AoS S4 News Accumulator

Following is a collection of news and spoilers for Agents of SHIELD season four.
  • Air date: September 20, 2016
  • Starring: Clark Gregg (Phil Coulson), Ming-Na Wen (Melinda May), Chloe Bennet (Daisy Johnson), Ian De Caestecker (Leo Fitz), Elizabeth Henstridge (Jemma Simmons), and Henry Simmons (Alphonso Mackenzie)
  • Guest starring: Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), John Hannah (Dr. Radcliffe), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Parminder Nagra (Rota Nadeer), Jason O'Mara (Jeffrey Mace), Lilli Birdsell (Lucy)
  • Producers: Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon, Maurissa Tancharoen, Jeffrey Bell, and Jeph Loeb
  • Writers: Jed Whedon (x2), Maurissa Tacharoen, Drew Greenberg (x2), Craig Titley (x2), Matt Owens (x2), Nora Zuckerman (x2), Lilla Zuckerman (x2), Jeffrey Bell, DJ Doyle (x2), Paul Zbyszewski (x2), Brent Fletcher (x2), James C. Oliver (x2), Sharia Oliver (x2), George Kitson, plus more
  • Directors: Billy Gierhart (x4), Vincent Misiano, Magnus Martens, Brad Turner, Kate Woods, Jesse Bochco (x2), Kevin Tancharoen (x2), Garry A. Brown (x2), Nina Lopez-Corrado, Wendey Stanzler, Jed Whedon, Oz Scott, Eric Laneuville, Vincent Misiano, plus more
  • Show will be broadcast at 10/9c instead of 9/8, allowing a TV-14 rating
  • Season synopsis
  • Trailers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6
  • Iconic poster
  • Cast photos here, here, here, and here
  • LMD poster
1. "The Ghost" (September 20, 2016)
  • Written by Jed Whedon & Maurissa Tancharoen, directed by Billy Gierhart
  • Synopsis
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Review
  • Guest starring: Natalia Cordova-Buckley (Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez), Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Lorenzo James Henrie (Gabe), Briana Venskus (Agent Piper), Max Osinski (Agent Red), Ricardo Walker (Agent Prince), Edward Gelhaus (skinhead), Ian Hutton (Blondie), Blaise Miller (lab tech), Samuel Barajas (Felix), Bryan Rasmussen (warehouse manager), Wilson Ramirez (Diego), Jen Kuo Sung (Chen), Jerry Ying (thug #1) and Lilli Birdsell (Lucy)
2. "Meet the New Boss" (September 27, 2016)
  • Written by Drew Z. Greenberg, directed by Vincent Misiano
  • Filming report
  • Synopsis
  • Pictures
  • Trailer 1 and 2
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Review
  • Guest starring: Jason O’Mara (the Director), Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), Briana Venskus (Agent Piper), Nico David (boy), John Churchill (father), Adrian Quinonez (Ignacio), Jen Kuo Sung (Chen), Daniel Zacapa (Canelo), Lilli Birdsell (Lucy), Dan Donohue (Frederick), Ward Roberts (Hugo), Usman Ally (Vincent), Deren Tadlock (armed S.H.I.E.L.D. guard) and Mark Daneri (Wisconsin congressman)
3. "Uprising" (October 11, 2016)
  • Written by Craig Titley, directed by Magnus Martens
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer 1 and 2
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1 and 2 
  • Guest starring: John Hannah (Holden Radcliffe), Natalia Cordova-Buckley (Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez), Jason O’Mara (the Director), Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Parminder Nagra (Senator Rota Nadeer), Alexander Wraith (Agent Anderson), Lorenzo James Henrie (Gabe Reyes), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), Ricky Saenz (pistol punk), Devon Libran (slugger punk), Valery Ortiz (Maria), Derek Hughes (The Amazing Mertz), Preston Flagg (Darryl), Stephanie Maura Sanchez (bridesmaid #1), Jen Kuo Sung (Chen), Dale Pavinski (Briggs), Michael Cory Davis (agitator), Aaron Gaffrey (mystery figure) and Adriana Diaz (hostage)
4. "Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire" (October 18, 2016)
  • Written by Matt Owens, directed by Brad Turner
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Guest starring: John Hannah (Holden Radcliffe), Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Axle Whitehead (James), Jose Zuniga (Eli Morrow), Kerr Smith (Joseph), Phil Tyler (watchdog #1), Sergio Enrique (guard), Tanner Fontana (Elliot) and Lilli Birdsell (Lucy)
5. "Lockup" (October 25, 2016)
  • Written by Nora Zuckerman & Lilla Zuckerman, directed by Kate Woods
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures
  • Clip 1, 2, and 3
  • Guest starring: Jason O’Mara (Jeffrey Mace), Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), Parminder Nagra (Senator Nadeer), Maximilian Osinski (Agent Davis), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), Jose Zuniga (Eli Morrow), Kerr Smith (Joseph Bauer), James Edson (Warden Green), Ricardo Walker (Agent Prince), Sky Soleil (corrections officer), Rolando Molina (Santino), Brandon Keener (Harlan), Jermaine Jacox (ferocious watchdog), Lilli Birdsell (Lucy Bauer), Ward Roberts (Hugo), Usman Ally (Vincent), and Devin Barry (producer)
6. "The Good Samaritan" (November 1, 2016)
  • Written by Jeffrey Bell, directed by Billy Gierhart
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1, 2, and 3
  • Guest starring: Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), Lorenzo James Henrie (Gabe Reyes), Maximilian Osinski (Agent Davis), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), Jose Zuniga (Eli Morrow), Kerr Smith (Joseph Bauer), Lili Birdsell (Lucy Bauer), Dan Donohue (Frederick), Ward Roberts (Hugo), Usman Ally (Vincent), and Shaun Clay (Tac Agent Wilder)
7. "Deals With Our Devils" (November 29, 2016)
  • Written by DJ Doyle, directed by Jesse Bochco
  • Trailer 1 and 2
  • Synopsis
  • Pictures
  • Clip 1 and 2
  • Guest starring: Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Manish Dayal (man), Alexander Wraith (Agent Anderson), Lorenzo James Henrie (Gabe Reyes), Maximilian Osinski (Agent Davis), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), Jose Zuniga (Eli Morrow), Blaise Miller (Agent Nathanson), Arnell Powell (scientist), Lance Broadway (Tac Team Leader), and David An (Zhi)
8. "The Laws of Inferno Dynamics" (December 6, 2016)
  • Written by Paul Zbyszewski, directed by Kevin Tancharoen
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1 and 2 
  • Guest starring: John Hannah (Holden Radcliffe), Natalia Cordova-Buckley (Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez), Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), Jose Zuniga (Eli Morrow), Blaise Miller (Agent Nathanson), Coleen Sullivan (reporter) and Steve Suh (Peng)
9. "Broken Promises" (January 10, 2017)
  • Written by Brent Fletcher, directed by Garry A. Brown
  • Synopsis
  • Trailers 1 and 2
  • Pictures
  • Poster
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Guest starring: Natalia Cordova-Buckley (Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez), Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Parminder Nagra (Senator Nadeer), John Pyper-Ferguson (Terrence Shockley), Manish Dayal (Vijay Nadeer), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), Blaise Miller (Agent Nathanson), Shari Vasseghi (Sunjna Nadeer), Bryan Keith (Zack Bynum)
10. "The Patriot" (January 17, 2017)
  • Written by James C. Oliver & Sharia Oliver, directed by Kevin Tancharoen
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures 
  • Clip 1 and 2
  • Guest starring: Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Adrian Pasdar (Brigadier General Glenn Talbot), Maximillian Osinski (Agent Davis), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), Troy Caylak (Yuri Zaikin), Kimberley Drummond (Agent Crawford), Shelly Robertson (Michelle Caldwell), and Alastair Bayardo (Agent McCafferty)
11. "Wake Up" (January 24, 2017)
  • Written by Drew Z. Greenberg, directed by Jesse Bochco
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Guest starring: Natalia Cordova-Buckley (Elena “Yo-Yo-Rodriguez), Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Parminder Nagra (Senator Nadeer), Adrian Pasdar (Brigadier General Glenn Talbot), Chuck McCollum (committee chairperson), Sally Shamrell (committee member), Mikel Miller (capitol police lieutenant), Ava Acres (Katya), and Jonathan Stanley (attendant)
12. "Hot Potato Soup" (January 31, 2017)
  • Written by Craig Titley, directed by Nina Lopez-Corrado
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1, 2, and 3
  • Guest starring: Mallory Jansen (Aida), Patton Oswalt (Koenig), John Pyper-Ferguson (Shockley), Maximilian Osinski (Agent Davis), Artemis Pebdani (L.T. Koenig), Zach McGowan (The Superior), Konstantin Lavysh (Russian #1) and Zack Sayenko (Russian #2)
13. "BOOM" (February 7, 2017)
  • Written by Nora & Lilla Zuckerman, directed by Billy Gierhart
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Guest starring: Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Mallory Jansen (Aida 2.0/Agnes), Parminder Nagra (Senator Nadeer), John Pyper-Ferguson (Shockley), Maximilian Osinki (Agent Davis), Damian Gomez (coffee vendor), Zach McGowan (The Superior), Ricardo Walker (Agent Prince), Daren Tadlock (Cecilio), Bryan Keith (Bynum), Sheila Cutchlow (FBI Agent Jurmain), Tom Virtue (motel clerk), Darsha Philips (field reporter), Abraham Amkpa (lab tech), Johnny Rivas (waiter), and Pierce Minor (Watchdog #1)
14. "The Man Behind the Shield" (February 14, 2017)
  • Written by Matt Owens, directed by Wendey Stanzler
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Guest starring: Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Mallory Jansen (Aida 2.0), Maximilian Osinski (Agent Davis), Zach McGowan (The Superior), Frederick Lawrence (guard), Stivi Paskoski (lead SVR agent), and Alexander Chemyshev (Russian thug)
15. "Self Control" (February 21, 2017)
  • Written by Jed Whedon, directed by Jed Whedon
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Pictures
  • Poster 
  • Guest starring: Natalia Cordova-Buckley (Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez), Jason O’Mara (Director Jeffrey Mace), Mallory Jansen (Aida 2.0), Briana Venskus (Agent Piper), Maximilian Osinki (Agent Davis), Zach McGowan (The Superior), Ricardo Walker (Agent Prince), and Cantrell Harris (Agent Fisher)
16. "What If..." (April 4, 2017)
  • Written by DJ Doyle, directed by Oz Scott
  • Trailer
  • Synopsis
  • Pictures
  • Clips 1 and 2
  • Guest starring: Brett Dalton (Grant Ward), Mallory Jansen (Aida), Manish Dayal (Vijay Nadeer), Brandon Morales (Agent Pinsky), Taj Speights (Burnell), Chad Wood (Agent Slate), Jade Harlow (Julia Price), Jim Hanna (guy), Heather Olt (woman), Jason Medwin (Hydra guard), Richard Pierre-Louis (Hydra agent), Andrew McGinnis (Hydra agent #1), and Skyler James (Chris Adler)
17. "Identity and Change" (April 11, 2017)
  • Written by George Kitson, directed by Garry A. Brown
  • Synopsis
  • Trailer
  • Clips
  • Guest starring: Brett Dalton (Grant Ward), Jason O’Mara (Jeffrey Mace), Frances Gregg (Amy), Jordan Rivera (Hope), Randall J. Bacon (lead Hydra agent), Brandon Walter (person in line), David Landry (Hydra special agent), David Weiss (serious man), and Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows)
18. "No Regrets" (April 18, 2017)
  • Written by Paul Zbyszewski, directed by Eric Laneuville
  • Synopsis
  • Pictures
  • Trailer
  • Clips
  • Guest starring: Brett Dalton (Grant Ward), Jason O’Mara (Jeffrey Mace), Jordan Rivera (Hope Mackenzie), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), David O’Hara (Alistair), Adam Kulbersh (Kenneth), Taj Speights (Burnell), Skyler James (Chris Adler), Beau Bonness (Hydra gate guard), and Christopher Showerman (Hydra soldier)
19. "All the Madame's Men" (April 25, 2017)
  • Written by James C. Oliver & Sharla Oliver, directed by Billy Gierhart
  • Synopsis
  • Pictures
  • Trailer
  • Guest starring: Brett Dalton (Grant Ward), Mallory Jansen (Madame Hydra/Aida), Jordan Rivera (Hope Mackenzie), David Weiss (serious man), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), Zach McGowan (The Superior), David O’Hara (Alistair), Ben Cain (Hydra agent), Andy Comeau (Hydra doctor), Kavita Patil (Mrs. Lee), and Simon Kassianides (Sunil Bakshi)
20. "Farewell, Cruel World!" (May 2, 2017)
  • Written by Brent Fletcher, directed by Vincent Misiano
  • Synopsis
  • Pictures
  • Guest starring: Natalia Cordova-Buckley (Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez), Mallory Jansen (Madame Hydra/Aida), Jordan Rivera (Hope Mackenzie), Briana Venskus (Agent Piper), Maximilian Osinski (Agent Davis), Patrick Cavanaugh (Burrows), David O’Hara (Alistair), Ricardo Walker (Agent Prince), Rheagan Wallace (Marilyn), and Richard Whiten (Gedrick)
21. "The Return" (May 9, 2017)
  • Written by TBC, directed by TBC
  • Synopsis
  • Guest starring: TBC
Episode 22
  • Written by TBC, directed by TBC
  • Guest starring: TBC

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