ABC has delayed the premiere of its second season of Marvel’s “Agent Carter” from Tuesday, January 5th to Tuesday, January 19th. While we do have to wait longer to see Peggy in action again, this is no cause for alarm. The move was done to make room for President Obama’s 2016 State of the Union address, which will be occurring on Tuesday, January 12th.
I can only assume this means that the post-winter break return of “Agents of SHIELD” will be pushed back by two weeks as well, given that it is meant to regain its timeslot after 9 weeks of “Carter” episodes. That would slate the return of “SHIELD” for March 22nd, after its mid-season finale next week. A longer break than expected, but it certainly won’t be an uneventful one.
“Agent Carter” will arrive on ABC with its 2-hour premiere on Tuesday, January 19th at 9PM (EST) and continue through March 15th. Are you ready? We are!
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