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Actor Henry Simmons spoke with CBR about Mack's new role as SHIELD interim director, never knowing what to expect and his dynamic with Coulson.
The actor behind Agent Grant Ward discusses that big midseason finale twist, what happens next, and how "SHIELD" got him back into comics.
Now that we know what the future holds for Brett Dalton's character, what do you think of the all-new Grant Ward?
Dillon Casey discusses Will's collision course with Fitz, fan theories about his character's allegiances, and tells CBR the superhero he's aching to play.
Brett Dalton, aka Hydra leader and S.H.I.E.L.D. traitor Grant Ward, promises "things happen that can't un-happen" in "Maveth."
Zimmer spoke with CBR about the mystery of Rosalind Price, last episode's unexpected turn of events, and the endless possibilities of the Marvel U.
Actor Luke Mitchell discusses Lincoln's S.H.I.E.L.D. loyalties, his budding romance with Daisy and the series' upcoming game-changing episode.
What happens with Lash now? Is Price going to betray Coulson? And is that a new super secret organization?
Actor Blair Underwood discusses Andrew's dual Inhuman identity and comparisons to the Hulk, and what it all means for his character's future.
Brett Dalton shares what's to come for Grant Ward with CBR, including bloody revenge on Coulson, and bigger fight scenes than ever.
Who is Rosalind Price? Is Dr. Andrew Garner going to be okay? What was that thing attacking Simmons?! This week's episode offered loads of clues.
Elizabeth Henstridge discussed Simmons' motivations and admiration for Fitz following her interplanetary ordeal in an interview with CBR News.
Henstridge spoke with CBR news about "4,722 Hours," the episode that reveals what happened to Simmons following her Monolith-inspired absence.
Marvel's head of TV and actor Clark Gregg spoke about "Agents of SHIELD's" three-year journey and why the show needed time to lay a foundation.
"A Wanted (Inhu)man" continues the "Captain America: Civil War" setup by breaking and forming new bonds among the team.
"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." takes things a galactic level, May's whereabouts are revealed and Grant Ward's Hydra extends its reach on Earth.
With more Inhumans now revealed, what did you think of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" Season 3 premiere?
"Agents of SHIELD" hews ever closer to the MCU films, with clear "Civil War" foreshadowing as it lays the foundation for an Inhuman mythology.
Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon answer your questions about the new season, from the status of Ward to potential supernatural threats.
Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennet discuss what lies ahead for their characters as SHIELD forms its Secret Warriors team to protect the Inhumans.
Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon talk to CBR News about what's new in Season 3, and the Marvel Television show's most dedicated fans.
While we know we’re not supposed to touch Lola, Funko is making it tough to resist with this upcoming addition to its Pop! Rides line.
Luke Mitchell reveals that as his Inhuman character examines his place in the world, his relationship with SHIELD might not be rock-solid.
Marvel Studios' top super spy reveals where the Director stands following his major physical loss, the rise of the Inhumans and a still-splintered agency.
Andrew Howard is the latest addition to "Agents of SHIELD" season three, playing an agent in what's said to be a "major recurring role."
Jeph Loeb says each member of Agent Coulson's team will have to decide where they stand as Terrigen spreads during Season Three.
Gregg and Bennet are excited to see even more superpowered elements incorporated into the series, as Skye grows into a more skilled Inhuman.
"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." Season 2 came to a close in an epic two-hour finale, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe will never be the same -- again.
Jeffrey Bell talks with CBR about Ward's quest for vengeance, Mockingbird's "badass" nature and the team's status heading into Season Three.
Jeffrey Bell talks with CBR about unleashing the Inhumans on Coulson and his crew, and Skye's transformation into a a genuine hero.
Marvel will continue to have a major presence on ABC this fall, meaning more Director Coulson and Peggy Carter's further adventures with the S.S.R.
With "The Dirty Half Dozen," "Avengers: Age of Ultron" & "Scars," the show has made serious waves in the MCU, with the Inhumans at the epicenter.
Augie liked "The Avengers: Age of Ultron," and continues to enjoy "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD." Plus, more of Todd McFarlane's Spider-Man pencil work!
Brett Dalton opens up to CBR about Ward's headspace, where his loyalties truly lie and the "Avengers" sequel's impact on the series.
After "Age of Ultron," which member of Agent Coulson's team would you most like to see join the Avengers for "Captain America: Civil War?"
In "The Frenemy of My Frenemy," things sure aren't looking good for Coulson and May as the show gears up for "Captain America: Civil War."
The in-development "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" spinoff looks to star the former married couple of Bobbi Morse/Mockingbird and Lance Hunter.
In "Melinda," the women of S.H.I.E.L.D. take center stage and push the MCU into innovative new territory.
Hydra's continuing research and some new Inhuman mythology on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." paves the way for a seemingly inevitable Terrigen Bomb.
As Skye adjusts to her new abilities on "Agents of SHIELD," "One Door Closes" offers her a choice with complicated and potentially dangerous implications.