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Peggy Carter

Pros and Cons

News for the Future of Agents of SHIELD and Agent Carter

Deadline has good news and eh news from the field of new television in 2014: their sources say that a Peggy Carter series is moving along towards being greenlit, but that it might show up as a bridge between a two part second season of Agents of SHIELD.



We Know A Bunch of Stuff About the Peggy Carter Series, Even Though It’s Still Not Real

Clap your hands if you believe in fairies a period spy/action drama series featuring a female lead.


Today in Awesome

BREAKING: Jaimie Alexander To Guest-Star On Agents of SHIELD As Lady Sif!

Exciting nerd news out of TCA today – Thor’s Jaimie Alexander will be appearing on ABC’S Agents of SHIELD


Fact From the Vapor of Nuance

Rumor: Writers Have Been Brought in for a Peggy Carter Series, and They’re Both Ladies Update: Confirmed!

Rumors of a period television series based on Hayley Atwell‘s Peggy Carter abounded shortly after New Years, and have yet to be officially confirmed by Marvel Entertainment. At least we know that Atwell herself would be super down to continue the role. In any case, Marvel’s pretty good at keeping things a secret, but if the show is in pre-development stages, then Deadline might have some information on where it’s going.


Cautiously Optimistic

Did Captain America’s Hayley Atwell Just Get Her Own Marvel TV Show?

We told you back in October that Hayley Atwell would love to reprise her role as Peggy Carter on the small screen, and today, the internet is ablaze with rumors that this awesomeness might actually be happening. Following in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s footsteps, Agent Carter could be the next show on Marvel’s docket. I’m shaking just thinking of all the retro cosplay opportunities that this show could bring us.


Today in Awesome

Hayley Atwell Talks Women In Superhero Movies, Says She’d Definitely Do An Agent Carter TV Show

The possibility of Peggy Carter getting her own television show just got one small step closer to reality. After those annoying posters and the negative fanboy reactions to Black Widow’s role in Avengers 2, we’ve been needing some good lady news from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so let’s thank the superhero gods for Hayley Atwell.


Great Hera!

Rumor: Marvel Has Peggy Carter-Based TV Series In Early Development

According to Deadline, Marvel is in the process of coming up with a viable TV concept for Peggy Carter, the female lead of Captain America: The First Avenger, and the first female character to headline a project set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (if you count shorts, that is).

To be clear: this isn’t an official announcement, Deadline was unable to find a Marvel Studio representative to comment on it, and even if true “working on a concept for a potential TV series” is not the same as “putting a pilot into development” or “shopping to networks.” But lets talk about the ways in which this makes sense and doesn’t make sense.


Good News Everyone!

Marvel Has Heard Our Prayers, Is Making More Peggy Carter One-Shots

Thank you, Marvel. Just… thank you.


Almost Totally Excellent

Watch Peggy Carter Infiltrate an Enemy Base, Kick A Dude In the Family Jewels [VIDEO]

Last we saw of Agent Carter, Marvel’s upcoming Peggy Carter one-shot, Peggy was whaling on some inferiors who were standing in the way of her doing her job. Here it’s pretty much the same, except there’s a bit of gas mask-assisted espionage beforehand. I can never get enough of her beating people up. It’s a thing.

(via: Digital Spy)

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Here’s A Sneak Peek At Marvel’s Peggy Carter One Shot [VIDEO]

If you weren’t at San Diego Comic-Con, you’ll have to wait until the Iron Man 3 dvd/blu-ray is released to see “Marvel One Shot: Agent Carter” starring Hayley Atwell. But happily, Marvel decided to release a little sneak peek for us to flail over.

Previously in San Diego Comic-Con