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The series successfully blends super-heroics with women's post-war fight against sexism in a fun, winking way.
To make Agent Carter work, and work well, Atwell and ABC knew she needed to be a relatable human first, and a subsidiary member of the populous Marvel universe second. Those priorities are straightened out efficiently on Tuesday's (opening) episode.
Agent Carter is ridiculously enjoyable. Despite not having the strongest story (another glittering orb Marvel? really?), the show is quick, genuinely fun, and Hayley Atwell is a damn delight as Peggy Carter.
Atwell brings some presence to the lead role, flashing specs of vulnerability while mostly keeping her shoulder to the wheel.
It actually feels like a TV show, with a clear sense of purpose and a savvy sense of style. Rather than biding time between blockbusters, like the dot-connecting drudgery of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter travels back in it
Fun, stylish and energetic, Marvel's Agent Carter is everything we wanted it to be - and everything Marvel Studios' first foray into lady adventure character stories should be.
Agent Carter has never leaned too heavily on action; that's just not what makes it exciting. The show follows its own rhythm, one that's a little more laid back than the Marvel films.
Agent Carter's two-hour premiere knocks most pilot episodes out of the water.
Audience Reviews for Marvel's Agent Carter: Season 1
Dec 16, 2020A little slow at the beginning but soon will have you at the edge of your seat wondering whats next.
Nov 27, 2020I just think its brilliant
Aug 27, 2020Im actually impressed i mean the action
Aug 21, 2020I'm watching Agent Carter through Disneyplus and wow it is amazing, exciting and I love all the characters. The plot, storyline is very interesting and was hooked from the first episode. I couldn't stop watching until I was finished with the entire season. Highly recommend this show
Aug 08, 2020This series is awesome dude
Jul 25, 2020The best Marvel show not on netfilx. A fantastic cast and the one of those shows that feels different. The woman empowerment message is really cool.
Jul 07, 2020Great fun, a solid addition to the Marvel universe.
Jun 11, 2020Marvel's Agent Carter is my favorite superhero show, my favorite Marvel show, and one of my favorite shows of all time. Hayley Atwell's performance as Peggy Carter is exceptional, she really gets to shine as the character even more than she got to in Captain America: The First Avenger and she puts so much emotion and strength into her performance and her performance and the character show that a woman can do a job just as good if not better than any man could and she plays a single working woman living in the 1940s having to juggle work, her social life, and dealing with the trials and tribulations of a woman living in the 40s perfectly. Hayley Atwell gives a emotionally powerful and inspirational performance, her performance is one of my top 5 favorite Marvel performances and Peggy is one of my top 5 favorite Marvel characters. The supporting performances are stupendous especically from Bridget Regan, Dominic Cooper, James D'Arcy, Lyndsy Fonseca, and Enver Gjokaj. The setting is outstanding, I love 40s look and it feels and looks really authentic. The makeup and hairstyling is phenomenal especially on Hayley Atwell, Bridget Regan, Lyndsy Fonseca, and Dominic Cooper. The costumes are excellent especially on Hayley Atwell and Bridget Regan. The props are superb especially the cars and guns. The makeup, hair, costumes, and props are all authentically 40s looking. The visual effects are spectacular especially the nitramene bomb explosions. This is an A+ first season.
Apr 25, 2020Nice development of Agent Carter. Hayley Atwell with a strong showing.
Feb 07, 2020A giant missed opportunity for Marvel, which may have pushed the series in a new, fresh direction compared to rather cookie cutter, unified tone of the movies, utilizing its titular character, time period and setting to create a real noir television. They didn't.