After seven seasons, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD ended last August due to mixed ratings, criticism, and a creative executive decision.
Years before the announcement of the new Marvel Cinematic Universe series as WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Y Loki, SHIELD Agent released on ABC as the studio’s first television show. It aired on September 24, 2013 and was instantly popular with Marvel fans. The expansion of the SHIELD organization after the events of 2012 the Avengers It was a huge draw when audiences tuned in to watch Agent Coulson, Melinda May, Daisy Johnson, and the rest of the cast battle Hydra.
Agents of protection It ran for a total of seven seasons before coming to an end last August. With declining ratings, expensive licenses, and the rise of new MCU properties, the cancellation came as no surprise.
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Agents of protection started strong with a good audience and high ratings, but mixed reviews. After season 1, the reviews improved, but the ratings dropped. Season after season, viewership ratings, viewership, and enthusiasm for the show continued to decline. License fees also became an issue, and the series lowered them to ensure the renewal of seasons 5 and 6.
Despite the series’ aforementioned difficulties, the creators stated the official reason why Agents of protection came to an end was so they could finish it on their terms. According to Marvel Television boss Jeph Loeb, the series was supposed to end in season 5. The end of that season is even titled “The End.” However, ABC asked if they could do a season 6 and then asked for a season 7.
In an interview with Term, Loeb had this to say about the decision to continue with season 7:
“We all came to the conclusion that having another season is so flattering, so beautiful, so amazing, but how about we go back and say yes, but this is it?”
He elaborated, saying that they accepted the seventh season with the intention of it being their last. They wanted to give viewers the most satisfying ending possible and tie up loose ends without dragging it out any longer than necessary.
Marvel TV’s decision to terminate Agents of protection with season 7 it was probably for the best. As stated above, the ratings and reviews were mixed. Not only that, but with Disney’s new MCU television properties on the horizon, Agents of protection I would have had stiff competition.
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