Marvel's Agents of SHIELD reveals first look at Agent Carter crossover for final season
MARVEL'S Agents of SHIELD has revealed the first look at the Agent Carter crossover episode in its final season.
The ABC series will come to an end after the upcoming seventh season, but fans will be treated to an epic crossover before it finishes.
LMD robot version of Agent Coulson and his SHIELD Agents jump back in time to New York City in 1931, where they cross paths with Agent Carter's Daniel Sousa.
The character – played by Enver Gjokaj – had been a potential love interest to Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) in the cancelled ABC series, and viewers will be delighted to see him back in the SHIELD world.
Speaking about his return, series co-creator Jed Whedon told Entertainment Weekly: "One of the things we think is so fun – especially with Coulson, who's just a fanboy for SHIELD history – is them just getting to walk right into [the group's history].
"With Sousa, we had a good opportunity to hit that note with Agent Coulson."
Enver added: "What's unexpectedly, for me, really fun is that we realised once we got Coulson and [Sousa] in the same scene that they're very similar."
Fans will have to wait and see what else happens in the crossover, and how the team manage to get back to the present day.
Meanwhile, Chloe Bennet – who plays Quake – recently spoke about the Agents of SHIELD finale, and that it could prove divisive among fans.
She said: "With the end of every series, I mean you look at Game of Thrones – if you have a fanbase that cares about the characters, they're going to have a possessiveness over how you want it to end, obviously.
"I do that all the time with shows. I don't think we're going to make everyone happy, but they definitely do a really good job."
Agents of SHIELD first aired in September 2013 and saw Clark Gregg reprise his role as Agent Coulson from the Marvel films.
Meanwhile Agent Carter premiered in January 2015 but was cancelled after just two seasons in May 2016.
Series seven of Agents of SHIELD will premiere on ABC in the US on May 27.
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