The unintended consequence of ABC’s meddling was for Blue to air twenty-two straight episodes without reruns, which seemed to be a source of a ratings bump.
Just think…seven seasons in and the show was actually bringing in new viewers.
Battling demons, warlocks, and countless evil spirits on the daily, the aim of the game was to save innocents from the clutches of evil (and to look enviably cool while doing so).
Unfortunately after eight amazing seasons, like all good things, the show came to an end.
"She is 37 and I am 41, so of course settling down and having a family are on our minds...
His only son Kyle (Daryl Sabara) is an insufferable jackass and won't give his father the time of day.
If she hadn’t gotten sucked into the monolith and been on that planet, and if Fitz hadn’t risked everything to save her, he would never be back here. There are very specific people that she’d have no problem with pulling the trigger. I hated reading that scene because we all loved Simon so much.
She didn’t think Ward could get any worse, but he did, and it’s her fault, in a way. Hive is every person that he’s absorbed, which means he’s partially Will. I think that she’s worked so hard to get to this point where she’s able to function and has compartmentalized that crazy, traumatic period of her life, and that would just bring more trauma than comfort. Iain, how will Fitz react to Hive having Ward’s face? I see him all the time, and I still feel guilty about it.
Even though that’s a difficult and risky proposition, we got a few tidbits from actors Elizabeth Henstridge (“Jemma Simmons”) and Iain De Caestecker (“Leo Fitz”), who talked about Ward being the face of Hive, the continued threat of Lash, the evolving relationship between Fitz Simmons, a potential vaccine, whether there’s always a chance for redemption, and what sides their characters might fall on, in the division between Team Iron Man and Team Cap.
Be aware that there are some spoilers from ELIZABETH HENSTRIDGE: I think she’s going to feel so guilty because it was her that aided that all to happen.
is forcing the agents to decide what’s most important to them.