Season 2 of The Gifted drops like a newborn, and drops the X titles in favor of the M because of the Mutant on Mutant drama. Our first episode fast forwards us six months to set the stage for this season’s story.
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Season 1 of The Gifted comes to a close with a double episode, and in typical season finale style shakes up the status quo so we can get a fresh start next season.
The holiday break is over, and The Gifted brings us back to grieve those who had to die to give the mid-season finale some gravitas, and brings new characters into the mix.
After their defeat last week, The Gifted get yet another chance for yet another prison break.
The Gifted name-checks more characters from the comics when it returns from where ever it hid during the Earth-X Crisis.
The Gifted returns to the higher quality episodes we saw earlier in the season, while drawing even more from the source material. We are even treated to a few shots of the people I expected Andy and Lauren to be.
The Gifted takes an episode to measure the height of the skateboard jumps, base jump dives, and just how many calories are in a turducken. Actually, none of that happened, and like many things marketed as extreme, it is relatively tame.
The Gifted gets to an episode number where they can use the X in the number for the capital letter in their title. To celebrate, we are treated to yet another hit and run strike against Sentinel Services.
Our Gifted mutants continue their escape from the Sentinels of last episode in “boXed In.” I would have gone for a joke about being boxed into the tropes of the genre, but they do seem to be well aware of their box and are deliberately trying to either play on it or to move past it. Besides, I don’t have to make a joke about the title, I’m not…nevermind.