Chloe Bennet on Daisy’s ‘Ruthlessness’ in AOS Season 4


[Mild Spoilers for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 Finale]

By the time the finale of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 3 was coming to a close, we were left with a few questions, but one of the main ones was this: “what’s going to happen with Daisy now?” 

If you remember how the season ended, Daisy lost her current love interest in an explosion in outer space while he was trying to stop her former love interest-turned-traitor-turned-Inhuman supervillain host body. Then we see the show leap forward a few months, and now it looks as though Daisy is a fugitive of some sort who’s on the run from S.H.I.E.L.D., but why? We’ll most likely see what happened in that time skip at some point, but what’s going to happen with Daisy as the show progresses? Well Chloe Bennet, the actress that plays Daisy, gives us a bit of info on what to look forward to.

EW reached out to Bennet, asking what’s going to be different about Daisy next season, besides her new goth look, and they received this response from the actress:

“I think it makes her more ruthless being so close to what she thought was her own death. And then it happening in one of the worst scenarios she could ever think of, which is the person that she loved doing it for her, I think it changes her in a way where she probably will face life with even more ruthlessness. Also, there’s a sense of sadness that was there that I tried to make apparent at the end of the episode”


So we’re going to see a more “ruthless” Daisy next season. So what does this mean? Is Daisy going to start killing for fun? Is she just going to go around using her powers to cause earthquakes on global squares? Is she going to be taking candy from babies with no remorse? While waiting sucks, we’re going to have to if we want to find out more about the next season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.  will return in Fall 2016 on ABC.


One comment

  1. That’s really interesting. I wonder if she’s going to mirror her comic book self’s seriousness? It’ll be sad to say goodbye to Daisy’s usual lighter humor, though.


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