Produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Marvel Television, The Gifted will focus on two ordinary parents (Moyer and Acker) who discover their children possess mutant powers.
What's really surprising though, is how quickly Singer's been able to throw this show together, as the first teaser was released today after first being announced just a few months ago. In the player below, you can check out a brief The Gifted teaser trailer with the promise of the full trailer set to arrive May 15.
Following in the footsteps of FX's Legion, Fox has given a series pickup to a new drama set in the X-Men universe.
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The show was written by Burn Notice's Matt Nix and directed by X-Men series director and producer Bryan Singer. The snipped reveals her character opening a portal, but it's a quick shot in the short video that you might have missed it upon first watch.
A still from The Gifted, the new X-Men show.
Director Bryan Singer is known for directing several of the X-Men films, and we can expect the same style of TV show with The Gifted.
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Forced on the run, Fox says, the family connects with an underground society of mutants "and must fight to survive". The cast also includes Sean Teale, Jamie Chung, Coby Bell, Emma Dumont, Blair Redford, John Proudstar, Natalie Alyn Lind, and Percy Hynes White.
Nix serves as showrunner and will exec produce alongside Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon Kinberg, Marvel Television's Jeph Loeb and Jim Chory.
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