We discovered that production is already well ongoing on season 7 from the Marvel Agents of the S.H.I.E.L.D. board. Actually, the cast and crew are filming the final episode, which has led several panellists to react emotionally.
“We are shooting now the last episode,” Showrunner Jed Whedon said. “We are currently going through what the characters are doing, which is our final task.”
There were a few remarkable revelations on the board. Whedon knew the story could have a comic book spinoff, to reflect the lacking agent Simmons and Quake era spent in space. Whedon also said that after the series closes, there is “always a possibility” for the personalities that appear in an MCU film.
The committee finished last with the fresh Season 6 teaser trailer. The trailer was mainly centred on the personality Sarge of Clark Gregg, who is not only deceased but who, following his recent death brush, is increasing closer. The trailer teases fresh discoveries concerning its source and real nature as well as the chance that somewhere in Sarge Coulson’s memories may still live.
According to a report, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD will wind up on ABC after its next season 7 and confirm the Twitter profile of the show.
“For Marvel’s S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, the last one is the next summer’s Season 7. Thanks to our supporters for letting us have the Marvel TV series to date,” the tweet said.
SHIELD agents are presently in their sixth season, and Jeph Loeb said that Marvel TV heads are “awesome,” but they are supposed to be stealing themselves from the start line for Saison 7, because now that the end is in view, showrunners can create more and more continuous storytelling choices.