It was announced during Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD panel at the San Diego Comic Con that the television series will end with season 7 in 2020.

In an interview with, Jeph Loeb said, “Well, the bitter side is nobody ever wants anything to end, but it’s going to be amazing, and here’s the best news: Season 6 isn’t over, and you’ve seen none of Season 7. That’s the celebration, there’s still more. It’s not as though we’re going to walk off the stage and say goodbye, you’re never going to see another one of these new stories again. You have to see how this ends, you have to.”

A number of our awesome Spoilerites continue to watch the series, which brings me to the big question, “Is it time for the series to end, or does it need more?”

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD will conclude with 136 episodes that can be syndicated, put on the Disney streaming service, and more.

via Deadline


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1 Comment

  1. I still really enjoy the show. Is it a top notch show? Not by a long shot, but it is fun and entertaining and doesn’t take itself too seriously. I’ll miss it, but 7 seasons is a pretty good run.

    The only worry I really have is that season 5 was going to be the finale and then the show was unexpectedly renewed so they’ve had to write themselves out of what was a fairly well-wrapped up ending and I don’t know if they’ll be able to stick a second landing.

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