If you’re a Marvel fan then you’ve come to the right place. Here’s everything you need to know about the third season of The Gifted!
This American superhero television series was created for Fox by Matt Nix, based on Marvel Comics’ X-Men properties. The show is about a change in timeline where the X-Men have disappeared. It runs in association with Marvel Television, produced via 20th Century Fox Television, with Nix serving as the display-runner.
Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker star in roles of everyday parents who take their own family on the run after discovering that their kids have mutant abilities. They then become part of an underground network of mutants who fight to live, to tell the tale out there in the real international. By the end of Season One, numerous contributors of the underground leave to join the Inner Circle. Season Two witnesses conflict between these groups and others with their own extreme ideologies.
The Gifted’s first season aired from October 2, 2017, to January 15, 2018, consisting a great variety of thirteen episodes. It won mostly superb evaluations from critics and “solid” viewership. In January 2018, there was a renewal for a 2nd season with 16 episodes, which then aired on September 25, 2018. Following that, news unfolded that Fox cancelled the collection after two seasons on April 17, 2019. However, another update found out that a third season will absolutely come out!
But after the cancellation of shows like Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Daredevil and Iron Fist, the future of all Marvel TV appears a touch shaky at the moment.
The cast: L-R: Sean Teale, Jamie Chung, Blair Redford, Emma Dumont, Percy Hynes White, Amy Acker, Stephen Moyer, Natalie Alyn Lind and Coby Bell in THE GIFTED premiering soon. ©2017 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Miller Mobley/FOX
Does this mean anything for The Gifted? Only time will tell.
With Season Three not yet confirmed, a trailer isn’t predicted to release soon. But once it does, it will be ready and waiting for all awaited Marvel enthusiasts to dive right into.
Season One hit screens at the beginning of October, again, in 2017, and Season Two delivered to only drop out in September the following year. So, if Season Three gets the green signal, the identical pattern will follow; it’ll air at some stage by the end of this year.
Regarding the wide variety of episodes, the show commenced with 13 episodes in the first season. But that then jumped to 16 within Season Two. Hence, we cannot truly say what the intention will look like. For the rest of the cast, it still remains to be seen as to who will return.
Coming to what we can anticipate inside the story-line, “What I actually want to explore is, in a global environment where mutants and humans are largely living separately, and even though mutants are all theoretically on the identical side, how do they police themselves?” Nix instructed TVLine in an interview.