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Marvel's Agent Carter: Season 1 (2015)




Critic Consensus: Focusing on Peggy Carter as a person first and an action hero second makes Marvel's Agent Carter a winning, stylish drama with bursts of excitement and an undercurrent of cheeky fun.


Air date: Jan 6, 2015
Air date: Jan 6, 2015
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The first season of this action-adventure series follows Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) as she returns to work at Strategic Scientific Reserve after World War II. Upon her return, SSR begins investigating billionaire inventor Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper) for selling weapons to enemies of the United States. However, Stark secretly seeks out Carter and asks her to help clear his name. Carter, in direct conflict with SSR, goes undercover to help Stark. James D'Arcy, Chad Michael Murray, Enver Gjokaj … More

Genre: Action & Adventure
Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Jan 6, 2015
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Chad Michael Murray
as Jack Thompson
Dominic Cooper
as Howard Stark
James D'Arcy
as Edwin Jarvis
Shea Whigham
as Roger Dooley
Hayley Atwell
as Peggy Carter
Bridget Regan
as Dottie Underwood
Enver Gjokaj
as Daniel Sousa
Neal McDonough
as Dum Dum Dugan
Reggie Austin
as Jason Wilkes
Wynn Everett
as Whitney Frost
Lotte Verbeek
as Ana Jarvis
Currie Graham
as Calvin Chadwick
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Critic Reviews for Marvel's Agent Carter: Season 1

All Critics (41) | Top Critics (22)

Peggy Carter to the rescue. And boy, can Marvel and ABC use her help.

Full Review… | October 21, 2015
USA Today
Top Critic

After the obligatory flashbacks to 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger, from which ABC's new period entertainment/marketing opportunity/sleep aid Agent Carter springs, Agent Peggy Carter struts in.

Full Review… | October 21, 2015
Top Critic

A fairly entertaining conglomeration of nostalgia, postwar intrigue, comic-book science fiction and screwball comedy (with frequent interludes of bone-crunching violence).

Full Review… | October 21, 2015
New York Times
Top Critic

Agent Peggy Carter is a marvelous addition to the cool women characters now prowling TV screens.

Full Review… | October 21, 2015
New York Daily News
Top Critic

Peggy Carter rocks.

Full Review… | October 21, 2015
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic

Peggy deserved her own story line and now she's got one.

Full Review… | October 21, 2015
Detroit Free Press
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Marvel's Agent Carter: Season 1

Though initially shaky, Agent Carter quickly resolves itself to become worthwhile television, both independent of and connected to the larger Marvel Universe.

Gimly M.
Gimly M.

Super Reviewer


After hearing many great things about Agent Carter I decided to give it a go. Seemed it had everything I wanted from a Marvel thingy: it was short, the setting seemed interesting and Agent Carter was my favorite thing in the first Cap movie, but severely underused.

Unfortunately, Agent Carter is just passable entertainment. There's nothing wrong with it but nothing great either. The story is the usual Marvel stuff: shiny objects, bad guys want it, good guys too. Conspiracies so obvious ensue and nothing much will stick when it all ends. Despite having an awesome lead character, Agent Carter is ultimately boring, occasionally cheeky but never really connects to the Marvel universe or offers anything you haven't seen thousands of times before.

Francisco G.
Francisco Godinho

Super Reviewer

Marvel blunders once again with the prequel series Agent Carter, which further drags the Marvel Cinematic Universe into mediocrity. Set in the late 1940s, SSR officer Peggy Carter is recruited by Howard Stark to work undercover and clear his name of selling weapons on the black market. Carter is extensively re-written to be an action-hero, and it doesn't feel true to the character from the Captain America film. And for that matter, the whole setup of Stark being branded a trader seems preposterous. Still, there's some nice action and the actors do a fairly good job (given what they have to work with). Only eight episodes, Season 1 of Agent Carter wasn't meant to do much more than fill-in the winter hiatus of Agents of SHIELD, and this shows in it's clear lack of ambition; as nothing of any real consequence happens.

Dann Michalski
Dann Michalski

Super Reviewer


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Caius Chung

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