The writers reveal how they looked to the prequel series to lay the groundwork for the rivalry between Captain America and Iron Man.
Unfortunately, this is one of the shows the streaming platform passed on.
Several months ago, in what ended up being an overall brutal renewal and cancellation season, fans were left broken hearted when Marvel and ABC chose not to renew the beloved Agent Carter for a third season, despite the positive critical reception of its first two seasons. Now, as Hayley Atwell has gone on to her own ABC show and several of the other cast members have found new projects, the likelihood of a third season seems to be dwindling more and more as time goes on.
However, while appearing on the EW Brave New Warriors panel today at San Diego Comic-Con, Dominic Cooper, who played Howard Stark in the series and is currently starring in Preacher on AMC, teased that there may be a third season after all, due to the sizable fan demand following the cancellation.
At the very least, there looks to be internal discussions about it.
He doesn’t know what is going on but Dominic Cooper says there is talk about more Agent Carter due to fan demand. #SDCC
— Shawn M. @ SDCC (@ShawnEmMadden) July 22, 2016
This doesn’t come as that big of a surprise honestly, considering how beloved Agent Carter really was, especially after its notably solid second season. The real question is all about whether it actually ends up happening or not. Cooper has previously expressed his interests to play Howard onscreen again, and it seems like all of the other cast members would be game.
Now it’s all just a matter of when, where, and how. If it actually ever progresses far enough for those kinds of discussions, that is.
Well, at least now we know how Agent Carter REALLY feels.
So long, Peggy Carter.
Watch out Ms. Frost, Mr. Jarvis is coming for you!
Ms. Underwood, welcome back. We’ve missed you!
We see a completely new side of Peggy that we never knew existed.
Who did we miss?
Peggy reaches out to an old friend.
Bobbi and Hunter get their own show (finally…maybe)
Agent Carter is ready for her close-up.
Looks like season 2 of ‘Agent Carter’ is about to get a whole lot sunnier…
How will our favorite SSR agent fare in Hollywood?