The Gifted (2017–2019)
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Tensions heat up Mutant HQ; Reed fears for his family's safety and rethinks at the compound; Dr. Campbell proposes an improved program to Jace that could change everything.


David Straiton


Matt Nix (created by), Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics created by) | 4 more credits »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Moyer ... Reed Strucker
Amy Acker ... Kate Strucker
Sean Teale ... Marcos Diaz / Eclipse
Natalie Alyn Lind ... Lauren Strucker
Percy Hynes White ... Andy Strucker
Coby Bell ... Jace Turner
Jamie Chung ... Clarice Fong / Blink
Blair Redford ... John Proudstar / Thunderbird
Emma Dumont ... Lorna Dane / Polaris
Garret Dillahunt ... Dr. Roderick Campbell
Skyler Samuels ... Esme Frost / Sophie Frost / Phoebe Frost
Danny Ramirez ... Wes
Ray Campbell ... William
Jason Burkey ... Nate
Robert Bryan Davis ... Purifier


Both sides bury casualties, bitterly resolving revenge. Marcos 'Eclipse' has an ever harder tie keeping his mutant community together. Strife is deliberately and successfully maximized by the Frost triplet sisters, as they promised to the hedge fund plotter, then they offer a deal to bring down Sentinel together, which culminates mutant division. Reed Strucker decides it's time to evacuate his family to Mexico, against the finally integrated twins' wishes, but the half-way safe-house turns out to be run by Wes, whom they adore, and comes under siege by a new Sentinel strike team, as Dr. Roderick Campbell convinces Jace to field his program's 'combined freak weapons'. Written by KGF Vissers

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In this episode it is revealed for the first time that the Cuckoo sisters are working for the newly reformed Hellfire Club. In the X-Men Comics the Hellfire Club had an Inner Circle of wealthy mutants led by Sebastian Shaw and Emma Frost. They set out to rule the world. The X-Men fought them many times. The Hellfire Club also made an appearance in X-Men First Class (2011) See more »


References The Longest Ride (2015) See more »

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2 January 2018 | by riadr-20911See all my reviews

Let me begin by saying i love the concept of this show and I want it to do well. Having said that 11 episodes in our 'heroes' allow themselves to be manipulated constantly, there is no growth or maturing from their encounters so while the plot progresses there is zero character development. Its obvious to anyone with half a brain who after just being manipulated by the triplets which led to the death of their friend by the way (again the characters seem to be glossing over that because its inconvenient to the story line) would question how sentinel services found their hideout, creating the perfect scenario for the triplets to gain their trust, i mean come on give me a little more imagination than that..... again i love the actors, love the concept but the writers need to step up.

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1 January 2018 (USA) See more »

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