It seems that fans have to wait just a little bit longer for the two-hour season premiere of Marvel's Agent Carter. Gee, thanks Obama.
There isn't a post-production delay with the show; Obama is genuinely involved with the show's delayed start of the second season.
Marvel's Agent Carter was originally scheduled to return to ABC on January 5th, but instead will be airing on January 19th due to the President's State of the Union Address on January 12th.
The State of the Union could have caused potential scheduling problems for the first half of the new season. So in order to avoid that issue, the show will just begin airing a little bit later in the month than originally planned.
Season two of Marvel's Agent Carter will feature 10 episodes, taking place one year after the conclusion of the first season. Peggy is taking her skills from New York City to Los Angeles for an assignment more intense than anything she's dealt with before. Jarvis, Sousa and Thompson are returning with some new faces for Peggy to encounter as she takes on the challenges of her new assignment.
Worry not Agent Carter fans, Peggy will be back soon enough!