Marvel's 'Agents of SHIELD' Continues 'The Avengers' Story

ABC News' Cameron Mathison gives you an inside look at one of the year's most anticipated shows.
3:31 | 09/23/13

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You got our attention. And the avengers. The third highest grossing film of all time. Now fans will get to see what happened after it all ended. "Marvel's agents of s.H.I.E.L.D." Already has more than 1 million facebook fans. Cameron mathison got an exclusive sneak peek behind the shield. Reporter: One of the biggest movies of all time. Now the action and intrigue comes into your living room every week. What is that? That's a superhero, agent ward. Reporter: It's called "agents of s.H.I.E.L.D." The mission, protect the ordinary from the extraordinary. Whoa. They invited me for an exclusive sneak peek. My instruction, meet at a secret location. A place they call is bus. Ah that is actually a plane. Head quarters that would make air force one blush. Look at this lab. Excuse me. I'm afraid you can't go in there. Reporter: I have one question. If I have all of you here, who is flying the plane right now? I'm a little nervous. It's on auto pilot. We have the most expensive auto pilot. Reporter: And a killer command center. This is how we correspond with s.H.I.E.L.D. And sometimes, we have been known to watch a ball game. Reporter: I couldn't help but notice, watch "the avengers" the movie, you died. You noticed that, did you? There's a lot more to the story. This is an ongoing journey. I'm so thankful that he's alive, because now I have a job. Yeah. Reporter: Chloe bennett and brent dalton. I play sky. She's a computer hacker. The polar opposite of agent grant warrd over here. He's a combat and espionage expert. Did you feel that? Couldn't feel it. Reporter: If they're the cool kids, elizabeth and ian are the brainy geeks of the cast. If you could have a super power, what would it be? I would be a I believe to transform into brett dalton. Reporter: If I told you that I have superpowers, is there a chance that s.H.I.E.L.D. Might need help? Do you feel skepticism. Think of a color. Red. That's right. Think of a color. Welcome to "shield." Reporter: I'm in the cargo bay. This is locla. Excuse me. Can you not touch that. Can you step away from the beautiful vehicle. Let's show it again. The countdown clock. The series premiers tomorrow night right here on abc. 8:00, 7:00 central. It is really good.

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