In the past few weeks, MARVEL has announced on it’s official website that not one, but two of their television shows are returning for another season, as everyone’s favorite Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), will return to the small screen, as MARVEL’s “Agent Carter” will be returning for a second season this upcoming midseason. Read on to learn about what Peggy will be up to come midseason.
According to the official MARVEL website, Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) will be beginning new chapter in her life as she is no longer in New York, but in Los Angeles for what was described as her “most dangerous assignment” yet. There, she will discover new friends, and possibly, even a new romantic interest. However, things will get dangerous for her, in post-World War II Los Angeles. She soon discovers a new threat, one that’s even worse than before, that might put everyone she loves in danger.
According to Digital Spy, this upcoming season will consist of ten episodes, and a video posted on Spoiler TV on the Question and Answer portion at Comicapalooza in Houston, Texas. It was held on May 22, 2015, revealed more interesting tidbits regarding the second season of the show.
In the clip, she told fans that the second season is an exciting one for her character. She has finally mourned the loss of Steve Rogers properly, allowing her to move on with her life.
She also told her fans that the second season would explore the darker world of post-World War II Hollywood, and told them that she does hope that Lyndsy Fonseca will return as Peggy’s best friend, Angie Martinelli. It is refreshing to feature two women in a series who are good friends, and are not rivals with each other.
Aside from this, Atwell also teased that the second season will also reveal some of Peggy’s back story before World War II.
Aside from this, she talked about past roles, and dream roles as an actress, and told the fans some stories about what happens behind the scenes. For example, she related how she and James D’Arcy, who plays Edwin Jarvis, and Dominic Cooper, who plays Howard Stark, joust with each other on set on office chairs with wheels; and how she and James made it a point to adjust their accent to the accent that the British had during the 1940s in order to make it sound and seem authentic.
And that was all for the update on MARVEL’s “Agent Carter”. For more news and updates on MARVEL’s “Agent Carter” and other television shows, keep on following Movie News Guide (MNG).
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