Odds are you watch Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D ., because you’re reading this. That throws you in a kind of exclusive club. Which is to say , not many people watch this show. A hanging story-chad of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, S.H.I.E.L.D. has had ratings consistently low enough to construct the prospect of its renewal every year a kind of comic-book cliffhanger.
Yet it was. Six days. No matter what–stranding characters on remote planets, swapping members of the ensemble in and out, touring through some back alleys of the Marvel pantheon for personas whom it’d perhaps be a stretch to describe as beloved–Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was just … on, y’all. And now, as the indicate preps for its final season, it’s finally over. In the hours before the show’s Thursday panel at San Diego Comic-Con, the network ultimately took a shotgun axe to its little sci-fi superhero spy show.( The shotgun axe is a thing in the testify. That’s the kind of show it is .)