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An OUTLANDER Star Heads to AGENT CARTER Season 2

An OUTLANDER Star Heads to AGENT CARTER Season 2

Hey, Agent Carter fans: this one’s a biggun for all you Peggy/Jarvis shippers! In addition to the casting of Wynn Everett (The Newsroom), Currie Graham, and Reggie Austin, it’s been revealed that everyone’s favorite Sassenach-saver, Lotte Verbeek—otherwise known as her Outlander counterpart, Geillis Duncan—has been cast in a seriously intriguing role. After a whole season without her, it seems Jarvis’ wife will come into play in season two of the best darn show about a badass Marvel lady out there.

Announced on Friday at the Agent Carter New York Comic Con panel, it was revealed that Ana Jarvis—the so-called free-spirited wife of Edwin Jarvis (James D’Arcy)—would play a fairly decent part in the sophomore season, befriending Peggy (professional Dubsmash champion and wannabe lady Doctor Who-to-be in our dreamsHayley Atwell) and helping her adjust to her new life in Los Angeles.

Which, yes: if you’d forgotten that was going down, here’s a friendly reminder! Season two of Carter is slated to take place in Los Angeles following the majorly explosive (literally and figuratively because duh of course) season one finale of the limited series. Now hurry up and get here already, verdamnit! We need more Peggy Carter in our lives toute de suite.

Are you excited about meeting Jarvis’ wife, or are you shipping Cartvis all hardcore-like? Let us know in the comments below!

HT: Deadline
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Alicia Lutes is the Associate Editor of The Nerdist and the resident Outlander obsessive. Chat with her about boss broads like Verbeek, Balfe, and Atwell on Twitter (@alicialutes).

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