"Agents of SHIELD's" Clark Gregg Teases Upcoming Character Death, Presents New Clip

Marvel Week continued on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" with some "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." news. Clark Gregg, who plays Director Coulson, stopped by to present a new clip from the episode "Team" and spoke about the show's impending death.

"[Killing characters] seems like a big deal now," he said. "People kill people off a lot, on 'Game of Thrones,' 'Walking Dead,' and our show as well! People will be working and having a good day and all of a sudden you look and all the executive producers are by the monitor and everyone's like, 'Don't look at them. Don't look at them!... Oh my god, they're looking at me right now!' And you think, 'This is it.'"

Asked when he was last in a situation like that, he revealed, "Kinda recently."

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"It's a good show! People like it. It's fun. On some shows, people get killed off and they're like, 'Hah! See you later, suckers!' But on our show, we get along, so people -- they cry a little," he added.

As to the show's connection to "Captain America: Civil War," he shared, "I haven't seen it yet. I'm going to go directly from here to the premiere."

"I may call you in tears in a few hours and find out I'm out of work," he joked.

Starring Clark Gregg, Chloe Bennet and Ming-Na Wen, "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." airs at 9 pm EST on ABC.

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