Why don't you guys go ask them that? "Because they don't seem to care!" I think it's safe to surmise from the end that Daisy is still trying to make good on her promise to protect these people. We really love Fitzsimmons.
During the Wizard World Des Moines, Bennet was asked why there has yet to be a crossover. "So, I would love to do that, but they don't seem too keen on that idea". Winter Soldier's plot played a huge role on SHIELD, there hasn't been much in the way of crossover since then and certainly no mention of the TV show (or Netflix series) in the films. The rest of S.H.I.E.L.D. will surely struggle particularly with Lincoln's loss, since he sacrificed his life to launch Hive. "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" creators are expected to give meaning to the heartbreaking death in the next few seasons. Dalton shared about Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D".
After the dramatic finale of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." season 3, there has been a lot of questions regarding the future of the series. Supposedly, contact with fish oils could awaken in any person Inhuman superpowers, which would be a big deal for the Avengers.
Which Marvel TV characters would you like to see show up in a Marvel movie? However, now that they've done that, it's time for them to do more new and unique things. While "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there has been a lot of confusion regarding how the franchise will connect it to the movie installments of the franchise. Sure, the network says it's so they can try out some darker material, but this isn't an era when primetime TV is filled with Andy Griffith knockoffs. Jessica Jones and her ilk acknowledge the Avengers and the Battle of NY, but the sky-high Avengers are oblivious to blind Midtown lawyers and Inhumans.
The Marvel Comics theatrical films have proved such moneymakers in large part because they play well internationally, with China alone grossing almost $400m for the new Captain America film, according to statistics provided by the company. In the comics, characters like Daredevil and Punisher participated in Captain America and Iron Man's civil war and other cosmic or paranormal adventures like in Infinity Gauntlet and Infinity War. Now there are subtle narrative hints that the various television series make to the films, but the latter hardly seems to acknowledge their TV sisters.
For most fans, the interconnected Marvel Universe including feels like a dream come true.
What is it going to take to bring the two sides together? Bennet's acknowledgment that Marvel does not seem to care about its own TV show makes it apparent that the cast has been feeling it too.