'Agents of SHIELD' Season 4 Air Date, News & Update: Episode 1 Improvements From Previous Season

By Jennifer R. Irvin , Updated Sep 30, 2016 11:36 PM EDT
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Marvel's "Agents of Shield""season 4 is in. The most awaited episode 1 one of the new season moved forward six months after the agents fought Grant Ward/Hive. "Agents of Shield" has gone through a number of big changes, which include Daisy Johnson, who is on the run. The Ghost Rider appearance also means bigger challenge to the agents.

Daisy was last seen as a fugitive, destroying banks and several institutions involving the Watchdogs. Her powers may be skyrocketing but it is also taking a toll on her body at the same time. Daisy's main goal is to stop the Watchdogs.

One of the big changes is the introduction of a new director, who remains unseen in this episode. Simmons is promoted as the new Special Advisor to the Director in Science and Technology, Gamespot reported.

Another development from "Agents of Shield" is when Fits discovered the Radcliffe's LMD project. Fitz freaked out over the said project because his pardon from working for Hive will require him to get an approval prior to conducting an experiment.  He feels that it's not a good idea to let the director know about it yet and wait until Aida is perfect.

Meanwhile, Ghost Rider has been slaying people. Daisy, on the other hand, tried to track down the murderer in order to find out if he is connected to the Watchdogs. She was able to find the Ghost Rider, who turned out to be Reyes and ended up fighting with him, Monkeys Fighting Robots reported.

The season premier of "Agents of Shield" brings an intense episode. It gives the show a little mystery, so viewers need to catch up on what has been going on as the story continues to move forward.  Suffice it to say, "Agents of Shield" is still continuously holding the attention of its viewers. Watch the video for more details:

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