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Watch Agents of Shield season 3 episode 3 live online ABC

Agents of Shield season 3 returns with a new episode titled, A Wanted (Inhu)man, this week and fans can expect Lincoln to show off his powers in the action-packed episode.

According to the official synopsis of the upcoming episode, "Daisy, Mack and Coulson race to protect Lincoln as Rosalind's team hunts down the Inhuman in their quest for powered people. Meanwhile, Hunter proves that there is no line that he will not cross to exact his revenge against Ward and Hydra."

Based on this information, we can expect some explosive sequences as the "Advanced Threat Containment Unit" or ATCU, headed by Rosalind Price goes after "the Inhuman" - Lincoln. The other storyline mentioned pits Hunter against new Hydra head Grant Ward, as he plans revenge for Bobbie's torture. (via ScreenRant) Check out the promo for the new episode below:

Marvel's Agents of Shield season 3 episode 3 airs this Tuesday, 13 October at 9pm ET on ABC. Click here to watch it via live stream online.

Meanwhile, in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, actor Clark Gregg (agent Coulson) gave some idea about how Agents of Shield could tie into the upcoming Marvel epic - Captain America: Civil War as the latest season explores similar themes.

"Civil War has always been about the registration of superheroes and people with powers. I suspect what we're doing will connect with that in some way. What I like about what Marvel has done with our show is we explore a broader part of what's going on in that stuff. Sometimes it connects in a big way," the actor said.

He continued, "...For instance with Winter Soldier, you're seeing more hours of that dynamic, of suddenly realizing seeing people you've worked your whole life for are part of this evil organization trying to kill you, that personal betrayal we get to play out for hours more."

As Civil War revolves around concern over the unchecked powers of superhumans, it appears that this season of Agents of Shield could easily tie into that narrative.