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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is a 28-episode, 2-season American TV series developed by Jed Whedon, an American musician and screenwriter, Joss Whedon, an American writer, movie and television producer and director, and Maurissa Tancharoen, an American singer, actress, dancer, television writer and producer and lyricist.
The TV show was developed for the American Broadcasting Company, and its story was derived from the S.H.I.E.L.D., the organization of Marvel Comics, a fictional negotiation and a spy bureau in a world occupied with superheroes and many supernatural incidents. The Marvel's Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series is produced by Marvel Television, ABC Studios, and Mutant Enemy Productions, with Tancharoen, Jed Whedon and Jeffrey Bell, serving as show contenders on the TV series.
The TV series is filmed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which shared a link with the movies in that license, and spins around the role of Phil Coulson, an imaginary character in the show, represented by Clark Gregg, an American actor. Clark Gregg, reprising his role from the movie series, and his S.H.I.E.L.D. agent team, who must cope with a variety of strange cases and enemies. Several roles from Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and Marvel One-Shots emerge all through the series, whereas a few episodes crossover with movies or other MCU TV series directly.
The first season of the TV series originally broadcasted from the 24th of September 2013 to 13th of May 2014, whereas its second season commenced airing on the 23rd of September 2014.
The primary season of the TV series sees Phil Coulson, the agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., putting collectively a small squad of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents to manage odd new cases. They examine Project Centipede and their chief, "The Clairvoyant"; finally finding that Project Centipede is supported by Hydra, an imaginary terrorist association appearing in the series. During the second season of the TV series, after the penetration of Hydra, and the demolition of, S.H.I.E.L.D., Phil Coulson and his group look to reinstate trust from the public and the government, while coping with Hydra affiliates still unconfined, and with the father of Skye.
Response of the TV series
The premiere episode of the TV series earned a rating of 4.7 out of 14 rating in the United States among the 18 year to 49 year old demographic, with a total of 12.12 million spectators, making it the largest network play debut in four years. Though the TV show was introduced with high ratings against its rival, NCIS, its scores declined significantly over the next two months, though it continued Tuesday's leading show in men between 18 years and 49 years, and overall, its position was at No. 3 among upscale juvenile adults behind the TV shows, The Big Bang Theory and Modern Family.
The first episode of the TV show on CTV channel in Canada, which premiered with America, saw 2.706 million watchers, earning the 3rd top viewership of the network for the week. In the UK, the introduction episode three days afterward, Channel 4 saw the leading drama introduction of the year, with the average of 3.23 million watchers.
Nominations and awards
The Marvel's Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.TV show won the 2013 Critics Choice Television award for the Most Exciting New Series category.
The TV show won the 2014 Teen Choice award for the Male Choice TV Breakout Star category.
The TV series 2013 won the Critics Choice Television award for the Most Exciting New Series category.
The Marvel's Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.TV show was nominated for the 2014 Online Film and Television Association award in categories of the Best Sound in a Series and the Best Visual Effects in a Series.