A Fan Favorite Character Is Returning To Agent Carter—But With A Catch

Morning SpoilersIf there’s news about upcoming movies and television you’re not supposed to know, you’ll find it in here.

Plus the show teases a bizarre crossover. Sleepy Hollow casts a new bad guy. Get a look at what’s next on The Flash and Arrow, as well as the debut of Legends of Tomorrow. Plus, more snippets from Batman v Superman, and another clip from tonight’s episode of Doctor Who. Merry Spoilmas!

Batman v Superman

Here’s an English-language version (with Japanese narration) of that recent International TV spot. Including a brand new bit where Batman taunts Superman.

Agent Carter

Good news, Angie fans! It’s official: Lyndsy Fonseca will be reprising her role as Peggy’s best friend and hopeful actor Angie Martinelli in the show’s second season. The twist? Angie will be appearing as part of a dream sequence, according to Executive Producer Michele Fazekas:

She’s your conscience and she’s speaking the things that Peggy maybe can’t say to herself. It ties things back together from the first season and it’s connecting all of these things in a way that only a dream can do.


It gets twistier. The dream sequence is actually an elaborate crossover with the reality TV show Dancing with the Stars, featuring several of the show’s professional dancers in an elaborate show routine, set to an original song written for Agent Carter by lyricist David Zippel and composer Christopher Lennertz:

Episode 8 ends with a cliffhanger where Peggy and Jarvis [James D’Arcy] get in big trouble and are knocked out. Episode 9 begins with a dream sequence that starts in black and white — by the way, [Atwell] was made for black and white. She looks like Rita Hayworth. She looks spectacular.

[Entertainment Weekly]

Sleepy Hollow

Charles Aitken has been cast as Dr. Japeth Leeds, a “twisted, mysteriously brooding genius” who was an enemy of the founding fathers—and whom Ichabod encounters once more in modern day Sleepy Hollow. [TV Line]


Once Upon A Time

Executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis tease that Hook may not be able to be rescued now that the cast has ventured to the Underworld to save him:

If they can bring Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) back, is there a chance they can bring anyone else back?

HOROWITZ: Who said they can bring back Hook?

KITSIS: He may die there. To be honest, he’s already dead.

HOROWITZ: He may die harder.

KITSIS: He may rot there.

[Entertainment Weekly]

Doctor Who

The Doctor meets Doctor River Song in a new clip from tonight’s special, “The Husbands of River Song”.

The Flash

Here’s an extended promo for the show’s midseason return, featuring the first official look at Caitlin’s “Killer Frost” persona, and Earth-2 versions of Barry and Iris.


Likewise, the show has its own trailer for its midseason return, teasing bad news for Oliver and Felicity.

Legends of Tomorrow

Here’s a new promo for the show, teasing a time-travel jaunt to the 1970s.

Finally, a bevy of new promotional images for the show’s pilot have been released—go to the link to see more. [CBR]


Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson and Charlie Jane Anders. Image: Doctor Who. And a Merry Christmas (or a Happy Friday) to you all!


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