Date of Season 3’s Premiere for “The Gifted” – The third season premiere of the American superhero television series “Gifted” will also air in 2022.
Matt Nix and Marvel Television have developed a superhero series called The Gifted. The story follows a mutant family in their make-believe home in San Francisco.
The series chronicles the exploits of a diverse cast of mutants who are all involved with The Hand, a secret group that advocates for mutant rights and fights the villainous Marauders.
Cancel or Continue The Gifted?
On April 17, 2019, after two seasons, Fox canceled the show. Fox’s sophomore drama The Gifted has been canceled after two seasons. The show’s second season, which ended in February, did not fare well in the regular ratings for Fox.
As was previously mentioned, the series was well received by critics, with the second season scoring even higher on the review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes.
However, according to Deadline, Season 2 of The Gifted only averaged a 1.1 adults 18-49 rating in Live+7, down from a 2.0 in Season 1 and 3.3 million viewers.
Since Fox is no longer in control of the show. In order for the broadcast network to decide whether or not to renew it, linear ratings are now a major factor. In the minds of most X-Men fans, this is all tied into Disney’s purchase of Fox.
Those who adore you are correct, but not in the way you would think. It’s crucial to remember that Fox Broadcasting isn’t a part of Disney’s acquisition. Why? Because they already possess a broadcasting network and are therefore barred from buying another.
In an interview with SlashFilm in February, showrunner Matt Nix said, “My opinion is that the most likely thing is that if we come back, we’ll come back in some sort of creative fashion.” Collaboration, because we’ve found out that people who like The Gifted really like The Gifted.
We have a dedicated following, but one that is too small to interest the major networks. Nonetheless, I’m hopeful that there’s a solution to be found in the field of streaming, as this is an area in which we excel. I doubt the broadcast version will have 22 episodes, but I hope I’m wrong.
Who is returning for season 3 of The Gifted?
Reed Strucker (Stephen Moyer) gives his life at the conclusion of season 2 to destroy Reeva (Grace Byers) and her plans to create a country of mutants.
Nix told TVLine that the idea to kill him off “evolved” during the season. As the writer puts it, “We knew that we wanted to do something dramatic, but what ultimately drove that tale was less a desire to do a stunning death and more in thinking about Reed’s character.”
He elaborated by saying “Saying “OK, Reed gets superpowers, and now he’s another superhero!” was less exciting. instead of Reed, who started out this voyage prejudiced against mutants, becoming someone prepared to sacrifice his life for mutants and everyone else.”
“After beginning his journey as someone who meant well but didn’t comprehend the ideals of tolerance and understanding, he ultimately gives his life for them.
“Reed wasn’t a bad man who turns good, and that was really important to me.
“He was a good man by nature,” she said, “but when I consider the themes of the X-Men and what that world has always been about, it’s about expanding our understanding of what it means to include people.
It’s not about straightforward good and evil; it’s about understanding that people who are not like us are not so different after all.”
The Gifted Season 3 Cast
- Stephen Moyer stars as Reed Stucker.
- Amy Acker stars as Kate Stucker.
- Natalie Alyn Lind stars as Lauren Stucker.
- Percy Hynes White stars as Andy Stucker.
- Sean Teale stars as Eclipse(also Marcos Diaz).
- Coby Bell stars as Jace Turner.
- Blair Redford stars as Thunderbird(also John Proudstar).
- Skyler Samuels stars as Esme Frost.
- Jamie Chung stars as Blink(also Clarice Fong).
- Emma Dumont stars as Polarice(also Lorna Dane).
- Hayley Lovitt stars as Sage.
- Jermaine Rivers stars as Shatter.
- Grace Byers stars as Reeva Payge.
- Jeff Daniel Phillips stars as Fade.
- Elena Satine stars as Dreamer.
- Garret Dillahunt stars as Dr. Roderick Campbell.
- Tom O’Keefe stars as Officer Wilson.
- Joe Nemmers stars as Agent Weeks.