Agents of SHIELD Season 7
Marvel's premiere TV team will return, as ABC has confirmed Agents of SHIELD Season 7.

Patrick Warburton has confirmed that he’ll be reprising his role as Agent Rick Stoner in Agents of SHIELD season 7. Marvel’s flagship TV show is set to be coming to an end following next year’s season 7.

As such, the writers and directors have decided that they’re going out in style, with a time travel plot that explores the history of the MCU – and, particularly, the history of SHIELD.

Agents of SHIELD season 7
Agent Rick Stoner in Agents of SHIELD season 7

The Agents of SHIELD season 6 finale took a surprising turn when Simmons revealed that she and Fitz had cracked time travel by upgrading the jump drive. She told Mack that SHIELD was at war with the Chronicoms. Chronicoms believed that only SHIELD could stop them from successfully invading planet Earth.

Chronicoms wanted to established Cronica 3 as their new home planet here on earth.

The Chronicoms’ plan appears to be to rewrite history in order to ensure that SHIELD can no longer be a threat to them, meaning that it now falls on Mack and his team to protect the timeline in order to defeat them. Needless to say, viewers have been thrilled with this idea, and are deeply curious about which time periods will be explored.

Rick Stoner, was a high-ranking SHIELD agent during the 1970s who had previously only been seen on the Season 5 in holographic form from archival footage. He explained to the ecstatic audience at Dublin Comic-Con that his character will be, “coming back,” and that he’s already, “shot some stuff recently,” exclaiming that it was, “a lot of fun.

Agents of SHIELD Time Travel
Agents of SHIELD Time Travel

Warburton’s Rick Stoner was introduced back in Agents of SHIELD season 5 as one of the highest-ranking agents in the company who was responsible for Project Reclamation. Back in the 1970s, Earth was facing a Hydrogen Wave, an as-yet-unexplained extinction-level event.

After This, SHIELD constructed the Lighthouse, a base explicitly designed to survive the end of the world. Clearly, the construction of the Lighthouse was something that must have taken up a phenomenal amount of time and resources, and yet for some reason, all record of its existence was mysteriously wiped from SHIELD’s records when the crisis had passed.

Coulson later claimed the location as his base of operations in season 5, and Mack continued to do so in season 6. It was finally captured by the Chronicoms in the season 6 finale.

This means that there are really only two ways Rick Stoner could return in the upcoming season. It’s possible that the SHIELD team could travel back to the 1970s and team up with him, perhaps leading to an explanation as to why the records of the Lighthouse were erased in the first place. Alternatively, Stoner had placed a series of holographic messages around the Lighthouse to help the survivors build a new life, so it could be that the Chronicoms have triggered these messages for some reason. With time travel involved in Agents of SHIELD season 7, anything is possible.

Agents of SHIELD Season 7 Release Date

With season six arriving in mid-2019, the earliest we could possibly see the Agents of SHIELD Season 7 premiere will be in early to mid 2020.



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