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Every Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season Ranked Worst To Best
7. Season 6
Season 6 of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” had a tough act to follow after season 5 effectively juggled storylines with Ghost Rider (Gabriel Luna), Life Model Decoys, the Kree, and time travel. While the season provides the viewers with plenty of dramatic tension, it ultimately feels like a slight step back after the massive highs of earlier arcs.
6. Season 2
Season 2 takes the best elements of season 1 and expands them, separating the show from needing to connect to the MCU timeline. Although the show's pacing dips slightly, the jam-packed season does begin to feel less like a fun side-adventure to the MCU's significant movie events and becomes a must-watch entity.
5. Season 3
“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” Season 3 performs a masterful multi-plot juggling act, hitting a home run for the most part. While it may feel a little too bizarre for general audiences as it resurrects a slew of emotions for the fans and introduces unnecessary conflicts, these are only minor gripes in an otherwise stellar season.
4. Season 1
The first season of the “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” is incredibly underrated. While Season 1 isn't without some growing pains, by the end, the writers tie most loose threads together while building up a core team — not to forget the resurrection of the fan-adored Agent Coulson — and character dynamics.
3. Season 5
Things get weird in Season 5 in the best way possible with some really emotionally fulfilling moments that are bound to force the viewers to shed a tear or two. The writers cleverly bring back fan-favorite villains to haunt our heroes and end the fifth season on a bittersweet cliffhanger leaving the audience wanting more.