The agents race against time to open the rebuild the monolith to get home. Daisy doesn’t want to return because she still thinks she destroys the worth, but another possible cause is revealed by an unlikely source.
Kasius strikes back against SHIELD and the humans, while they try to get the Zephyr airborne again. They’re also worried they may not be able to change the past to save Earth, but does someone already know what really happened?
What if the Agents of SHIELD were never sent to the future to save the past?
The Kree vow to get Daisy back by any means necessary, including a new hunter. However, a power struggle creates a surprising outcome. Flint uses his Inhuman powers to fight, and May is rescued at the Earth’s surface…and meets someone unexpected.
Clark Gregg goes from directing SHIELD to directing an action-packed episode where Daisy is forced to fight for her life, and Fitz and Simmons try to stop it. Also, a new Inhuman emerges, along with an interesting fact about Enoch.
Daisy meets another Inhuman with a power that makes him fight better, and realizes Kasius will sell her off to the highest bidder. Mac is given a job he doesn’t want, and someone very unexpected arrives.
The agents try to blend into the harsh future, but they also want to know why they were sent there, They hope to find clues at a chunk of the Earth. Meanwhile, Gemma helps an unusual girl.
SHIELD goes where no spy agency has gone before….a dystopian future in a spaceship. The Kree are also involved, and there’s suspicion SHIELD may have been responsible
Season four concludes with another stunning finish involving Ivanov using LMDs to turn the world against SHIELD and Inhumans, and Aida making Fitz’s life a living Hell. However, the Ghost Rider wants to do the same to her. It ends at a very surprising place.
Aida embraces her newly human form, and thinks Fitz will embrace her, too. Learning the truth changes everything. Meanwhile, the agents get used to what has happened while they were in the Framework.