In order to preserve the authenticity of the '50s era sitcom vibes the show was trying to capture, Bettany was painted blue for the scenes shot in black and white, rather than maroon, because blue looked better in grayscale. See more »
Numerous people identify the town as Westview, New Jersey, but all of the cars have Connecticut license plates. See more »
During the portion of the end credits that is accompanied by computer graphics, Elizabeth Olsen receives top billing in the odd-numbered episodes and Paul Bettany gets top billing in the even-numbered ones.
However, they are followed by a more complete cast list in the non-animated part of the end credits in which Olsen always receives top billing. See more »
If you don't count the last episode I think it's great (they either rushed it or didn't really know how to end in a TV budget)
the format is great, the writing is great and if you are a marvel nerd it gives enough Easter eggs to keep you hipped, just enjoy it not expecting anything like endgame
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