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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Cast Say Their Goodbyes in Series Finale Featurette

After seven seasons of adventures across the Marvel Comics canon, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are saying goodbye on Wednesday - with one last epic battle against an advanced alien race, their omnipresent, time-bending Predictor and a few trenchcoat-clad Inhumans hell-bent on destroying S.H.I.E.L.D. and bringing anarchy to a shattered Earth. She spent the finale slowly remembering what she was fighting for: her daughter!

Simply said, when locking onto where Coulson, May, Daisy et al would end up, "We sort of tried to put everybody in a different-feeling thing and in a different place and separate them as much as possible", Whedon said. "It felt correct to put her in there, in command of the Zephyr". Fittingly, in a callback to the ending of the ABC series' really first episode, he has just gotten his "Lola" again (thanks to Mack, permanently the mechanic), which he pilots up, up and absent ahead of issues fade to black. "That made lovely sense to us". Furthermore, the producers like the concept of a rock star moonlighting with a spy firm (or vice versa).

Thought of all together, the S.H.I.E.L.D.

The official synopsis for the final episodes are: "With their backs against the wall and Nathaniel and Sibyl edging ever closer to eliminating S.H.I.E.L.D. from the history books, the agents must rely on their strengths to outsmart and outlast the Chronicoms".

"So, we're still proud of it, and it is odd to have said goodbye a year ago and now, again, be saying goodbye". "So it is pretty particular to us, and I do think there's a perception of hope for what's to arrive for every of them".

The journey up until this point has been long and full of twists for the team at the heart of the MCU-adjacent show, but this final season threw the wildest curveball of all into the mix in the form of time travel. "That bond between them will always be there".



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