20th Century Fox TV has reportedly cancelled the X-Men spinoff series The Gifted after just two seasons according to Deadline.
- The series, which was set in Marvel’s X-Men universe, debuted on Fox in fall 2017.
- There is no certainty or even probability, but as Deadline reports, it is possible that The Gifted could find a new home somewhere within Disney.
- The series is produced by marvel Television, which currently produces series for Freeform and Hulu.
- The Gifted has been critically acclaimed, earning a 74% Rotten Tomatoes rating for its first season and an 85% rating for its second season.
- However, the second season did see a sharp decline in ratings, dipping from a 2.0 average in season one to a 1.1 average for season two.
- Deadline offered the following description of The Gifted:
- The Gifted focuses on a suburban couple whose ordinary lives are rocked by the sudden discovery that their children possess mutant powers. Forced to go on the run from a hostile government, the family joins up with an underground network of mutants and must fight to survive.
- The series was created by writer Matt Nix.
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