Another one of those shows that starts off pretty meh then finds it's footing and takes a significant turn for the better.
Gave up half way through season 1, gave it another chance, and now I can't wait for each new episode!
I Love this show, it's about the Agents of SHIELD not superheros.. I don't know how the average person judges acting. But I totally got into the story line and how it tied into the movies. I suppose thats why season two is starting earlier..
Wildly disappointing on almost every level. Not a single new character is interesting, or even seems like they could be interesting, and the bad acting does not help.
I'd hoped for something on a grander scale, even if just for the pilot, but it felt especially small and confined.
If it wasn't for Coulson and the Marvel banner this would be gone within half a dozen episodes. Having said that "Under the Dome" was apparently the hit of the season and that is absolute rubbish. But like UtD, I just want to know the why. Why/How is Coulson alive? That's it. The credits rolled and that was the only thing that had my interest. I couldn't even remember the other characters names without some effort.
It's not even a case of having such high hopes or putting the idea on a pedestal, it's just a very weak showing.
If you are considering watching it then you should. It does start out slow but watch the first season to get context. The seasons just get better and develop the characters well. You get a lot of story along with background into the current Marvel movies. Definitely give it a chance. #ShiftvW8
@majormercyflush Maybe if you actually watched the rest of the show you would find out why he is alive. The show starts off pretty slow and only really gets great midway through the first season. Then it is pretty damn good.
In preparation for season four, I'm watching the first three seasons in order via Netflix. A little more than two episodes a day and I should be ready for the season premiere on September 20th,
(I'm also watching all the Netflix series in preparation for the September 30 series premiere of Luke Cage.)