Timeless’ “The Lost Generation” takes the team (and a new, temporary member) to May 21, 1927, chaos ensues, but there’s a lot of heart too.
Timeless’ “The Murder of Jesse James” introduced us to The Lone Ranger and Bass Reeves, while exploring the differences between easy choices and right ones.
Timeless’ “The World’s Columbian Exposition” takes our favorite characters to 1893 Chicago and forces them to confront their fears.
Agent Carter “Hollywood Ending” did what the show does best by reminding viewers of the importance of unity while keeping a wonderful balance between heart and humor.
Agent Carter “The Edge of Mystery” and “A Little Song and Dance” showcase the series’ fantastic ability to balance character development and plot.
Agent Carter “Life of the Party” and “Monsters” played with a variety of noted spy drama tropes, but what they’ve done most phenomenally, is given each of the female characters an opportunity to shine.
Agent Carter “The Atomic Bomb” reminded viewers of the importance of encouraging others and believing in them.
Agent Carter “Smoke and Mirrors” gives us a flashback and as necessary backstory, it reveals more about Whitney Frost.
Agent Carter “Better Angels” continues to explore Zero Matter and its ramifications on the people who come close to it.
Agent Carter “The Lady of the Lake” and “A View in the Dark” bring our favorite characters to a new location and introduce new faces.
In its season finale Agent Carter “Valediction” gives Peggy Carter and Howard Stark the closures they needed while resolving the season’s arc.
Parks and Recreation “Two Funerals” is an episode that reminds viewers that if you have friends, you have everything in life.
As a penultimate episode, Marvel’s Agent Carter “Snafu” is an emotional and physical roller-coaster with plenty of reveals.
The Howling Commandos return in Agent Carter “The Iron Ceiling” and with the help of Peggy Carter, we are one step closer to finding out the truth behind Leviathan.
Howard Stark returns in Agent Carter “The Blitzkrieg Button” to ask Peggy Carter acquiring an invention that was stolen from him.
During its third episode, Agent Carter “Time and Tide” explores Peggy Carter’s time at the SSR and the detail that she must work alone around sexist men.
Agent Carter’s “Now is Not the End” + “Bridge and Tunnel” kick start the show’s exquisite season with an incredible two part premiere.