- Justin Bieber fans are damaging one of Iceland’s top tourist spots Sunday 1:28 PM
- James Charles drops 41-minute response video to Tati Westbrook’s accusations Sunday 1:15 PM
- Watch what happens when this Twitch streamer quits his job on camera Sunday 12:25 PM
- Men are finally sharing their abortion stories Sunday 10:58 AM
- Netflix’s ‘Maria’ is a trigger-happy B-movie Sunday 9:07 AM
- How to stream Money in the Bank 2019 for free Sunday 9:00 AM
- How to watch ‘Game of Thrones’ season 8, episode 6 for free Sunday 8:00 AM
- These ‘Game of Thrones’ houses are gone forever Sunday 7:54 AM
- The 10 best anime movies on Hulu Sunday 7:00 AM
- Vibe TV puts a premium price tag on piracy Sunday 6:00 AM
- Twitter unites in collective confusion over ‘Democrats for Trump’ trending Saturday 2:28 PM
- YouTube star tweets and deletes video of his Black cousin ‘Peanut’ acting as a stool Saturday 1:04 PM
- The ‘Do you wash your legs in the shower’ debate has now escalated to feet Saturday 12:20 PM
- Trump posts a world-class golf score, and the internet laughs at him Saturday 10:46 AM
- Lili Reinhart dragged the ‘Game of Thrones’ petition, sparking debate about TV and ‘fan service’ Saturday 9:42 AM
‘Agent Carter’ season 2 teaser shows Peggy kicking butt in L.A.
Peggy Carter is back in action, and she’s moving to Hollywood to take on Madame Masque.
The new teaser trailer sees Carter back in top form, knocking heads in post-war Hollywood. We also get to meet Jason Wilkes (Reggie Austin), a scientist who may turn out to be Carter’s new love interest. (The teaser’s definitely hinting at it, anyway.)
The official season 2 summary is pretty thin, only saying that Carter is in town “for her most dangerous assignment yet.” However, we do know a few other details already.
This season’s main antagonist is the Marvel Comics supervillain Madame Masque (Wynn Everett), and while Carter’s best friend Angie Martinelli has sadly been left behind in New York, Dottie the Black Widow agent will return. We’re also going to meet Jarvis’s wife Ana, who until now has never actually appeared onscreen.
Photo via Agent Carter/ABC
Gavia Baker-Whitelaw is a staff writer at the Daily Dot, covering geek culture and fandom. Specializing in sci-fi movies and superheroes, she also appears as a film and TV critic on BBC radio. Elsewhere, she co-hosts the pop culture podcast Overinvested. Follow her on Twitter: @Hello_Tailor