Agents of SHIELD - Episode 3.12 - The Inside Man - Sneak Peeks, Promo, Interview & Promotional Photos *Updated* By SpoilerTV (March 11, 2016, 6:21 pm)
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Post Mortem Interview
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How much is the Inhuman team sort of replacing the S.H.I.E.L.D. team? Have they become the field team?
TANCHAROEN: I don’t think they’ll ever replace the S.H.I.E.L.D. team, but it’s a new facet of S.H.I.E.L.D. We’ve been saying for a while that it’s a slow burn build of the Secret Warriors team, but now in meeting Yo Yo, we may meet a few more down the line.
WHEDON: As with anything, these are powerful people. When you put a bunch of powerful people together, strange things can happen. The desire is to have a powered arm of S.H.I.E.L.D. that can help fight these other worldly adversaries. That’s right now just a hope. Its execution will prove more complicated than we think.
The plan is to keep them all separate since Lash is still out there and Hydra apparently can track Inhumans, right?
WHEDON: At the end of [episode] 11, Daisy (Chloe Bennet) has decided to keep the team spread out so they can call them if necessary, but it is too dangerous to have them all in one place.
Will answers come in more flash-forwards or will clues start showing up in present day?
Tancharoen: These are very specific questions. (Laughs.)
Whedon: I apologize for our vague answers. (Laughs.) We will see how it unfolds and what it really means and if that flash-forward has meaning or if it's just an ominous prediction for the future.
Tancharoen: They will be playing out in scenes in the present day.
Looking ahead to next season, if Agent Carter doesn’t return for a third season, is there room for Agent Carter in the SHIELD universe, or would the time period discrepancy prove to be too much of an obstacle to make it work?
Tancharoen: There's always that possibility.
Whedon: We are in an old SSR base, and Agent Carter founded SHIELD. There's definitely a direct line between the two. We're still very hopeful that it will return because we love it. We are linked to them through history so whether or not we'll tell their stories remains to be seen.
Given the fact that SHIELD has already been renewed for season four, how do you feel about the show’s extended future given Netflix’s Marvel fare and Channing Dungey’s promotion at the network?
Whedon: We feel good. Our job is just to tell stories that we would want to watch, so we could only hope that we're given a chance to let audiences do that. We're thrilled to know going into the end of this year with certainty that we will be returning, because we can build our story accordingly. Knowing that we're going to come back gives us the freedom to tell more interesting stories.