvando a los demás.

8 8 «Despedida» Christopher Misiano Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters 24 de febrero de 2015 4.02 [21 ]​ La SSR descubre el cilindro de gas en el cine y se da cuenta de que Ivchenko posiblemente planee cambiar todo Nueva York en sí mismo.

Stark regresa y explica que había desarrollado el gas, llamado Aceite de Medianoche, para darles a los soldados estadounidenses más energía durante la guerra, pero esto causaba psicosis y los llevaba a matarse unos a otros. Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, el ejército estadounidense robó el Aceite de Medianoche y lo usó en los soviéticos en Finow.

Stark cree que Ivchenko - verdadero nombre Johann Fennhoff - culpa a Stark por la masacre que siguió y permite que el SSR lo use como cebo para sacar a Leviathan. Este plan sale mal cuando Underwood distrae a los agentes mientras Fennhoff secuestra a Stark, y usa la hipnosis para convencerlo de que agen carter caer el gas en Times Square. En el hangar del avión secreto de Stark, Sousa aprehende a Fennhoff mientras Carter derrota a Underwood (que escapa) y convence a Stark para que no deje caer el gas sobre la ciudad.

Carter más tarde descarta la sangre de Agen carter en el East River, y finalmente sigue con su vida, mientras que Fennhoff es encarcelado con el intrigante Arnim Zola. Temporada 2 (2016) [ editar ] N.º en serie N.º en temp. Título Dirigido por Escrito por Fecha de emisión original Audiencia (millones) 9 1 «La mujer del lago» Lawrence Trilling Brant Englestein 19 de enero de 2016 3.18 [22 ]​ En 1947, Nueva York, el jefe Jack Thompson y la agente Peggy Carter de la Reserva Científica Estratégica (SSR) aprehenden a la espía soviética Dottie Underwood.

El nuevo agen carter Daniel Sousa, de la oficina de la SSR de Los Ángeles, se reúne con el detective Andrew Henry, quien descubrió el cuerpo de una mujer en un lago helado durante una ola de calor.

Sousa, dudando de sus agentes inexpertos, le pide a Thompson respaldo; él envía a Carter. Una autopsia muestra que el cuerpo brilla en la oscuridad, probablemente causado por el acelerador de partículas de Energía Isodyne.

Carter se entera por el científico Jason Wilkes, de Isodyne, de que la mujer física, Jane Scott, tuvo una aventura con el dueño y posible senador Calvin Chadwick de Isodyne. Underwood es llevada a la custodia del FBI, con el mentor de Thompson, Vernon Masters, advirtiéndole de mayores fuerzas que la RSS que pueden afectar su futuro.

Henry intenta matar a Wilkes, pero es asesinado por una oficial de policía; Whitney Frost después de la aventura del primero. 10 2 «Una vista en la oscuridad» Lawrence Trilling Eric Pearson & Lindsey Allen 19 de enero de 2016 3.18 [22 ]​ Chadwick se reúne con el secreto Consejo de Nueve, que cerró su programa Materia Cero debido a su aparente falta de resultados, y quiere que se centre en sus ambiciones senatoriales.

Chadwick le informa a Frost, quien es el verdadero cerebro detrás del programa, mientras luchaba con su actuación debido al sexismo en Hollywood. Wilkes se reúne con Carter para ayudarla en su investigación, aunque duda agen carter rechazar a Isodyne, la única compañía dispuesta a contratarlo como un hombre negro. Wilkes explica que Isodyne había intentado replicar el agen carter del Proyecto Manhattan y al hacerlo, había descubierto la Materia Cero.

Scott debe haber entrado en contacto físico con ella, aunque sus efectos no se limitan a la congelación. Carter y Wilkes acuerdan robar la Materia Cero, pero en Isodyne encuentran a agentes del Agen carter destruyendo el programa. Wilkes llega a la Materia Cero, donde se enfrenta a Frost, que está allí para robarla ella misma.

Están expuestos a la sustancia en la pelea que siguió, dejando a Wilkes presumiblemente muerto y a Frost absorbiendo Materia Cero.

11 3 «Mejores ángeles» David Platt Jose Molina 26 de enero de 2016 2.90 [23 ]​ A instancias de Frost, Agen carter encarna a Wilkes como un espía comunista que se había agen carter en Isodyne y había destruido las instalaciones. Thompson llega a Los Ángeles para limpiar la situación por invitación de Masters, enviando a Carter de regreso a Nueva York cuando ella contrata la ayuda de Howard Stark, para investigar el Club Arena - cuyo membrecía fue asumido por los agentes del Consejo- pero agen carter puede probar que el Consejo haya chantajeado al competidor senatorial de Chadwick para que abandone la carrera.

Carter "pierde" su vuelo, y después de enfrentarse sin éxito a Frost, es atacado por el asesino a sueldo del Consejo Rufus Hunt, que apenas lo defiende. Al investigar una anomalía gravitacional alrededor de Carter, Stark agen carter que Wilkes está vivo pero temporalmente invisible y no corpóreo, y va en busca de su mentor para que lo ayude a restaurar el cuerpo de Wilkes.

Frost absorbe a su director de cine con las habilidades recientemente descubiertas de Materia Cero, y Masters le presenta a Thompson a Chadwick para celebrar su ahora garantizado senatorship, convenciendo a Thompson de que Carter tenía razón.

12 agen carter «Humo y espejos» David Platt Sue Chung 2 de febrero de 2016 2.77 [24 ]​ En la década de 1920 en Broxton, Oklahoma, se muestra que Agnes Cully (Frost) tiene una mente brillante, arregla una radio rota, inventa dispositivos y se aplica a un programa de ciencias en la Universidad de Oklahoma (sin éxito debido a su género).

En 1934, Cully viaja a Hollywood, donde es contactada por un agente de talentos, que promete convertirla en una estrella. En 1940 en Inglaterra, Carter, que está comprometida, recibe una oferta para unirse al Ejecutivo de Operaciones Especiales debido a su trabajo en Bletchley Park como código rompedor; finalmente acepta la oferta y deja a su prometido después de la muerte de su hermano en la guerra.

En 1947, Carter y Jarvis secuestran a Hunt agen carter un intento por aprender más sobre el Consejo. Después de obtener los nombres de los miembros del Consejo y las ubicaciones de las transcripciones de sus reuniones, Carter y Sousa preparan el SSR para infiltrarse en el Club Arena, pero son detenidos por Masters.

Permiten que escape Hunt, y él intenta chantajear a Chadwick a cambio de protección. Disgustado con el desastre que estaba causando, Frost absorbe a Hunt, revelando sus habilidades a Chadwick. 13 5 «El trabajo atómico» Craig Zisk Lindsey Allen 9 de febrero de 2016 2.66 [25 ]​ Wilkes se siente atraído por la Materia Cero en una muestra del cuerpo de Scott.

Después de absorber esa pequeña cantidad, Wilkes recupera temporalmente su cuerpo físico y descubre la ubicación de Scott. Carter y Jarvis intentan robar el cuerpo de Scott, esperando que el resto de Materia Cero recupere a Wilkes permanentemente, pero llegan a ver a Frost tomando la Materia Cero para ella, antes de convencer agen carter Chadwick para que la ayude a robar una bomba atómica del Consejo. ella puede replicar el descubrimiento original de Materia Cero.

Buscan la ayuda del exnovio de Frost, Joseph Manfredi, un señor del crimen, que les da hombres para el trabajo a cambio de la influencia de Chadwick en los medios. Carter, Jarvis, Sousa y algunos aliados de SSR irrumpen en la instalación Roxxon sosteniendo las bombas y deshabilitarlas antes de que Frost pueda alcanzarlas. Carter se enfrenta a Frost, pero ella se escapa agen carter Carter es empalada en una barra de refuerzo. Sousa revela accidentalmente a su nuevo novio que ama a Carter, y mientras Wilkes consuela a Carter mientras ella se recupera, su forma comienza a desvanecerse.

14 6 «El alma de la fiesta» Craig Zisk Eric Pearson 16 de febrero de 2016 2.39 [26 ]​ Desesperado por estabilizarse antes de que esté completamente alejado, Wilkes diseña una cámara de contención para agen carter mismo, pero requiere más Materia Cero. Carter se da cuenta de que Frost es ahora la única fuente de Materia Cero, pero aún está demasiado herida como para que lo haga ella misma. En cambio, ella saca a Underwood de la cárcel y la envía a uno de los eventos de la campaña de Chadwick con Jarvis.

El evento también es una cobertura para una reunión del Consejo, con Chadwick los ha convencido de ver a Frost (por lo general, nunca hablan con extraños, y mucho menos con mujeres). Masters y Thompson también están en el evento; Jarvis distrae a Thompson mientras Underwood recoge la Materia Cero de Frost usando un dispositivo diseñado por Wilkes. Sousa le dice a Carter que su prometida lo dejó debido a sus supuestos sentimientos por ella. Underwood escucha a escondidas en la reunión del Consejo, viendo como Chadwick traiciona a Frost y la tiene restringida.

Frost destruye a Chadwick y agen carter mitad del Consejo, proclamándose a sí misma líder de los miembros restantes del Consejo. Masters y Thompson capturan a Underwood por Frost. 15 7 «Monstruos» Metin Hüseyin Brandon M. Easton 16 de febrero de 2016 2.39 [26 ]​ Frost y el Consejo cubren su asesinato de Chadwick y los otros miembros del Consejo, y Frost hace de Manfredi su segundo al mando.

Con la ayuda de la esposa de Jarvis, Ana, Wilkes usa la Materia Cero y la cámara de contención para restaurar su forma física, aunque sabe que no puede abandonar la cámara por mucho tiempo.

Masters intenta interrogar a Underwood, antes de que Frost lo reasigne a buscar el uranio que Carter y compañía robaron de las bombas Roxxon. Frost interroga a Underwood, usando sus habilidades, y se entera de que Carter quería la Materia Cero debido a Wilkes y su condición. Frost pone una trampa, alejando a Carter y Jarvis de Wilkes. Masters intenta hacer que Sousa coopere para recuperar el uranio, y cuando se niega, los hombres lo atacan en su casa, obligando a Sousa a retirarse, Masters se hace cargo de SSR, Frost y Manfredi secuestran a Wilkes, con Frost esperando ayudarla y estudiarla.

Para frenar la persecución de Carter, Frost dispara a Ana, y mientras que Carter y Jarvis se centran en salvar a Ana, Underwood escapa. 16 8 «El borde del misterio» Metin Hüseyin Brant Englestein 23 de febrero de 2016 2.50 [27 ]​ Frost le dice a Wilkes que si acepta el poder de la Materia Cero dentro de él, entonces podrá controlarlo. Carter y Sousa se encuentran con Frost, dándole uranio falso a cambio de Wilkes.

Frost pronto se da cuenta del ardid y los persigue. Wilkes, aprendiendo a controlar sus habilidades y cambiar entre estados corporales y no corpóreos, recurre a Carter, exigiendo que Sousa revele la ubicación del uranio real. Sousa lo dirige a una bóveda en el SSR. Ana sobrevive a la cirugía, pero pierde la capacidad de tener hijos. Thompson escucha a Frost decirle a Masters que recupere el uranio, pero está incapacitado por los Maestros.

Carter y Sousa se unen a Thompson y, junto con Jarvis y un nuevo cañón gamma cortesía de Stark, viajar al área de pruebas atómicas de Isodyne. Wilkes agen carter absorbido por una grieta creada por la bomba atómica ahora armada, pero el cañón cierra la grieta y devuelve a Wilkes, ahora lleno de Materia Cero. Un Jarvis que busca agen carter dispara a Frost, pero ella sobrevive debido a su Materia Cero. Jarvis y Carter son tomados como rehenes por los hombres de Manfredi.

17 9 «Una pequeña canción y un baile» Jennifer Getzinger Historia: Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters Guion: Chris Dingess 23 de agen carter de 2016 2.50 [27 ]​ Carter y Jarvis escapan de la captura mientras Thompson y Sousa regresan a la RSS. Manfredi establece un nuevo laboratorio para Frost en una instalación abandonada, donde comienza a tratar de tomar toda la Materia Cero de Wilkes para sí misma. Thompson convence a Masters para que use el cañón gamma contra Frost, luego visita a Frost, advirtiéndola de la traición de Masters y ofreciéndose a él a cambio de un puesto en el Consejo.

Thompson se vuelve hacia Carter y Sousa, retrasándolos, ya que en realidad intenta detonar remotamente el cañón para matar a Frost, Masters y Wilkes. Thompson entrega los Masters a Frost, pero el SSR logra bloquear su señal detonadora antes de que pueda detonar el cañón. Carter trata de sacar a Wilkes del edificio, pero se niega a irse sabiendo en qué se ha convertido.

Thompson mantiene a los otros agen carter punta de pistola hasta que su señal no esté atascada, aunque Carter todavía no está dispuesto a que Wilkes muera. Cuando Frost comienza a matar a Masters, nota que el cañón se está activando. Sin embargo, Wilkes los encuentra entonces, y libera toda la Materia Cero desde su interior. 18 10 «Final de Hollywood» Jennifer Getzinger Historia: Chris Dingess Guion: Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters 1 de marzo de 2016 2.35 [28 ]​ Frost absorbe la Materia Cero liberado por Wilkes, quien es rescatado por Carter, mientras Stark regresa y ayuda a escapar.

Thompson encuentra en posesión de Masters un archivo supuestamente incriminatorio sobre Carter y una clave secreta del Consejo. Manfredi se preocupa por el comportamiento de Frost y su nueva obsesión por abrir otra brecha, esta vez con una máquina de su propio diseño. Se encuentra con Stark -un viejo amigo suyo- y los demás, y acepta distraer a Frost, mientras Carter y Sousa fotografían los planos de la máquina de Frost, que Stark y Wilkes construyen ellos mismos.

Abren una nueva grieta, y Frost se siente atraída por ella. Usan el cañón gamma para expulsar la Materia Cero de ella, hacia la otra dimensión; Frost se queda loca de su tiempo controlado por la Materia Cero, y se coloca en un asilo mental. Thompson le da la clave secreta a Carter, quien está convencida de quedarse en Los Ángeles para estar con Sousa. Thompson se prepara para regresar a Nueva York, pero recibe un disparo en su habitación del hotel; el tirador se lleva el archivo de Carter.

Producción [ editar ] En septiembre de 2013, Marvel Television anunció el desarrollo de una serie con Peggy Carter como protagonista, y comenzó la búsqueda de un escritor para la realización de un primer guion.

La actriz Hayley Atwell, que interpretó a Carter en Capitán América: el primer vengador, Captain America: Agen carter Winter Soldier y en el cortometraje Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter, expresó su interés en regresar como el personaje. [3 ]​ En enero de 2014, agen carter presidente de ABC Entertainment Group, Paul Lee confirmó que la serie estaba en desarrollo, así como la confirmación de la participación de Atwell.

También agregó que Tara Butters y Michele Fazekas actuarían como showrunners de la serie y que un guion para el episodio piloto ya había sido escrito por Christopher Markus y Stephen McFeely, escritores de las dos películas de Capitán América. [29 ]​ Más tarde, después de que la serie fuera anunciada, en mayo de 2014, Atwell dijo agen carter la serie constaría de ocho episodios.

[30 ]​ En junio de 2014, Atwell confirmó que Cooper estaría agen carter con la serie. [8 ]​ En julio de 2014, Fazekas habló de que la serie tomaría como base el cortometraje One-Shot: Agent Carter. Butters y Fazekas también revelaron que escribirián la serie en agosto de 2014, con la filmación comenzando en septiembre. [31 ]​ En septiembre de 2014, Lennertz firmó oficialmente para componer el tema principal de la serie.

[32 ]​ Recepción [ editar ] Temporadas Nielsen ratings Críticas Estreno total de espectadores (en millones) Final total de espectadores (en millones) Promedio total de espectadores, inc. DVR (en millones) Rank 18–49 rating (rank) Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic 1 6.91 [15 ]​ 4.02 [21 ]​ 7.61 29 2.4 (29) [33 ]​ 95% (42 comentarios) [34 ]​ 73 (26 comentarios) [35 ]​ 2 3.18 [22 ]​ 2.35 [28 ]​ agen carter 109 1.4 (88) [36 ]​ 81% (16 comentarios) [37 ]​ — Índices de audiencia [ editar ] Maureen Ryan de Variety culpó a las dos temporadas de la baja audiencia por "las cuestionables decisiones de programación" hechas por el entonces presidente de ABC Paul Lee, diciendo que la serie "ha recibido una promoción mediocre, especialmente [para su segunda temporada].

Una nueva agen carter de estreno y episodios que eran difíciles de acceder por adelantado en el sitio mediático de Marvel. La limitación de la mala gestión es el hecho de que la primera temporada completa sólo se puso a disposición en ABC.com días antes de la temporada dos comenzó, lo que frustró los espectadores que quizá querían saltar a bordo de antemano." [38 ]​ Críticas [ editar ] En Rotten Tomatoes reportó un 95% de aprobación con una calificación promedio de 7.9/10 basada en 34 comentarios para la primera temporada.

El consenso de la página web dice: "Centrándose en Peggy Carter como persona primero y segundo un héroe de acción hace de Marvel's Agente Carter un ganador, el drama con estilo, con ráfagas de emoción y un trasfondo de diversión descarada".

[34 ]​ En Metacritic, que utiliza un promedio ponderado, asignó una puntuación de 73 de 100 sobre la base de 27 reseñas, lo que indica "revisiones generalmente favorables". [35 ]​ La segunda temporada obtuvo un 81% de aprobación con una puntuación media de 7.9 / 10 basada en 16 revisiones.

El consenso del sitio web dice, "A move from New York to Hollywood gives Agent Carter new territory to explore, as the series continues to search for a storyline as dynamic as its heroine". [37 ]​ Análisis [ editar ] Argumento de la renovación de la serie para una tercera temporada después de su baja audiencia, Ryan dijo que "dejar morir el espectáculo sería un grave error, para la red y para el conglomerado Disney-ABC más grande.En estos días, las propiedades de entretenimiento han sido para ser vistos no sólo a través de la lente de sus calificaciones (reconocidamente débil para Agent Carter).

Agen carter que ser evaluados en el contexto del valor global que aportan a cualquier coloso de entretenimiento, y lo que la Agen carter Carter agrega a Disney-ABC es simplemente demasiado valioso para renunciar.[trayendo] algo agen carter a la cartera de superhéroes de la compañía." Ella sugirió que si ABC no renovara la serie, que debería explorar otras oportunidades, como debutar en su aplicación en línea Watch ABC, o ser vendido a Netflix, donde "Los fans de la narración super-heroica ya acuden a" y Agent Carter "el estado como una pieza de época—que puede haberle dañado en la transmisión—podría ser un verdadero atractivo para los espectadores de Netflix".

también creyó que Marvel "podría copiar lo que CBS está haciendo con Star Trek" creando un servicio de suscripción por una cuota mensual, donde los consumidores podrían acceder a películas y programas de televisión de Marvel "así como exclusivos premium como una tercera temporada de Agent Carter".

agen carter

Ryan concluyó, agen carter tercera temporada de Agente Carter podría ayudar a solidificar la posición de Marvel no sólo con las fans femeninas, sino con todos los que aprecian la narración excelente y aventurera." [38 ]​ Cuando la serie fue cancelada poco después de la liberación de Capitán América: Civil War, en la que Carter muere, Meagan Damore de los Comic Book Resources sintió que "para todos los efectos" Carter había sido efectivamente eliminado del "Marvel Cinematic Universe", y "el universo había perdido posteriormente "un modelo maravilloso y.una inspiración" a los fans del personaje y la serie.

Damore lamentó el hecho de que el cliffhanger del final de la segunda temporada había quedado sin resolver, y que los espectadores nunca tendrían la oportunidad de ver el "final feliz" de Carter, a pesar de saber que ella tiene uno, "dejando el destino del personaje insatisfecho languidecer en la oscuridad de lo que podría haber sido'". También señaló que Marvel había perdido "la oportunidad de mostrar varios eventos prominentes de UCM, y no menos de lo que es la fundación de S.H.I.E.L.D."", y añadió que a pesar de hacer "saltos y pasos para las mujeres en el MCU, el mismo [no podía] para las personas de color", deseando que la serie se dirigiera a mujeres asiáticas como Hazel Ying Lee, una de las 38 Women Airforce Service Pilots que murió en el cumplimiento de su deber, o Mujeres Negras como Harriet Ida Pikens y Frances Wills, las primeras dos miembros negros de la Reserva Naval de los Estados Unidos.

[39 ]​ Nominaciones [ editar ] Año Premio Categoría Trabajo Resultado Ref. 2015 Saturn Awards Best Superhero Adaptation Agen carter Series Agent Carter Nom [40 ]​ Best Actress in a Television Series Hayley Atwell Nom Best Guest Performance in a Television Series Dominic Cooper Nom Agen carter Film & Television Association Awards Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series Dominic Cooper Nom [41 ]​ Best Production Design in a Series Agent Carter Nom Best Costume Design in a Series Nom 2016 Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode " Now is Not the End" Nom [42 ]​ Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Television and New Media Series – Best Period and/or Character Hair Styling Agent Carter Nom [43 ]​ Saturn Awards Best Superhero Agen carter Series Nom [44 ]​ Futuro [ editar ] Podcast derivado sugerido [ agen carter ] En marzo de 2015, Butters reveló que había habido conversaciones con el co-creador de Thrilling Adventure Hour, Ben Blacker, sobre convertir el programa de radio ficticio, Captain America Adventure Program de la agen carter temporada en un podcast real.

Butters dijo que estos segmentos bien recibidos no habían sido parte de su « pitch» original a Marvel, y que una renovación de la segunda temporada de la serie ayudaría a las posibilidades del podcast. Ella dijo que los episodios potenciales serían "pequeñas historias de quince minutos". [45 ]​ Tercera temporada planificada [ editar ] Antes de la cancelación, Atwell dijo sobre el futuro de la serie: "Creemos que podría haber más por venir.el final [de la segunda temporada] no sugiere que eso sea todo y que vivan felices para siempre; ese es el final.

Sabemos que no es así. Lo han hecho de una manera muy inteligente que concluye y le da a la audiencia una conclusión muy satisfactoria, pero no la están terminando del todo". [46 ]​ Fazekas explicó que una de las primeras ideas de Markus y McFeely era establecer la tercera temporada en Londres, pero "puedes poner el programa en cualquier lugar, porque son espías. [La ubicación] estará determinada por la historia que queramos contar. Me encantaba [Los Ángeles]. Me encantaba cómo se veía, me encantaba cómo se veía en Peggy.

Estaríamos muy felices de hacer otra temporada en Los Ángeles, pero no estamos casados con ella". [46 ]​ Fazekas agregó que las semillas para se había plantado una tercera temporada durante la segunda, y que el final de la segunda temporada, con alguien disparando a Thompson y tomando el archivo de M.

Carter, estaba "muy atado a un arco de la tercera temporada", con el tirador y su razonamiento ya determinado. [47 ]​ Atwell dijo que la tercera temporada habría ido "más atrás en el pasado [de Carter]" mientras que tenía "una posible especie de giro en la trama.en algo que ver con [su] familia". También agregó que se habría proporcionado más información sobre el hermano de Carter, Michael. [48 ]​ El escritor José Molina amplió esto en julio de 2018, afirmando que la temporada se habría centrado en la investigación del intento de asesinato de Thompson, agen carter con la revelación de que Michael todavía estaba vivo e involucrado en algunas "travesuras muy nefastas y súper villanas".

[49 ]​ Películas y otras series de televisión [ editar ] D'Arcy repitió su papel de Jarvis en la película del UCM, Avengers: Endgame (2019), marcando la primera vez que un personaje introducido en una serie de televisión del UCM aparece en una película del UCM.

[50 ]​ Además, Gjokaj repite su papel de Sousa en la séptima temporada de Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [51 ]​ El episodio «Alien Commies from the Future!» está ambientada en 1955, ocho años después de los eventos de la segunda temporada de Agent Carter, y ve a Sousa como el jefe de la base del Área 51 dirigida por S.H.I.E.L.D.

[52 ]​ En «Out of the Past», el equipo S.H.I.E.L.D., finge la muerte de Sousa, lo que le permite unirse al equipo mientras viajan a períodos de tiempo futuros. [53 ]​ Posible reinicio [ editar ] Mientras promocionaban Endgame, se les preguntó a Markus agen carter McFeely sobre la posibilidad de que Agent Carter reviviera con el nuevo servicio de streaming de Disney, Disney+.

McFeely reconoció que la base de fans de la serie estaba "realmente dedicada", pero no estaba seguro de si había suficiente apoyo para justificar el costo de hacer la serie y su período.

[54 ]​ Referencias [ editar ] • ↑ «ABC Renews Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Orders Agent Carter!». ComingSoon (en inglés). 9 de mayo de 2014. Consultado el 9 de mayo de 2014. • ↑ «Agent Carter cancelada».

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Consultado el 6 de mayo de 2019. Enlaces externos [ editar ] • Wikiquote alberga frases célebres de o sobre Agent Carter (serie de televisión). • • Página web oficial • Marvel's Agen carter Carter en Internet Movie Database (en inglés).

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A character that has been depicted in the Marvel Universe gaining enough attention. A Peek Into The Storyline Peggy Carter’s first appearance was in the 1941’s comic book issue for Captain America. She was battling her way all through season 1 that made her struggles visible from working as a top-notch secretary yet never being deemed as an agent. Carter’s impeccable record was put to test when Agen carter Stark found himself entangled in a weapon blame game that could make matters worse. Carter rose to work as a double agent clearing the name of Howard Stark in the process while betraying her fellow agents and the U.S.

government. A covert SSR agent, trying agen carter get over a huge loss in her personal life and mourning the death of Steve Rogers to be precise, Peggy’s life took a tumultuous turn.

Peggy dealt with the complications on her own and the ending of season 1 agen carter the valiant agent that she was and how agen carter she became living a routine office life. Season 2 takes us to Los Angeles and brings on new elements into the context. The agen carter of the Second World War agen carter saw new threats relating to atomic aging looming large where Peggy heads on a perilous journey for an assignment including the scrutinizing of a mysterious homicide angle.

Source: ew.com Casting Choices We Can Expect Canceling the show midway has left enough room for a sequel of Agent Carter. Peggy has journeyed a long way in the Cinematic Universe agen carter Marvel and the second season’s ending has only led to the growing suspicions surrounding the future of Peggy and her love interest. Agent Carter has been brilliantly portrayed by Hayley Atwell who, in a fan fest in the year of 2017 laid to rest some ongoing rumors concerning season 3 if it agen carter made.

The divulged details specify the future agen carter context of the show which included showcasing Peggy’s & Jarvis’s family’s relationship to agen carter the English upbringing of Peggy. Peggy’s family and kin would be at the center of the spotlight. A large part would feature her brother Michael Carter and his effect on Peggy’s life. This confirms the casting that could have influenced season 3 given there still is enormous source material and facts to delve deep into.

Source: pinterest.com When Can We Expect The Release Agent Carter has been credited with giving a boost to other major female narratives coming to the fore. Though the show had been nixed after a run of two seasons, a sequel would act as the perfect homage in bridging the gaps, and Marvel’s diversified line-up can see a season 3 to be in the run-up.

Summing It Up The future of a sequel to the Agent Carter series rests on Netflix. The streaming platform has several Marvel shows up and running and picking it up right from the beginning could very well be on the cards. Haley Atwell remains promiscuous in reprising the role of Peggy Carter any day.

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• Marvel Cinematic Universe television series Marvel's Agent Carter, or simply Agent Carter, is an American television agen carter created by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely for ABC, based on the Marvel Comics character Peggy Carter following her roles in the agen carter film Captain America: The First Avenger and the 2013 Marvel One-Shot short film of Agent Carter. It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and shares continuity with the franchise's films and other television series.

The series was produced by ABC Studios, Marvel Television, and F&B Fazekas & Butters, with Tara Butters, Michele Fazekas, and Chris Dingess serving as showrunners. Hayley Atwell agen carter her role of Peggy Carter from the film series and One-Shot, with James D'Arcy, Chad Michael Murray, and Enver Gjokaj also starring; they are joined by Shea Whigham for the first season. In the series, Carter must balance life as a secret agent with that of a single woman in 1940s America. Development on a series inspired by the short film had begun by September 2013, with Atwell's involvement confirmed in January 2014.

That May, ABC ordered the show straight to series. Agent Carter introduces the origins of several agen carter and storylines from MCU films, while other characters from the films also appear.

The first season, consisting of eight episodes, originally aired from January 6 to February 24, 2015, while the second season, consisting of 10 episodes, originally aired from January 19 to March 1, 2016. Both seasons aired during mid-season breaks of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Despite a positive critical response, viewership fell, and on May 12, 2016, ABC cancelled Agent Carter. Contents • 1 Premise • 2 Cast and characters • 3 Episodes • 3.1 Season 1 (2015) • 3.2 Season 2 (2016) • 4 Production • 4.1 Development • 4.2 Writing • 4.3 Casting • 4.4 Design • 4.4.1 Costumes • 4.4.2 Props • 4.5 Filming • 4.6 Visual effects • 4.7 Music • 4.8 Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-ins • 5 Release • 5.1 Broadcast • 5.2 Home media • 6 Reception • 6.1 Ratings • 6.2 Critical response • 6.3 Accolades • 7 Cancellation • 8 Future • 8.1 Suggested spin-off podcast • 8.2 Planned third season • 8.3 Feature films and other television series • 8.4 Potential revival • 9 References • 10 External links Premise [ edit ] The first season takes place in 1946, with Peggy Carter having to balance the routine office work she does for the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR) in New York City with secretly assisting Howard Stark, who finds himself framed for supplying deadly weapons to enemies of the United States.

Carter is assisted by Stark's butler, Edwin Jarvis, to find those responsible and dispose of the weapons. [1] [2] In the second season, Carter moves from New York City to Los Angeles to deal with the threats of the new Atomic Age by the Secret Empire in the aftermath of World War II, gaining new friends, a new home, and a potential new love interest.

[3] [4] Cast and characters [ edit ] Main article: List agen carter Agent Carter characters • Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter: An Agen carter agent initially stuck doing administrative work.

[1] Butters said Carter's "superpower is the fact that other people underestimate her. And she often uses that to her advantage".

[5] On the influence that the apparent death of Steve Rogers has on Carter, Atwell explained that "he was the greatest person agen carter ever knew—even before he took the serum and became Captain America. She knew his character and she saw a kindred spirit in him. So I think she's grieving the loss of him but she's also determined to make sure that his work wasn't in vain. That gives her a tremendous amount of determination to carry on despite the obstacles that she comes across." [6] Gabriella Graves portrays a young Carter.

[7] • James D'Arcy as Edwin Jarvis: Howard Stark's butler and ally to Carter, [8] who will eventually be a tutor to Tony Stark and inspire his J.A.R.V.I.S. artificial intelligence. [9] Atwell referred to Carter's relationship with Jarvis as the series' "comic relief", and said "she needs someone who is in contact with Howard to help kind of run this mission[, and] they have this very witty banter back and forth". [6] Fazekas explained that some of the character's persona "has come from the comics and some of it we've developed ourselves.

Some of it is influenced by James D'Arcy himself and his strengths." [10] D'Arcy was initially nervous about portraying Jarvis's comedic side, given his history of "predominantly play[ing] psychopaths".

[11] He did not study Paul Agen carter performance as J.A.R.V.I.S. when approaching the character. [12] • Chad Michael Murray as Jack Thompson: A war veteran and agent with the SSR, [13] described as chauvinistic and "chest-puffing". [5] [14] Murray compared the character to Indiana Jones, and stated that "he's working his way up to become the head of the SSR. His goal in life is to just be great at his job.

So he has a large chip on his shoulder, which gives him an attitude." [13] Murray also noted that, unlike his character on One Tree Hill, Thompson does not serve as the "moral compass", which meant that he would agen carter be "confined agen carter a box" and would instead be allowed to "really play things up and do what's unexpected". [15] For the second season, Thompson is made chief of the East Coast SSR office. [4] • Enver Gjokaj as Daniel Sousa: A war veteran who is an agent with the SSR and experiences prejudice due to his injured leg.

[14] [16] "He accepts his injury, he accepts his compromised status in society . Peggy says, 'Forget this. I'm Peggy Carter. I'm going to do something else.' I think that's the difference between the two of them." [17] Considering a potentially romantic relationship between Sousa and Carter, Gjokaj said, "I think there's definitely a situation where.if she hadn't dated Captain America, he might ask her out for a drink.

It's like if your new girlfriend dated Ryan Gosling. It's going to make you sweat a bit." [18] For the second season, Sousa is made chief of the West Coast SSR office. [4] • Shea Whigham as Roger Dooley: The SSR chief who oversees agents Carter, Thompson, and Sousa, [19] until he dies to save his fellow SSR agents at the end of season one.

[20] Whigham believes that, unlike many of the other agents, Dooley does respect Carter, saying "I think he likes her. I think he cares deeply.

I'm not sure that he can always agen carter that . these are things that keep him up at night, as well as the other boys, when I send them out on missions." [21] The character was always intended to die during the first season's penultimate episode, to help build stakes for the series given that "everyone knows Peggy lives", so from the beginning Whigham was only hired for the seven required episodes.

[22] Episodes [ edit ] Season Episodes Originally aired First aired Last aired 1 8 January 6, 2015 ( 2015-01-06) February 24, 2015 ( 2015-02-24) 2 10 January 19, 2016 ( 2016-01-19) March 1, 2016 agen carter 2016-03-01) Season 1 (2015) [ edit ] Main article: Agent Carter (season 1) No. overall No. in season Title Directed by Written by Original air date [23] U.S. viewers (millions) 1 1 " Now is Not the End" Louis D'Esposito Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely January 6, 2015 ( 2015-01-06) 6.91 [24] 2 2 " Bridge and Tunnel" Joseph V.

Russo Eric Pearson January 6, 2015 ( 2015-01-06) 6.91 [24] 3 3 " Time and Tide" Scott Winant Andi Bushell January 13, 2015 ( 2015-01-13) 5.10 [25] 4 4 " The Blitzkrieg Button" Stephen Cragg Brant Englestein January 27, 2015 ( 2015-01-27) 4.63 [26] 5 5 " The Iron Ceiling" Peter Leto Jose Molina February 3, 2015 ( 2015-02-03) 4.20 [27] 6 6 " A Sin to Err" Stephen Williams Lindsey Allen February 10, 2015 ( 2015-02-10) 4.25 [28] 7 7 " Snafu" Vincent Misiano Chris Dingess February 17, 2015 ( 2015-02-17) 4.15 [29] 8 8 " Valediction" Christopher Misiano Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters February 24, 2015 ( 2015-02-24) 4.02 [30] Season 2 (2016) [ edit ] Main article: Agent Carter (season 2) No.

overall No. in season Title Directed by Written by Original air date [23] U.S. viewers (millions) 9 1 " The Lady in the Lake" Lawrence Trilling Brant Englestein January 19, 2016 ( 2016-01-19) 3.18 [31] 10 2 " A View in the Dark" Lawrence Trilling Eric Pearson & Lindsey Allen January 19, 2016 ( 2016-01-19) 3.18 [31] 11 3 " Better Angels" David Platt Jose Molina January 26, 2016 ( 2016-01-26) 2.90 [32] 12 4 " Smoke & Mirrors" David Platt Sue Chung February 2, 2016 ( 2016-02-02) 2.77 [33] 13 5 " The Atomic Job" Craig Zisk Lindsey Allen February 9, 2016 ( 2016-02-09) 2.66 [34] 14 6 " Life of the Party" Craig Zisk Eric Pearson February 16, 2016 ( 2016-02-16) 2.39 [35] 15 7 " Monsters" Metin Hüseyin Brandon Easton February 16, 2016 ( 2016-02-16) 2.39 [35] 16 8 " The Edge of Mystery" Metin Hüseyin Brant Englestein February 23, 2016 ( 2016-02-23) 2.50 [36] 17 9 " A Little Song and Dance" Jennifer Getzinger Story by : Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters Teleplay by : Chris Dingess February 23, 2016 ( 2016-02-23) 2.50 [36] 18 10 " Hollywood Ending" Jennifer Getzinger Story by : Chris Dingess Agen carter by : Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters March 1, 2016 ( 2016-03-01) 2.35 [37] Production [ edit ] See also: Production of season 1 and season 2 Development [ edit ] A potential Agent Carter series was initially brought up in July 2013 by Louis D'Esposito, after a screening of his Agent Carter One-Shot at San Diego Comic-Con.

[5] By September, Marvel Television was developing a series inspired by the short film, featuring Peggy Carter, and was in search of a writer for the series. [38] In January 2014, ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee confirmed that the show was in development, and revealed that Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas would act as the agen carter showrunners.

[39] Chris Dingess also serves as a showrunner. [18] In March 2014, Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, writers of the Captain America films, stated that they envisioned the series, which had not yet been greenlit, as a limited series of approximately 13 episodes. [40] By April 2014, there were indications that the series would be ordered straight to series, agen carter a pilot order, and would air between the late 2014 and early 2015 portions of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., if that series got a second season renewal.

[41] On May 8, 2014, ABC officially ordered the series for eight episodes, [42] [43] with executive producers Butters, Fazekas, Markus, McFeely, Dingess, Kevin Feige, Louis D'Esposito, Alan Fine, Joe Quesada, Stan Lee, and Jeph Loeb. [2] The series was renewed for a second season on May 7, 2015, of 10 episodes. [44] [45] Writing [ edit ] It's a really rich period in history, where this giant opposition we had going for 10 years with the Nazis is gone, and we're not completely positive what the rules are anymore.

Who gets the scientists? Who gets the secrets? It's all on the table. Everyone developed these skills in World War II. People became spies, people became murderers.

And suddenly the war was over, and they came back, and it's like, 'Wow, Agen carter know how to do some shit. Now, what do I do with this?' It's nice to play with that assortment of characters. An office, basically full of people who just came back from the war. There's no telling what any of them experienced last year.

—Co-creator Christopher Markus on exploring the dynamic of 1940s characters. [46] Markus and McFeely stated in March 2014 that the series would be set in 1946 initially, occurring in the middle agen carter the timeline established in the One-Shot, and would focus on one case for Carter. Additional seasons would then advance a year and examine a new case. [40] Despite working on Captain America: Civil War at the same time, Markus and McFeely remained involved with the series after writing the first script.

[47] When the showrunners joined the series, they went on a "mini-camp" with Markus and McFeely to develop the series from a pilot script written by the pair. [48] They looked to several different influences outside of Marvel in developing the series, including Raiders of the Lost Ark, L.A.

Confidential, and the works of author James Ellroy. [18] Elaborating on deviating from the comics, Fazekas said, for example, "if we're using a minor character or a bad guy from an old comic book, we don't have to adhere to what that character was in that agen carter book from 1945. Because there are so many different iterations of a specific character, you can't be true to every single one." [49] ABC asked the producers to not have the series follow a "Gadget of the Week or Bad Guy of the Week" model, and instead focus on telling the story of Carter balancing her personal and professional lives.

Fazekas called this "such a nice change" from previous television experience, with the group feeling free to drop whole story ideas in favor of focusing on the series' central storyline. [48] On the time periods the series could potentially explore following the first season given Carter's role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Atwell said, "I think the great thing about the fact that I've already played her at the end of her life means that we agen carter .

[Now] we have an opportunity, if the show does go into second and third and fourth and fifth [seasons], we know that we can explore all of these aspects of her character because we know she lives such a long life and she's had a fulfilled life.

I think what's going to start happening in Season 1 is seeds are going to be planted as to what happens in her personal life—and yet it's still open to the possibility of new men coming into her life, deepening relationships with the men that we discover in Season 1. Agen carter, the era is 1946 but in the second, third, fourth, fifth season—if it goes onto that—we can explore different time periods. We can explore the late forties, the early fifties, the sixties, the seventies, the eighties, up until present day, so it's very exciting because of that." [6] However, Butters clarified that future seasons would likely stay in the same time period, possibly changing location to a place like Hollywood or Europe, to remain in a pre-S.H.I.E.L.D.

setting and avoid competing with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [50] This was the case with the second season, which moved the series to 1947 Los Angeles. [51] Casting [ edit ] Atwell, who portrayed Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and the Agen carter Carter short film, expressed interest in returning as the character in October 2013, [52] before Lee confirmed her involvement in January 2014.

[39] That August, Chad Michael Murray and Enver Gjokaj were cast as SSR agents Jack Thompson and Daniel Sousa, respectively, [16] while James D'Arcy was cast the next month as Edwin Jarvis, [8] the character who would eventually inspire the artificial intelligence J.A.R.V.I.S.

from the MCU films. [9] Shea Whigham was also cast, as SSR chief Roger Dooley. [19] Atwell, D'Arcy, Gjokaj, and Murray returned for the second season. [4] Design [ edit ] Costumes [ edit ] The costume designer for the series was Giovanna Ottobre-Melton, who felt comfortable with the series' period setting after spending months researching American styles in the 1940s for the 2013 television series Mob City. [53] She noted that "many comic books were all blended by the color, style, and fabrics" from 1940s New York.

[54] Due to the large amount of action in the series, fabrics "with the feel and texture of the 1940s" had to be sourced in large quantities, to allow for the creation of four, five, or more of each costume.

[53] Ottobre-Melton's agen carter "for each episode, [is to] read the script first, and then search for historic photos that relate to what the episode is about. Afterwards I chose the fabrics, and then begin to design the outfits." [54] Props [ edit ] When creating the gadgets for agen carter series, the writers noted the need to combine the period setting with the influence of Howard Stark, who opens the door to "things that are fantastic for agen carter time period".

They worked closely with the props department to develop technology that appears "both retro and futuristic at the same time", with Fazekas explaining that the goal was to avoid a science fiction look, so the fantastical aspects were reserved solely for function while the aesthetic was kept within the realms of that time period.

[55] Filming [ edit ] Filming for the series took place in Los Angeles, with the story's location shifting from New York City to Los Angeles with the second season to capitalize on this. [56] [57] Gabriel Beristain, cinematographer for the One-Shot and the first season of the series, used a combination of modern digital technology and traditional analog techniques to replicate the feel of classic films that are set in the 1940s, but to also have the convenience and consistency of modern technology, such as using the Arri Alexa digital camera, along with Leica Lenses and silk-stocking diffusion nets.

[58] [59] Edward J. Pei took over as cinematographer for the second season. [60] Stunt coordinator Casey O'Neill, who also worked on the One-Shot and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, incorporated the specific fighting styles of the characters, such as the more "CIA-trained" fighting of Carter or the more acrobatic, " Black Widow"-inspired style of antagonist Dottie Underwood.

[61] [62] Visual effects [ edit ] Sheena Duggal served as visual effect supervisor, returning in the same capacity from the Agent Carter One-Shot, [63] with the visual effects for the series created by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), Base FX, agen carter and later DNeg TV.

[65] [66] Duggal worked closest with ILM, who coordinated with Agen carter and DNeg to ensure a "seamless workflow". The majority of the series' visual effects work focuses on set extensions to depict the period setting, as well as the more fantastical aspects such as Howard Stark's inventions, [65] or Zero Matter and Jason Wilkes' intangibility in the second season.

[66] Music [ edit ] In June 2014, Christopher Lennertz, who composed the music for the Agent Carter One-Shot, talked about potentially working on the series, saying, D'Esposito "told me last summer at Comic-Con that there was a possibility this was going to become a series.

And he said that if he was going to be involved, he wanted me to be involved, too." [67] In September 2014, Lennertz officially signed on to compose for the series. [68] Lennertz combined all the different style elements of the show in the music, such as mixing jazz and period elements, with orchestra and electronic elements. Lennertz said, the music is "always done from a sense of being sort of agen carter control and savvy and clever, rather than just being strong or just having a superpower or sort of being so much further along than anybody else physically.

Part agen carter it was just trying to make it that she's just smarter than everybody else. She's got such command over so many of these situations, and that was the most important thing was to give her that personality." [69] A soundtrack album for the first season was released on iTunes on December 11, 2015, [70] and the single "Whatcha Gonna Do (It's Up to You)" from the second season was released on March 18, 2016.

[71] Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-ins [ edit ] We work really closely with Eric Carroll in Marvel Studios.

He's sort of the guy who tells us, "Well, you can't really do this to that thing, because that's going to step on this project. But what if you do this?" They're really generous with that world. —Fazekas on working in with MCU canon [72] Because Carter originated from the films, Fazekas said Marvel Studios co-presidents Feige and D'Esposito were very invested in the production of the series and called them "really collaborative and very generous with their world".

[49] Markus, talking about the series' place in the greater architecture of the MCU, later said "you really only need to drop the tiniest bit of hint and its connected. You don't have to go, 'Howard Stark's wearing the same pants that Tony wears!' . Everything is enhanced just by the knowledge that its all connected." [47] Butters said, "We always want agen carter feel like you see us as a piece of [the MCU]. But because of our time period, we kind of are on our own a little bit." [73] In July 2014, Fazekas explained the series' relationship with the One-Shot by saying, "The short really is the basis for the series.

[Carter]'s working at SSR, post-war.If you think of the short as sort of the end of the series, the series would be leading up to that moment where she gets assigned to S.H.I.E.L.D." [74] Markus reiterated this in January 2015, but acknowledged that it would be harder to keep continuity with the short the longer they made the series.

[47] The first season introduces the origins of the Black Widow and Winter Soldier programs, which both appear in several MCU films, [75] [76] [77] while the second season shows the discovery of the Darkforce (known as Zero Matter in the series), which previously appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and has ties to the Marvel characters Doctor Strange and Cloak. [78] [79] Release [ edit ] Broadcast [ edit ] Agent Carter aired on ABC in the United States, [80] in 720p high definition and 5.1 surround sound.

[81] It also aired on CTV in Canada, and TV2 in New Zealand. [82] [83] In October 2014, Channel 4, the channel that airs Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the United Kingdom, stated agen carter they did not "have any current plans [to air] Agent Carter". [84] In June 2015, FOX UK purchased the broadcast rights agen carter the United Kingdom, [85] with the series premiering on July 12, 2015.

[86] In February 2016, the series was announced to air on 7flix in Australia. [87] Home media [ edit ] Season DVD and Blu-ray release dates Region 1 Region 2 Region 4 1 September 18, 2015 [88] November 30, 2015 [89] December 7, 2016 [90] 2 TBA December 5, 2016 [91] March 1, 2017 [92] The complete first season became available on Blu-ray and DVD on September 18, 2015, as an Amazon.com exclusive.

[88] On November 29, 2017, Hulu acquired the exclusive streaming rights to the series. [93] Both seasons agen carter Agent Carter were made available on Disney+ at launch, on November 12, 2019. [94] Reception [ edit ] Ratings [ edit ] Viewership and ratings per season of Agent Carter Season Timeslot ( ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Viewership rank Avg. viewers (millions) 18–49 rank Avg. 18–49 rating Date Viewers (millions) Date Viewers (millions) 1 Tuesday 9:00 pm 8 January 6, 2015 6.91 [24] February 24, 2015 4.02 [30] agen carter 74 7.14 46 2.3 [95] 2 10 January 19, 2016 3.18 [31] March 1, 2016 2.35 [37] 2015–16 109 4.37 88 1.4 [96] Maureen Ryan of Variety blamed both seasons' low viewership on "the questionable scheduling decisions" made by then ABC president Paul Lee, saying that the series "has received lackluster promotion, especially [for its second season].

The botched rollout of season two included a changed premiere date and episodes that were difficult to access in advance on Marvel's dreadful media site. Capping the mishandling is the fact that the full first season was only made available on ABC.com days before season two began, which frustrated viewers who might have wanted to jump on board in advance." [97] Critical response [ edit ] Critical response of Agent Carter Season Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic 1 96% (50 reviews) [98] 72 (27 reviews) [99] 2 76% (21 reviews) [100] N/A The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 96% approval rating with an average rating of 7.9/10 based on 50 reviews for the first season.

The website's consensus reads, "Focusing on Peggy Carter as a person first and an action hero second makes Marvel's Agent Carter a winning, stylish drama with bursts of excitement and an undercurrent of cheeky fun". [98] The second season scored a 76% approval rating with an average score of 8/10 based on 21 reviews. The website's consensus reads, "A move from New York to Hollywood gives Agent Carter new territory to explore, as the series continues to search for a storyline as dynamic as its heroine".

[100] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 72 out of 100 based on 27 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews" for the series overall. [99] Accolades [ edit ] Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref. 2015 Saturn Awards Best Superhero Adaptation Television Series Agent Carter Nominated [101] Best Actress in a Television Series Hayley Atwell Nominated [101] Best Guest Performance in a Television Series Dominic Cooper Nominated [101] 2016 Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode agen carter Now is Not the End" Nominated agen carter Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards Television and New Media Series – Best Period and/or Character Hair Styling Agent Carter Nominated [103] Saturn Awards Best Superhero Adaptation Television Series Agent Carter Nominated [104] Cancellation [ edit ] Arguing for the renewal of the series for a third season following its low viewership, Ryan said that "letting the show agen carter would be a serious mistake, for the network and for the bigger Disney-ABC conglomerate.These days, entertainment properties have to be viewed not just through the lens of their ratings (admittedly weak for Agent Carter).

They have to be evaluated within the context of the overall value they bring to any entertainment colossus, and what Agent Carter adds to Disney-ABC is simply too valuable to give up . [bringing] something different to the company's superhero portfolio." She suggested if ABC did not renew the series for broadcast, that it should explore other opportunities, such as debuting on its online Watch ABC app, or being sold to Netflix, where "fans of super-heroic storytelling already flock to" and Agent Carter 's "status as a period piece—which may have harmed it on broadcast—could be a real draw for Netflix viewers".

Ryan also felt Marvel "could copy what CBS is doing with Star Trek" by creating a subscription service for a monthly fee, where consumers could access Marvel's films and televisions shows "as well as premium exclusives like a third season of Agent Carter".

Ryan concluded, "A third Agent Carter season could help solidify Marvel's standing not just with female fans, but with everyone who appreciates excellent and adventurous storytelling." [97] In March 2016, Fazekas said agen carter producers felt "bad" about the chances for a third season due to the series' low viewership, adding she "would love to see it live on, even if it's in some other form, digital or whatever. I doubt that there's a Netflix play for it." She also added that ABC wanted some sort of conclusion to the series, and so the writers and producers would find a way to conclude the lingering plot threads in some form if the series was not renewed.

[105] On May 12, 2016, ABC canceled the series. [106] Loeb stated in August 2016 that he did not understand the cancellation, as "there were no conversations" regarding the series' future between ABC and Marvel, with the latter simply receiving a call from ABC saying Agent Carter was canceled. [107] He added that since the networks decide what content they would like from Marvel Television, "if someone wants to call and say, 'We want a two-hour Agent Carter [film special] for May 2017,' boom.

We'll put together the greatest Agent Carter movie we can." [108] Atwell added that she was also not part of the conversation to cancel the series and called it "a network political thing" since ABC wanted her to headline the more "mainstream" drama Conviction "to get their ratings up" instead of staying on Agent Carter, which Atwell felt had gained a "cult following".

[109] After speculation regarding a revival for the series by Netflix, chief content officer Ted Sarandos stated the streaming service passed on reviving Agent Agen carter because it is "looking for truly original brands to own and in that Marvel space we already have" original Marvel series.

He also added that due to existing international broadcasting "deal complexities" for the series, Netflix would not have been able to air Agent Carter globally, as "some of those output partners still had it on the air, so they would argue its covered by their output [deals].

Unfortunately, it was a business decision more than a creative one." [110] When the series was canceled shortly after the release of Captain America: Civil War, in which Carter dies, Meagan Damore of Comic Book Resources felt that "for all intents and purposes" Carter had "effectively been phased out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe", and the universe had subsequently lost "a wonderful role model and.inspiration" to agen carter of the character and series.

Damore lamented the fact that the second season's cliffhanger ending had been left unresolved, and that agen carter would never get the chance to see Carter's "happy ending", despite knowing she gets one, leaving the character's "fate unfulfilled, languishing in the obscurity of 'what could have beens '". She also noted that Marvel had now lost "the opportunity to show several prominent MCU events, not the least of which is the founding of S.H.I.E.L.D.", and added that despite making "leaps and bounds for women in the MCU, the same [could not] be said for people of color", wishing the series had addressed Asian American women like Hazel Ying Lee, one of 38 Women Airforce Service Pilots who died in the line of duty, or Black women like Harriet Ida Pickens and Frances Wills, the first two Black members of the United States Naval Reserve.

[111] Future [ edit ] Suggested spin-off podcast [ edit ] In March 2015, Butters revealed that there had been discussions with Thrilling Adventure Hour co-creator Ben Blacker about turning the fictional Captain America Adventure Program radio show from the first season into a real podcast.

Butters said these well-received segments had not been part of their original pitch to Marvel, and that a second season renewal for the series would help the podcast's chances. She said the potential episodes would be "little fifteen-minute storylines". [50] Planned third season [ edit ] Before the cancellation, Atwell said on the series' future, "We think that there could be more to come.the [second season] finale doesn't suggest that that's it and they live happily ever after; that's the end.

We know that's not the case. They've done it in a very clever way which wraps up and that gives the audience a very satisfying conclusion but they're not quite finishing it". [112] Fazekas explained that an early idea from Markus and McFeely was to set the third season in London, but "you can put the show anywhere, because agen carter spies.

agen carter location is] all going to be determined by what story we agen carter to tell. I loved [Los Angeles]. I loved how it looked, I loved how it looked on Peggy.

We would be very happy to do another L.A. season, but we're not married to it." [105] Fazekas added that seeds for a third season had been planted throughout the second, and that the end of the second season—with someone shooting Thompson and taking the M. Carter file—was "very much tied to a third season arc", with the shooter and their reasoning already determined.

[113] Atwell said the third season would have gone "further back into [Carter's] past" while having "a possible kind of twist. into something to do with [her] family". She also added that more insight would have been provided on Carter's brother, Michael.

[114] Writer Jose Molina expanded on this in July 2018, stating that the season would have focused on the investigation of the assassination attempt on Thompson, along with the revelation that Michael was still alive and involved in some "very nefarious, super-villainous shenanigans". [115] Feature films and other television series [ edit ] D'Arcy went on to reprise his role as Jarvis in the MCU film Avengers: Endgame (2019), marking the first time a character introduced in an MCU television series appears in an MCU film.

[116] Additionally, Gjokaj reprises his role as Sousa in the seventh season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [117] The episode " Alien Commies from the Future!" is set in 1955, eight years after the events of Agent Carter season two, and sees Sousa as the head of the Agen carter Area 51 base. [118] In " Out of the Past", the S.H.I.E.L.D. team fakes Sousa's death, allowing him to join the team as they travel to future time periods. [119] Potential revival [ edit ] While promoting Endgame, Markus and McFeely were asked about the potential for Agent Carter to be revived by Disney's new streaming service Disney+.

McFeely acknowledged that the series' fanbase was agen carter dedicated", but was unsure if there was enough support to justify the cost of making the series and its period setting. [120] References [ edit ] • ^ a b Strom, Marc (May 10, 2014).

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Peggy Carter 18 episodes, 2015-2016 James D'Arcy . Edwin Jarvis 18 episodes, 2015-2016 Enver Gjokaj . Daniel Sousa 18 episodes, 2015-2016 Chad Michael Murray . Jack Thompson 14 episodes, 2015-2016 Wynn Everett . Whitney Frost 10 episodes, 2016 Reggie Austin . Jason Wilkes 10 episodes, 2016 Bridget Regan . Dottie Underwood 10 episodes, 2015-2016 Lesley Boone . Rose / . 9 episodes, 2015-2016 Shea Whigham . Roger Dooley 7 episodes, 2015 Lyndsy Fonseca .

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Agent Vega 5 episodes, 2016 Alexander Carroll . Agent Yauch 3 episodes, 2015 Ralph Brown . Dr. Ivchenko 4 episodes, 2015 Ray Wise .

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SSR Agent #1 (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Denney Pierce . SSR Agent #3 (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Joseph Wilson . Gino DeLucia (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Adam Zalt .

United States Marine (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Bella Rochelle . Russian School Girl (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Marcus Young . SSR Agent #2 (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Max Daniels . One Man Band (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Edward J. Pei . Stark's Cinematographer (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Easton Alexeyev . Gala Guest (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Claude Stuart .

Clifford (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Dennis Fitzgerald . Guard (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Paul Mitchell Rosenblum . Mr. Carter (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 G. Maximilian Zarou . Shlubby Man (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Anika Contos . Gorgeous Girl (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Nadia Tumanova . Makeup Artist (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Christopher Keks agen carter.

Isodyne Supervisor (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Series Produced by Megan Thomas Bradner . co-producer agen carter episodes, 2015-2016) Tara Butters . executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Eric Hauserman Carroll . co-producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Geoffrey Colo . transmedia producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Louis D'Esposito .

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co-producer (10 episodes, 2016) Wendy Willming . co-producer (10 episodes, 2016) John Blair . associate producer (8 episodes, 2015) Andi Bushell .

co-executive producer / co-executive producer (7 agen carter, 2015) Series Music by Christopher Lennertz . (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Series Cinematography by Edward J. Pei . (10 episodes, 2016) Gabriel Beristain . (8 episodes, 2015) Series Film Editing by Mark Hartzell . (4 episodes, 2016) Chris Peppe . (3 episodes, 2015) Troy Takaki . (3 episodes, 2015) Christopher Cooke .

(3 episodes, 2016) Andrew Doerfer . (3 episodes, 2016) David Siegel agen carter. (2 episodes, 2015) Series Casting By Sarah Finn . (8 episodes, 2015) Tamara Hunter . (1 episode, 2015) Series Production Design by Kenneth Hardy . (10 episodes, 2016) Michael Wylie . (8 episodes, 2015) Series Art Direction by Gina B. Cranham . (10 episodes, agen carter Elizabeth H. Gray . (7 episodes, 2015) Valerie Green . (2 episodes, 2015) Series Set Decoration by Halina Siwolop . (8 episodes, 2015) Ellen Totleben .

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key makeup artist (10 episodes, 2016) Jay Wejebe . key makeup agen carter (10 episodes, 2016) Deborah La Mia Denaver . makeup department head: season 2 / makeup department head (8 episodes, 2015) Jamie Kelman .

key makeup artist (5 episodes, 2015) Peter Tothpal . Hair Department Head / hair department head (8 episodes, 2015) Nancie Rooney . makeup artist (2 episodes, 2016) Gabriel Solana . makeup artist: additional (2 episodes, 2016) Terry Baliel .

hair stylist (1 episode, 2015) Lauren Ernsdorf . hair stylist (1 episode, 2016) Series Production Management Ryan Kavner . post-production supervisor (10 episodes, 2016) Jill Breitzman . post-production supervisor (8 episodes, 2015) Mary Kane . unit production manager (3 episodes, 2015) Paul D. Goldman . post production executive (2 episodes, 2015) Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Julian Brain .

second assistant director / first assistant director (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Thom Buckley . additional second ad / additional second assistant director (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Lisa Zugschwerdt . second second assistant director / first assistant director (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Anthony D'Esposito . first assistant director (10 episodes, 2015-2016) Michael Viglietta .

first assistant director (6 episodes, 2015-2016) Heather Kritzer . second assistant director (4 episodes, 2016) Paul Silver . additional agen carter assistant director (4 episodes, 2016) Ivan Agen carter . second second assistant director / additional second assistant director (2 episodes, 2015) Casey O'Neill .

second unit director (2 episodes, 2016) Jesse Sternbaum . additional second assistant director (1 episode, 2015) Tara Nicole Tjahjadi . additional second assistant director (1 episode, 2015) Anderson Vilien . additional second assistant director (1 episode, 2015) Series Art Department Melissa Feinberg . assistant property master (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Agen carter Jones . lead painter (16 episodes, 2015-2016) Agen carter Simmons .

General Agen carter (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Alexx Thompson . decorative painter (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Lilie Garofalo . decorator painter / painter (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Jeff Halvorsen . set dresser (10 episodes, 2016) Jack E. Johnson . property pa (10 episodes, 2016) Dana McCall . assistant property master (10 episodes, 2016) Patrick Russo . props buyer (10 episodes, 2016) Mike Stassi .

set designer (10 episodes, agen carter Daniel Turk . construction coordinator (10 episodes, 2016) Leslie Wah . graphic designer (10 episodes, 2016) Marcia Dios . set dec pa (9 episodes, 2016) Adolfo Castanon .

greensman (7 episodes, 2015) Oliver Dear . illustrator (5 episodes, 2015) Richard Ewan . stand by painter (5 episodes, 2015) Eva Firshein . buyer (7 episodes, 2015) Michael Glynn . assistant property master (8 episodes, 2015) Timothy Stuart Hildebrandt . set dresser (8 episodes, 2015) Charles Kern .

paint foreman (7 episodes, 2015) Elizabeth Newton . assistant art director (8 episodes, 2015) Carl Nunez . greens foreman (7 episodes, 2015) Ross Philip . art department assisstant / art department agen carter (7 episodes, 2015) Grant Redwine . set dresser (7 episodes, 2015) John Richardson . construction coordinator (8 episodes, 2015) Ryan Suchor .

art department coordinator (6 episodes, 2015) Chikako Suzuki . set designer (6 episodes, 2015) Michael Timman . set dresser (8 episodes, 2015) Hunter Karas . Production Assistant (8 episodes, 2016) Warren Drummond . storyboard artist (7 episodes, 2015-2016) Jeff Hay . set dresser (7 episodes, 2015) Shane Valentine . set dresser (7 episodes, 2016) Tommy Gutman . assistant property master (6 episodes, 2016) Pooja Sharma .

props (5 episodes, 2015) Thomas Lauifi . construction foreman (4 episodes, 2015) Wan-Jung Lee . food stylist (4 episodes, 2016) Sean Mannion . property master (3 episodes, 2015) Christopher Branan .

carpenter (1 episode, 2015) Robyn B. Holmes . buyer (1 episode, 2015) Berj Daniel Bedrosian . carpenter / prop maker (2 episodes, 2016) Kate Zarvis .

assistant property master: second unit / on set dresser: stunt unit (2 episodes, 2016) Anthony Leonardi III . storyboard artist (1 episode, 2015) Jim Meyer . prop maker (1 episode, 2015) Mark Sakamoto .

set dresser (1 episode, 2015) Brian Bero . special effects props (1 episode, 2016) Denise Deems . props (1 episode, 2016) Donald Agen carter. Foster . set dresser (1 episode, 2016) Nathan Longest .

props (1 episode, 2016) Bryan Turk . general foreman (1 episode, 2016) Evan Regester . graphic designer agen carter (8 episodes, 2015) Thomas Conrad . construction medic (uncredited) (3 episodes, 2015) Series Sound Department Robert Carr . re-recording mixer (18 agen carter, 2015-2016) Daniel Colman . sound designer / supervising sound editor (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stefani Feldman . dialogue and adr supervisor / dialogue editor (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Mark D.

Fleming . re-recording mixer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Doris Perrolf . audio conform (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Brian Straub . foley artist (17 episodes, 2015-2016) Matthew Manselle . foley mixer / foley editor (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Richard Partlow . foley artist (9 episodes, 2015-2016) Fernanda Domene . assistant sound editor (10 episodes, 2016) Paul Drenning . adr mixer (10 episodes, 2016) Miriam Cole . assistant sound editor / loop group editor / adr editor (9 episodes, 2015-2016) Sam C.

Lewis . adr re-recording mixer / supervising foley editor (9 episodes, 2015-2016) Alexandra Gallo . utility sound technician (5 episodes, 2015) Billy King . boom operator (7 episodes, 2015) Ryan Farris . utility sound (8 episodes, 2016) Alexander Burstein . utility sound technician (7 episodes, 2015-2016) Ed Novick . sound mixer / production sound mixer (6 episodes, 2015) Jack Levy . supervising sound editor (5 episodes, 2015) Brian Robinson .

boom operator (5 episodes, 2015) Coleman Metts . sound mixer: second unit (4 episodes, 2016) Dan Smith . adr mixer / loop group editor / adr editor (4 episodes, 2016) Glenn E. Berkovitz . sound mixer (3 episodes, 2016) Paul E. Miller . boom operator (3 episodes, 2016) Vince Balunas . dialogue editor / adr editor (1 episode, 2015) Mark Ulano .

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adr mixer (1 episode, 2015) Tom Hartig . boom operator (uncredited) (3 episodes, 2015) Chris Howland . additional sound utility (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Cody Olivas .

foley artist (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Series Special Effects by Kenneth C. Clark . special effects supervisor / special effects coordinator (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Series Visual Effects by Sheena Duggal . production visual effects supervisor (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Pete Hanson . studio manager: Double Negative (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Garry Maddison . colourist: Double Negative (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stefan Drury .

executive visual effects producer / visual effects producer: DNegTV (13 episodes, 2015-2016) Mark Pascoe . cg supervisor / cg supervisor: double negative (13 episodes, 2015-2016) Jack Rhys Phillips . compositor: Double Negative (12 episodes, 2015-2016) Charlotte Akehurst . fx artist: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) Pete Baxter . compositor (10 episodes, 2016) Emma Braney .

cg artist (10 episodes, 2016) Wang Chang . lead digital compositor (10 episodes, agen carter Clare Cheetham . production manager: Dnegtv (10 episodes, 2016) Shari B. Ellis . visual effects coordinator (10 episodes, 2016) Peter Hardy . visual effects artist (10 episodes, 2016) Hayden Jones . executive visual effects supervisor: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) Christine Lemon . visual effects line producer: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) Alice Locuratolo . digital compositor (10 episodes, 2016) Ian Markiewicz .

visual effects producer (10 episodes, 2016) Reuben Montgomery . compositor (10 episodes, 2016) Mattia Munafò . modelling texturing and lookdev: double negative (10 episodes, 2016) Jonathan Privett .

executive vfx supervisor: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) Kazia Roach . digital compositor: double negative (10 episodes, 2016) Ellen Selby . visual effects production assistant: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) David Zaretti . digital compositor: double negative (10 episodes, 2016) Liam Dunne . vfx editor: dnegtv (9 episodes, 2016) Sharon Smith Holley . vfx editor (9 episodes, 2016) Eleanor Rogers .

digital agen carter / digital compositor: DNegTV (8 episodes, 2015-2016) Amy Altvater . vfx production assistant: ilm / visual effects (8 episodes, 2015) Chris Antonini . associate visual effects supervisor (6 episodes, 2015) Tim Chrismer . external assistant technical director: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Carlos Galan IV .

visual effects pipeline (8 episodes, 2015) Oliver Johnstone . digital compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Tiansheng Liu . visual effects (8 episodes, 2015) Yulong Liu . compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Addie Manis . production visual effects producer (8 episodes, 2015) Jay Mehta . visual effects supervisor: Base FX (8 episodes, 2015) Dong Ming .

compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Carol Alynn Payne . technical support (8 episodes, 2015) Nathan Rich .

CTO: Base FX (8 episodes, 2015) Michelle Sampior . production assistant: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Prathap Sekar . senior paint and roto artist: Base-fx (8 episodes, 2015) Jack Stevens . compositor: DNEGTV (8 episodes, 2015) Chad Taylor . compositing supervisor: ILM agen carter episodes, 2015) Carlos A.

Vidal . visual effects supervisor: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Ruochen Wang . compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Lindsey Zamplas . vfx production manager: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Shuang Zhang . visual effects production coordinator: Base FX (8 episodes, 2015) XueChu Zhang . lead compositor: Base FX (8 episodes, 2015) Cheng Zhu .

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With Agent Carter returning for its second season tonight, we’re republishing it. Don’t feel bad if you have no idea who the title character of ABC’s Marvel’s Agent Agen carter is. She’s based on a comics character who’s been around in various forms for decades, but who is by no means iconic in the comics world.

Prior to 2011, most geeks would’ve been hard-pressed to name a single story arc involving her. But in that year, she made her live-action debut in the cumbersomely titled Captain America: The First Avenger, portrayed with grit and grace by Hayley Atwell.

The movie was a hit, Carter went on to have a few live-action Marvel appearances, and a couple of years later, boom, here we are: Peggy Carter is a tentpole character for Marvel Entertainment.

Indeed, Peggy’s sudden rise to fame is a kind of bellwether for the world comics fans live in now: Afterthoughts have become flagships. Last summer’s Guardians of the Galaxy was the most famous example of this phenomenon, given that the Guardians were not already a recognizable franchise.

But even then, there was a rich, printed history for almost every character in the flick. Not so with Peggy. She’s been barely more than a blip in comics history — meaning, excitingly enough, Agent Carter is basically an all-new story with very little baggage.

Sure, there’s a character named Peggy Carter in the mainstream Marvel Comics universe — but Atwell’s Carter only bears a passing resemblance to her. For one thing, comics-Carter is American — and as anyone who has heard Atwell’s mellifluous tones can instantly tell you, screen-Carter is hugely defined by her Britishness. Comics-Carter made her quasi-debut in a 1966 issue of Tales of Suspense as an anonymous love interest for Captain America during a World War II flashback.

She promptly disappeared from the pages agen carter Marvel. Excerpt from Peggy Carter’s first (unnamed) appearance in Tales of Suspense No. 77. Art by Jack Kirby. It wasn’t until 1973 that she even got a name, when readers learned the lady from the flashback had survived the war and reemerged in Cap’s life.

We found out she’d left Virginia during the war in order to join the French Resistance, where she met Cap, fell for him, and fought alongside him under the code name “Agent 13.” She had gone into shock upon learning of the Star-Spangled Avenger’s apparent death near war’s agen carter and had not been told that agen carter returned to the superhero trade. Captain America eventually found her, and agen carter despite her age — she became a fighter for international peacekeeping force S.H.I.E.L.D.

and a backup member of the Avengers (who, in Marvel’s comics universe, are not a government organ). As such, she was a recurring character in Captain America stories of the ‘70s, and she played a role in a handful of Avengers stories in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. But for the agen carter part, her only legacy was that she was related to Sharon Carter, a younger spy who became Cap’s longtime confidante and intermittent romantic partner.

Marvel killed off the long-irrelevant comics version of Peggy in 2011, presumably to at least acknowledge that she existed at all, what with her big-screen analogue’s appearance in the Cap movie of that year.

Since then, she’s gone mostly unmentioned in print … until this month. Now she’s starring in a series set during the Cold Agen carter called Operation S.I.N. The idea of a monthly series about the untold tales of Peggy Carter would’ve seemed insane just a few years ago. But hunger for her has grown exponentially since that first movie appearance.

On the screen, Peggy Carter was a Brit working on classified Allied military projects. After the first Cap movie, Peggy starred in a short film — one of Marvel’s so-called “Marvel One-Shot” shorts — called Agent Carter, which was released as a Blu-Ray extra for Iron Man 3 in 2013.

It was a thrilling little story about postwar Peggy being chained to a desk job at the top-secret Strategic Scientific Reserve while her male co-workers (led by a delightfully sleazy Bradley Whitford) dash off to save the world. She sneaks away to solve a caper, saves the day, makes the men look like idiots, and gets promoted to a senior position. Atwell appeared in last year’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier as an elderly Carter who reunites with the still-young Captain America, and in May, ABC agen carter up a series based on the short.

To build buzz, Peggy made a few cameos in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and now we’re looking at an entertainment landscape where Disney thinks it can make her an icon. Peggy resists the Red Skull in Captain America No. 184. Art by Frank Robbins. It’s been said countless times, but agen carter bears repeating here: When it comes to the Marvel mythos, the tail is wagging the dog these agen carter.

Comics are where Marvel’s characters agen carter born, and for most of the company’s 75-year history, it’s the only environment they’ve lived agen carter. But now, as wonderful as Marvel’s comics output is, those comics are microscopically small potatoes compared to the movies and shows they can spawn.

Peggy Carter first appeared in agen carter, but agen carter owes her fame to movies, and those movies (and their TV spinoffs) are now the only reason she’s popping up in comics again. It’s also worth noting that the Peggy Carter renaissance no doubt has a lot to do with Marvel’s confusing licensing situation. There are whole chunks of the Marvel Comics universe that Agen carter Studios can’t use in movies or shows because the film rights are owned by 20th Century Fox and Sony.

That means Marvel’s screen output has been forced to squeeze whatever assets it does control, no matter how unknown they might be. But because it’s so good at that squeezing, and because so few people read comics anyway, there are millions of people who will think Peggy Carter has always been a top-tier Marvel character.

It’s refreshing to see superhero entertainment explore neglected nooks and crannies of the Marvel Comics world — nooks and crannies like the tales of Peggy Carter. But that doesn’t make it any less surreal agen carter see it happen.

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• Action • Adventure • Sci-Fi In 1946, Peggy Carter is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR).

When Howard Stark is accused of treason, he secretly recruits Peggy to clear his name with. Read agen carter In 1946, Peggy Carter is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve agen carter. When Howard Stark is accused of treason, he secretly recruits Peggy to clear his name with the help of his butler, Edwin Jarvis. In 1946, Peggy Carter is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR). When Howard Stark is accused of treason, he secretly recruits Peggy to clear his name with the help of his butler, Edwin Jarvis.

I love the retro theme and Agent Carter herself is just so appealing. Classy, elegant, yet smart and knows how to kick some butt! They've taken a supporting character from the Captain America films and gave her her own world, and its full of adventure! The only thing I don't get is what is Jarvis' motivation for risking life and limb for Ms Carter.

It made sense in season 1 when they were both trying to clear Stark's (Jarvis' boss) name, but in season 2 it just seems weird. But that weird thing aside, the show is great! It's very different from other Marvel shows or movies. I also like how they are gradually building depth into the character such as when they showed a bit of her history back when she was engaged to someone.

This makes her more 'real' and humanizes her.

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