The Gifted now ranked at No. 3 for a new drama in the 2017-2018 seasons, its ratings average of about 8.3 million viewers.
FOX had its presentation at the TCAs today and used that opportunity to announce the second season renewal for its X-Men tie-in series The Gifted. Rather than spending tons of money on pretty (but boring) visual effects, The Gifted has prioritised actually being a solid drama with some X-Men stuff sprinkled in to taste.
Dr. Campbell attends an anti-mutant summit, attempting to take the Hound program national, and some of the team at Mutant HQ goes on a unsafe mission to stop his efforts.
Watching The Gifted, you get the distinct sense that the entire production was crafted with an eye toward the budgetary limitations placed on the first season.
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Focused on a family that discovers their kids are mutants, the series has averaged 8.3 million viewers across multiple platforms over a full week of viewing. That's not to say that a second season would lead to The Gifted resting on its laurels, but there's a long history of excellent scifi shows taking a steep drop in quality in their second seasons.
Season one will conclude with a two-hour finale airing on Monday, January 15, 2018 at 8pm ET/PT. However, some fans were concerned for the show's future after Disney purchased 20th Century Fox for $50 billion, finally allowing Marvel Studios access to X-Men and Fantastic Four characters. With everything to lose, alliances shift and relationships are put to the test. It was developed and written by Matt Nix and stars Stephen Moyer, Amy Acker, Natalie Alyn Lind, and Percy Hynes White.
The series follows a family that must go on the run when its is revealed that the children are mutants.