Sif Coming To Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

JaimieAlexanderThor2 The first really big MARVEL big screen-to-small screen crossover has begun, hopefully the first among many. Jaimie Alexander (Kyle XY, Covert Affairs) is set to pay a visit to Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. by reprising her big screen role of Sif for the television series.

Sif made her cinematic debut in the epic blockbuster “Thor: The Dark World,” and will be bringing her powers of Midgard to Earth. Her mission at the moment is classified – “S.H.I.E.L.D. Level 7 Eyes Only,” so, to find out what brings this super-heroine to our neck of the galaxy you will need to watch Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC Tuesday nights.

Marvel Studios and ABC have yet to announce exactly what episode this season Alexander will appear, so stay tuned.


  1. Liam says

    It’ll be great to see Jaimie Alexander back on TV again, but surely she made her cinematic debut as Sif in the original Thor, not Thor: The Dark World?

    • Sam Sloan says

      Perhaps a poor choice of word (debut), she made her “bones” in The Dark World. Her role onscreen in the first Thor film was comparatively brief. And, if we’re going to pull nares hairs – she also voiced Sif for the Thor: God of Thunder video game the same year that Thor was released in theaters (2011).

      As a side – Jaimie will be starring alongside Johnny Depp for the film “London Fields,” a supernatural mystery currently filming. She is a busy girl these days – and good for her, she has worked hard to get the recognition and work that is now deservedly coming her way.

  2. says

    I’ve stopped watching Agents of SHIELD. I wanted to watch it all the way to the Season 1 finale, but it just didn’t leave a big enough impact to bring me back in after the mid-season finale.

  3. J says

    This show really does have all the markings of a good one. But… I think they really need to focus more on the writing and maybe a little less on the glitz and “celebrity” characters. Nothing against Ms. Alexander of course. I think it will be fun to see her again here. But I worry the show is scrambling for ratings instead of concentrating on quality.

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