|Source: The Plot Bunnies|
ABC and Marvel Studios have today announced the air-date for the first episode of the second season of their cult detective drama Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. The show was first broadcast to the world last September, and since then, it seems reasonable to state that it's had its fair share of teething problems, only to eventually come out on top thanks to a game-changing twist prompted by the release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier just four short months ago.
To our knowledge, the première date of every major superhero-themed programme of the US TV Autumn season has now been confirmed, so below you'll find a full guide to exactly when each of the aforementioned productions will first air over in the States (we'll bring you updates on UK broadcast windows as and when the relevant info arrives). Eagle-eyed readers will notice that Agents will return just a day after Gotham makes its début on Fox, which to us seems to indicate that Marvel Studios are more than prepared to throw down the gauntlet at the former studio's feet on the small-screen ahead of them doing so by launching Captain America 3 on precisely the same date in 2016 as DC and Warner Bros.' Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice...
- Gotham - Monday, September 22nd (Fox)
- Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Tuesday, September 23rd (ABC)
- The Flash - Tuesday, October 7th (The CW)
- Arrow - Wednesday, October 8th (The CW)
- Constantine - Friday, October 22nd (NBC)
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will (ICYMI above) première its surprise-filled second season on ABC this September 23rd, with the newly-announced Marvel Cinematic Universe period drama Marvel's Agent Carter set to début during Agents' mid-season break this Winter.