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Agent Carter S02 (2016)
- Category: Screen
Directed by: Stephen Cragg, Luis D'Esposito
Script by: Jack Kirby, Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely
Status: Release (US) January 19th 2016 at 9 pm EST on ABC
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi
Runtime: 42 min (8 episodes)
Production Studio: ABC Studios, Marvel Television
Co-Stars:Hayley Atwell, Chad Michael Murray, Enver Gjokaj, Bridget Regan
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Role: Edwin Jarvis, Howard Stark's butler
Plot: “Marvel’s Agent Carter” returns for a dynamic second season of adventure and intrigue, starring Hayley Atwell in the titular role of the unstoppable Agent Peggy Carter, working for the SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve). Dedicated to the fight against new Atomic Age threats in the wake of World War II, Agent Carter journeys from New York City to Los Angeles for her most dangerous – and bizarre – assignment yet. East Coast SSR Chief Jack Thompson (Chad Michael Murray) sends Peggy to work with newly appointed West Coast SSR Chief Daniel Sousa (Enver Gjokaj) to explore a strange homicide involving a body that glows and emanates cold. Upon her arrival, Peggy reunites with Howard Stark’s (Dominic Cooper) butler and her loyal partner-in-crime, Edwin Jarvis (James D’Arcy), who welcomes her to the Hollywood life and sets her up at Stark’s mansion. There, Peggy meets Ana (Lotte Verbeek), Jarvis’ free-spirited and devoted wife to whom she takes an immediate liking. Eventually, the odd investigation leads Peggy to quirky yet charming scientist Jason Wilkes (Reggie Austin), who quickly becomes an ally — and sparks fly. As Peggy continues to find clues in this peculiar case, she is introduced to the machinations of Whitney Frost (Wynn Everett), a movie starlet, brilliant physicist and the true power behind husband and senatorial candidate Calvin Chadwick (Currie Graham). Calvin, a politician who will do anything to get to the top, befriends Vernon Masters (Kurtwood Smith), a veteran of the War Department with a keen understanding of how to work the system. Peggy soon discovers that corruption seemingly runs deep, making it hard to distinguish the good versus the bad. The search comes full circle when Russian spy Dottie Underwood (Bridget Regan) returns into Peggy’s life in a new and unexpected way. But even as Peggy discovers a new city, both old and new friends – and potentially a new love – she’s about to learn the bright lights of post-war Hollywood mask a more sinister threat to everyone she is sworn to protect.
List of episodes:
Ep.01 (19.01.2016) - The Lady in the Lake. Peggy moves to the City of Angels to help Chief Daniel Sousa at the West Coast Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR) investigate a bizarre homicide involving an alleged killer and Isodyne Energy, and reunites with some familiar faces.
Ep.02 (19.01.2016) - A View in the Dark. Peggy discovers her murder investigation has huge ramifications that can destroy her career, as well as everyone near and dear to her.
Ep.03 (26.01.2016) - Better Angels. Peggy's pursuit of the truth about Zero Matter places her on a collision's course with her superiors.
Ep.04 (2.02.2016) - Smoke and Mirrors. Agent Carter and the SSR learn there's more than just a pretty face behind Hollywood star Whitney Frost, Peggy's most dangerous foe yet.
Ep.05. (9.02.2016) - The Atomic Job. As Jarvis' precision and quick-thinking skills are put to the ultimate test, Peggy must find a way to stop an atomic explosion that threatens to destroy all of California.
Ep.06 (16.02.2016) - Life of the Party. When Peggy realizes she cannot save Wilkes on her own, she turns to her most unexpected adversary for help while Whitney makes a move to control the deadly Zero Matter.
Ep.07 (16.02.2016) - Monsters. As Peggy plots a rescue mission, Whitney hunts for even more dark power; and Jarvis learns he should not make promises he cannot keep.
Ep.08 (23.02.2016): The Edge of Mystery. Peggy and Sousa propose a trade with Whitney Frost, while the SSR gets help from Howard Stark that may be the key to eliminating Zero Matter.
Ep.09 (23.02.2016) - A Little Song and Dance. Peggy desperately tries to save Dr. Wilkes with a dangerous plan to stop Whitney Frost. But Thompson makes a surprising move that could destroy them all.
Ep.10 (1.03.2016) - Hollywood Ending. Peggy needs Howard Stark to eliminate Zero Matter as they are faced with a mission none of them could come back.
Trivia & Facts:
- The movie Howard Stark is filming (Better Angels episode) is based on one of Marvel’s own cowboy characters, Kid Colt.
- Better Angels episode has some real-life Hollywood references: Arlene French, Irene Dunne, Cary Grant, The Frolic Room.
- In the comics, Whitney Frost is the name of the villain Madame Masque.
- Zero Matter is also what the series calls Darkforce, which will tie-in to Doctor Strange and was once seen in an episode of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Film Location: Los Angeles, USA
Awards & Nominations:
Peggy: But they're ready for a movie based on a comic book? Sounds like a dreadful idea.
Jarvis: I have no desire to spend the rest of time as a disembodied voice.
Aside from danger, my middle name is charm.
Between them, Atwell, Cooper and D’Arcy have the comic timing and chemistry to make virtually anything work - Den of Geek
Atwell as Carter remains the best female character in the Marvel Universe by some distance, and her double act with James D’Arcy’s Edwin Jarvis provides a constant stream of hilarity and watchably-unresolved sexual tension. Having established their chemistry in the previous series, Peggy and Jarvis are wisely up front and together almost as soon as the show gets going - Den of Geek
Check out: Agent Carter S.2 reviews