Legion (2017– )
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David's in trouble, while his friends search for answers.


Larysa Kondracki


Nathaniel Halpern, Noah Hawley (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Stevens ... David Haller
Rachel Keller ... Syd Barrett
Aubrey Plaza ... Lenny Busker
Bill Irwin ... Cary Loudermilk
Jeremie Harris ... Ptonomy Wallace
Amber Midthunder ... Kerry Loudermilk
Katie Aselton ... Amy Haller
Jean Smart ... Dr. Melanie Bird
Jemaine Clement ... Oliver Bird
Scott Lawrence ... Dr. Poole
Mackenzie Gray ... The Eye
Quinton Boisclair Quinton Boisclair ... Devil with the Yellow Eyes
Ellie Araiza ... Philly
David Ferry ... Dr. Kissinger
Devyn Dalton ... Angry Boy


Melanie and the others try to awaken David. She sends out a team to decipher the reality about David's life. Key revelations are made, about David, by his sister and ex, which further blurs the lines between truth and dreams. David is lost in his subconscious. Melanie's team continue their investigations and have a deadly encounter with The Eye from Division 3. Written by anshu

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1 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Oliver Bird's beginning narration and appearance bare a resemblance to the late Orson Welles; also a narrator himself. See more »


Cary says that Kerry only ages when she is outside his body, but the first time she appeared when he was 8, she was also 8. See more »


[first lines]
Oliver Bird: Good evening. We are here tonight to talk about violence, or maybe human nature. We are here to talk about human nature. Wait, a quote. A great philosopher
[Friedrich Nietzsche]
Oliver Bird: once wrote; 'In times of peace the warlike man attacks himself.' This is the root of all our problems, and by this, I mean we. We are the root of all our problems, our confusion, our anger, our fear of things we don't understand. Violence in other words, is ignorance. Figure your shit out, that's what I'd ...
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References Serenity (2005) See more »


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Strange for the sake of strangeness
2 March 2017 | by Mixx-2See all my reviews

The first episodes of this series were kind of interesting. It was a different take on the superhero - a deeply troubled man trying to find himself in a torrent of chaotic events.

We are now on Episode 4 and already the story begins to show serious cracks. Tired old tropes badly executed, like when someone asks a question it never gets answered, just ignored - over and over, and the Question is not even an interesting one to begin with. This is supposed to keep the mystery but in this case it gets old really fast. The way people talk and interact, even the supposedly sane ones..... that is not how people talk or act. Anyone remember the phrase "Save the cheerleader, save the world"? This is less interesting and thought provoking than "Heroes" were.

There is no logic to this episode. Just look at what happens at the end of the episode and you'll know of what I'm talking about.

This week we got a David Lynchian vibe but without the intelligence.

I'll sit the rest of the series out. There are so much better ways to spend 50 minutes than to waste it on Legion.

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