Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is back with the new episode "Closure" tonight. In the last episode, "Many Heads, One Tale," Coulson (Clark Gregg) huddled the team and let them know he intended to get to the bottom of the ATCU mysteries. Lincoln (Luke Mitchell) was shocked and a bit terrified when May (Ming-Na Wen) picked him for her partner in the proceedings. Turned out she just wanted to apologize for what Andrew/Lash did to him, and was apologetic that she did not realize what was happening sooner. Bobbi (Adrianne Palicki) and Hunter (Nick Blood) pretended to be FBI and told the ATCU they were currently being hacked. Hunter played the nerd, with Daisy (Chloe Bennet) giving him the correct technical terms to use, and Bobbi took off to snoop. She ran into a man with telekinetic abilities, Mr. Giyera, who started fighting her. Bobbi held her own well, but it was Hunter who finally snuck around to knock the man out. Bobbi discovered there were no Inhumans in the facility, and that the only science they were working on was a huge collection of the Terrigen changed into fish oil supplements. When Coulson confronted Rosalind about their findings, she seemed genuinely shocked. She told them that old friend Gideon Malick, from the World Council, was in charge of that part of the ATCU. What none of them knows is that Gideon had already moved Andrew to another location. Jemma (Elizabeth Henstridge) and Fitz (Iain de Caestecker) discovered that Will had just been sent through the portal to the other world as a sacrifice with no intention of getting him back and that Hydra has long been behind the project. Gideon let Ward (Brett Dalton) in on his secret, he has a piece of another portal monolith and intends to send Andrew through it. The monster Jemma saw on the other planet is one that Hydra worships, and now that he knows SHIELD has brought someone back through Gideon intends to get his monster back. Crazy! Let's see if we learn more about this craziness, and what plans Ward has for his old team in tonight's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC.
In tonight's episode, "Closure," Ward's campaign for revenge brings the S.H.I.E.L.D. team to their knees, and Coulson proves he will do anything to settle the score.
Get ready for another exciting The Flash/Arrow crossover episode this evening, this time introducing characters from the upcoming series, Legends of Tomorrow. In "Legends of Today," we'll meet the big baddie from the new series, as well as two of the good guys - Hawkgirl and Hawkman, as Barry (Grant Gustin) works with Oliver and his team once again. In the last episode, "Gorilla Warfare," Grodd the gigantic, intelligent gorilla broke into several labs by taking over the minds of scientists there. Barry and the team set about stopping him and used Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) to pretend he was old Wells to trick Grodd into taking orders from "father." It didn't go so well, but the team was able to save Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) from Grodd. Wells told them there was a place on his Earth that would be good to send Grodd, so the team worked together with Wells to send Grodd through the correct portal. It worked, and Grodd ended up inside a big rainforest refuge where there were giant gorilla statues carved into the mountainsides. Cisco (Carlos Valdes) went out with Kendra, but when he touched her he "vibed" on her and saw that she had wings and wore a helmet. Let's see what happens when he learns more of her story in tonight's episode of The Flash on The CW.
We finally learned Glenn's fate, and I'm sure we are all happy we were right! Now we have to watch as the wall of Alexandria caves in the mid-season finale "Start to Finish" on a new The Walking Dead tonight. Who will get killed and who will survive?! Last week, in "Heads Up," we saw that Glenn (Steven Yeun) had done what everyone guessed, and wriggled his way from under Nicholas's body to under the dumpster. He killed one Walker that tried to get under and afterward that body blocked him for protection. Rolling a soup can away from him was enough to distract the disbanding herd. When he emerged from under the dumpster, Enid was on top of the roof and threw him a bottle of water. When he told her she had to come back to Alexandria with him, Enid pulled a gun on Glenn. He quickly grabbed it away, and the two found the helium balloons the group was using to mark their path in moving the herd before. When they got near their community, they could see the Walkers surrounding the fence. Glenn let the balloons go, and Maggie (Lauren Cohan), Rick (Andrew Lincoln), and others saw the balloons and now know Glenn is alive. Jessie's (Alexandra Breckenridge) son Ron pretended to want shooting lessons. When he talked Rick into letting him carry around the empty gun to get used to it, he had something else on his mind. He broke into the armory for bullets, and then stalked behind Carl (Chandler Riggs). The question is will he get to shoot Carl before the Walkers show up, or did Rick smartly take the firing pin out or something? We'll see! Meanwhile, Spencer (Austin Nichols) decided he could use a grappling hook over the fence to the tower. He had a big plan to escape through there, get a car, and heroicly lead the Walkers away. Instead, Rick and Tara (Alanna Masterson) had to save his butt when the grappling hook failed, and he fell to the middle of the Walkers like a genius. Rick was not impressed, but Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) was. "At least he tried," she said. Oh, Lord, only a mama would say that! As they discussed this, the tower that everyone had failed to hear pieces falling from all day, finally went kaput. The episode ended with a frozen shot of the tower about to hit the fence that Rick and Tobin had just attempted to mend. Let's see what happens when the herd makes their way in on tonight's mid-season finale of The Walking Dead on AMC.
In the Fall finale, "Start to Finish," with no way out, Rick and the people of Alexandria must defend the community against the invading herd as multiple problems crash together.
Daryl narrowly escaped danger last week, and now we have a look back at the goings on in Alexandria in the episode "Heads Up" on a new The Walking Dead tonight. Last week, in "Always Accountable," the story jumped back to Daryl (Norman Reedus), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green), and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) as they finished leading their half of the herd away from Alexandria. On their way back, though, the trio ran into gunfire in a small town and got separated. After killing the gunmen, Sasha and Abraham holed up in a nearby office to wait for Daryl. Abraham had a mental crisis and eventually got it together after finding a rocket launcher. Daryl's arm was grazed by a bullet and his motorcycle damaged. Not wanting to part with his beloved bike, he walked it into the woods where he ran into three strangers. The man, credited as "D" by AMC, pulled a gun on him, and Daryl had to walk with them as they looked for someone called Patty. Daryl saw a chance to grab their duffle with his crossbow and run, so he did. But, being the good guy he is, when he saw the bag contained a medical box of insulin, he went back to return it to them. Tina, the diabetic, was already weak and things got worse when a group of men came looking for them. Daryl helped the trio hide. They looked on as one of the men was bitten by a Walker, and his boss Wade cut his arm off to save him. Daryl and the three strangers made it to an area that had been burned out earlier by "D" and his old group. They found that Tina's family had died in the fire. She got too close as she mourned, and freaked when she realized they were Walkers, promptly getting attacked and killed. "D" and the woman, Honey, turned on Daryl after he took them to his motorcycle. The two left Daryl, but he eventually found his way to their missing "Patty," which was not a woman but a fuel truck. After Sasha turned down Abraham's flirting Daryl arrived with the fuel truck. As they made their way back to Alexandria, a man's voice cracked over the radio. He just said, "Help." There has been much debate this week over who exactly that man is. I, like many people, thought it sounded like Glenn (Steven Yeun). Others didn't think so, and Norman Reedus reportedly said it wasn't him. Keep in mind the actors aren't allowed to spill any beans on the story, but maybe they are allowed to misdirect? We'll see! I would not count on finding out tonight, though. The story flips back to Alexandria this evening, and they usually save big revelations for the midseason finale, which is next week. Meanwhile, let's see what is going on with the residents back in Alexandria in the tonight's new episode of The Walking Dead on AMC.
In "Heads Up," Alexandria is finally able to begin pulling itself back together; peace is embraced between the two groups. Things are quiet there, briefly.
Melinda confronted her ex, and the team reined in Lash last week. Now the team will learn a bit more about ATCU in the episode "Many Heads, One Tale" on an all-new Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. tonight. Last week, in "Chaos Theory," Andrew was assessing Joey's progress when Melinda (Ming-Na Wen) showed up to confront him. He knocked her out and took her elsewhere to chain her up. Meanwhile, Daisy (Chloe Bennet) and Mack (Henry Simmons) were following clues that led them to believe Andrew was Lash as well. The team went to rescue May from Andrew. Knowing that Lash had been after Lincoln (Luke Mitchell), the young man let them use him to lure the other Inhuman out. Rosalind had admitted she was afraid of Daisy and her kind, but that did not stop Daisy from saving the woman when Lash threw her over a balcony. Daisy used her quake powers to make a funnel of air to catch her! It was Melinda that finally trapped Andrew in the Inhuman safe room using a stun gun. Andrew will be kept sedated in an ATCU stasis pod until a cure is found. After the drama, Rosalind received a phone call. We saw the call was from Gideon Malick, the Hydra man that has been talking with Grant Ward (Brett Dalton). Uh-oh, Coulson (Clark Gregg) would not be pleased! We'll see what happens this evening when S.H.I.E.L.D. learns the truth about the ATCU in tonight's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC.
In "Many Heads, One Tale," the S.H.I.E.L.D. team discovers dangerous truths about the ATCU, and Ward's plans to destroy S.H.I.E.L.D. take a surprising twist.
Last week's episode ended with quite a shocker, and now the gorilla Grodd returns in the episode "Gorilla Warfare" on a new The Flash tonight. Last week, in "Enter Zoom," Barry recruited Linda Park to impersonate her Earth-2 doppelganger hoping to lure Zoom to our world. Their acting was so awful that he didn't fall for it. Cisco asked Wells who Jessie is after "vibing" about him. Wells confessed that Zoom had taken his daughter, Jessie. He felt that if he worked with Barry, they might have a chance to stop the baddie. Wells was relieved when Cisco said Jessie was alive in his vision. Zoom later arrived at the newspaper and took Linda. He took her to S.T.A.R. Labs to lure Barry out, and Barry saved Linda when Zoom dropped her from the roof. Barry tried to use the slowing serum that Wells had made, but it didn't affect the bad speedster much. Zoom kicked Barry's butt and used the serum on him, and at one point crunched his body badly. When Barry woke up, Caitlin and Cisco told him he was hurt bad and that Zoom had escaped. When Cisco laid his hand on Barry's leg, Barry realized he could not feel his legs at all! Barry seems to be in a wheelchair in the trailer for tonight's episode, so it will be interesting what transpires in their efforts to save Central City from Grodd in tonight's episode of The Flash on The CW.
In "Gorilla Warfare," Grodd returns to Central City and kidnaps Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker). Barry (Grant Gustin) and team race to find her before it’s too late. Meanwhile, Cisco (Carlos Valdes) plans his first date with the new barista at Jitters, Kendra Saunders, and Patty begins to suspect Barry is hiding something from her.