Marvel’s “Inhumans” did not exactly receive positive feedback. At the same time, its “Agents of SHIELD,” managed to gain much recognition. Thanks to the series’ progress, ABC network has decided to renew it for the fifth season. The network has even published an official poster, which only further confirms the existence of the next installment. According to a report by Den of Geek, it has also been confirmed that Nick Blood will return to show. He will be seen reprising his role as Lance Hunter in “Agents of SHIELD” season 5.

The speculated release date and the characters

According to Entertainment Weekly, Nick appeared on “Agents of SHIELD,” only until its third season. Following which, his character had disappeared from the face of the series. Actor Adrienne Palicki had also signed off from the show. The two reportedly left, because they were going to star in an “Agents of SHIELD” spin-off. The spin-off obviously never took place. They are now expected to return in the superhero series’ fifth installment. It hasn’t been established as to for how long Hunter will survive in the fifth season. As for the release date, the exact time period is not known. But it is being suggested that the show will premiere right after “Inhumans” wraps up.

“Inhumans,” will premiere on Friday, September 29 and is expected to consist of eight episodes. Therefore, it is safe to assume that “Agents of SHIELD” Season 5 will officially launch in November. The speculated date is believed to be November 24, 2017.

More about the show

ABD President, Chinning Dungey confirmed with Entertainment Weekly that the show will come “right after” “Inhumans.” He also confirmed that the show will consist of eight episodes.

The next installment of “Agents of SHIELD” is rumored to consist of 22 (one-hour-long) episodes. The super-hero series is expected to resume its Friday prime-time slot on ABC. The same has not been confirmed by the network as yet.

According to a report by Deadline, Jeff Ward has been hired to play a key role in season 5 of the show.

Ward is especially known for his role in Lifetime’s “Manson’s Lost Girls.” He played the main role of Charles Manson in the series. Additional information regarding the matter will show up online with time. For now, ABC is preparing for the launch of “Inhumans.” The official trailer, possible characters, and story-line are all available online. It is also speculated that the fate of many characters will be decided in the upcoming season.