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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 3 Seasons 2014

Season 1
4.6 out of 5 stars (279) IMDb 7.5/10

Agent Phil Coulson puts together a small team of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents to handle strange new cases.

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Season 1

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1. Pilot

Agent Phil Coulson assembles a small group of highly skilled agents.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 24 September 2013 44 minutes
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2. 0-8-4

Coulson runs into Comandante Camilla Reyes.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 1 October 2013 41 minutes
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3. The Asset

Coulson and his team race to locate and save a kidnapped scientist.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 8 October 2013 43 minutes
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4. Eye Spy

The woman behind a series of high-stakes heists holds a troubling secret.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 15 October 2013 42 minutes
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5. Girl In the Flower Dress

An elusive girl may hold the key to a mystery that brings the team to Asia.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 22 October 2013 42 minutes
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6. FZZT

Coulson and the team pursue an elusive killer.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 8 November 2013 42 minutes
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7. The Hub

Dangerous secrets are hidden from the team

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 15 November 2013 42 minutes
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8. The Well

Recent events put a member of the team in jeopardy.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 22 November 2013 42 minutes
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9. Repairs

When a mysterious force threatens to destroy Coulson and the team, a secret from May's past could save them.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 29 November 2013 43 minutes
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10. The Bridge

Coulson brings in Mike Peterson for some super-soldier support.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 10 December 2013 41 minutes
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11. The Magical Place

Coulson discovers important information about his mysterious death.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 7 January 2014 42 minutes
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12. Seeds

May and Coulson uncover shocking information about Skye.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 14 January 2014 43 minutes
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13. T.R.A.C.K.S.

The team boards a train that appears to be heading toward doom.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 4 February 2014 42 minutes
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14. T.A.H.I.T.I.

Coulson enlists the help of Ward's former S.O. John Garrett (Bill Paxton).

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 4 March 2014 42 minutes
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15. Yes Men

Lorelei, a deadly seductress from Asgard, attacks Coulson and the team.

Subtitles AGES-15-AND-OVER 11 March 2014 43 minutes
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16. End of the Beginning

Garrett and Triplett help search for the Clairvoyant.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 1 April 2014 41 minutes
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17. Turn, Turn, Turn

Coulson and the team are trapped with a traitor in their midst.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 8 April 2014 43 minutes
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18. Providence

With Colonel Glenn Talbot now on their trail, Coulson's team seek refuge.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 15 April 2014 43 minutes
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19. The Only Light In The Darkness

Coulson races to save the life of his one true love.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 22 April 2014 43 minutes
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20. Nothing Personal

Just when there's no one left to trust, Agent Maria Hill returns.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 29 April 2014 43 minutes
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21. Ragtag

Ward's betrayal with HYDRA is revealed as Coulson's team goes undercover.

Subtitles AGES-12-AND-OVER 6 May 2014 42 minutes
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22. Beginning of the End

On the season finale, Coulson's team risks everything to stop HYDRA.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 13 May 2014 43 minutes
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Bonus: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Special Look

Go behind the scenes with Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Subtitles PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 25 August 2013 2 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Action & Adventure, Crime
Season year 2014
Network ABC
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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After a dodgy first few weeks this eventually won me over. It kind of spins out of the events of Avengers Assemble - a mysteriously resurrected Phil Coulson puts together a crack team of young, good looking agents to take on various missions. How Phil is still with us after dying during The Avengers battle in New York is one of the main plot threads moving forward so stick with it.

The big boys don't appear of course but are often name checked and Nick Fury and Maria Hill make small but important contributions. There's a tie in of sorts to Thor : The Dark World which is fun bit disposable. Later, events from Captain America : The Winter Soldier spiral into events here which works better, giving some real thrust to the later stages of the season.

It all starts like a bit of a Heroes/Fringe mash up with pretty self contained character of the week type stories. It's ok at this stage and never less than watchable but at the same time not massively inspiring. Things really pick up speed from about episode 8 or 9 onwards. Various bigger story arcs start coming together and some interesting villains are introduced and slowly developed.

There's plenty of twists and double crosses to keep you on your toes, most work, some don't. One particular later season episode features one of the most eye rolling "twists" but then ends the episode with a further shock that really hits home and opens up plenty of story opportunities. There's a fair amount of resolution by the end of the season which is refreshing and various seeds are laid for further seasons.

In other observations - there's a healthy dose of humour throughout, the actings generally pretty good, the budget appears to be of a decent size so it all looks the part. Overall, a series that definitely gets better if you stick with it long enough and Season 2 has the opportunity to build on this solid foundation.
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I actually started watching this on TV, and wasn't exactly blown away by the first few episodes. They had their bright spots, but I found it surprisingly predictable (even clicheed) for a piece of work that Joss Whedon was involved in. Then I was away for a couple of weeks and forgot to record the episodes I missed, so didn't bother trying to catch up when I returned. A few weeks later I heard fantastic reviews from 3 or 4 different friends, so waited until the first season came out of Blu-ray and gave it another try. This was definitely the right decision! You find yourself becoming more and more drawn into the show as the episodes progress, and as the main plot line develops it takes the show in directions that are anything but clicheed. I was impatient to start the next episode as soon as the end credits began to roll each time. Give it your time, and you won't be disappointed.
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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 Jan. 2015
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been on fire for the last decade -- it's had one box-office megahit after another, climaxing with the glorious "Avengers."

So it's not very surprising that it would get at least one TV show, based on the most popular character who wasn't in the comics -- Phil Coulson, played by Clark Gregg. "Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Complete First Season" starts out on a relatively mediocre note, before blossoming into a harrowing, dark story arc in the final third -- which sees everything that has been set up being blown apart.

It turns out that despite having been impaled in "The Avengers," Phil Coulson is very much alive and has made a full physical recovery... although he doesn't remember how. He's assembling a team to investigate bizarre superhuman events across the world, including the haunted super-agent May (Ming-Na Wen), the generically handsome Agent Ward (Brett Dalton) and cheery nerds Fitz and Simmons (Iain De Caestecker and Elizabeth Henstridge).

Their first mission is to investigate a mysterious man with superhuman strength, who is also being approached by Skye (Chloe Bennet) who is part of a hacktivist anti-SHIELD group. Before long, Coulson and Co. discover that the superhuman strength comes from a serum, produced by a mysterious cabal run by the Clairvoyant. They also reluctantly add Skye to their group, because Coulson believes she could be an asset to SHIELD.

The odd little team investigates lost HYDRA tech, gravity inventions, an alien virus, the aftermath of an Asgardian battle on Earth, a "ghostly" attacker, more hacktivists, an Asgardian seductress, an ice machine, and the lingering mystery of what happened to Coulson. For the first two-thirds of the season, it's... okay.
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I'm not going to pretend Agents of Shield didn't have any teething problems. The show was unfortunate to have the Joss Whedon sticker put on it because it meant that people would compare it to Buffy, Dollhouse and just about any other show he made. But the simple fact is AoS is not a Joss Whedon show, it's a Marvel show. Unfortunately the universe is which the show is based, brings the show down.

The tag line of this review is "Worth it for the second half" because around half way through the season, we discover something huge about Shield and the quality of the episodes goes through the roof. But AoS isn't even ground zero of this revelation, it comes straight off of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. My problem with this tie in is that the show was basically just floating about killing time until that big reveal. AoS started in September 2013, Winter Soldier came out in March 2014, that means the show had to limp about for roughly 6 months which led to a decline in viewers and lukewarm reviews.

I think the show would have done better if the show had started in a mid-season slot then lead into Winter Soldier to avoid those mixed feeling form the earlier episodes.

Overall, it's worth it if you're a Marvel completionist but if you're looking to get into the show, I'd start with Season 2.
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