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Posted Tuesday 1/08/19 at 1:59PM EST
Trump's presidential address leads networks to preempt or move shows
CBS has bumped tonight's scheduled new episode of FBI in order to accommodate the president's border wall address. Fox will air The Gifted in its entirety after the address. ABC also plans to air its schedule in its entirety. Meanwhile, NBC has yet to reveal its plans. UPDATE: NBC will join Hour 2 of Ellen's Game of Games already in progress.
Posted Saturday 7/21/18 at 9:16PM EDT
Watch The Gifted's Season 2 official trailer
The X-Men series returns to Fox's lineup on Sept. 25.
Posted Tuesday 6/05/18 at 5:25PM EDT
Empire alum Grace Byers is staying on Fox, joining The Gifted
She'll star on Season 2 of the Marvel series, playing "a smart, charming, authoritative, elegant, beautiful woman who is ruthless in her efforts to fight for her people."
Posted Monday 5/14/18 at 12:29PM EDT
Fox reveals its fall schedule: Last Man Standing is back on Fridays, The Resident and 9-1-1 move to Mondays
Tuesdays will feature The Gifted paired with Lethal Weapon, while Empire and Star are staying put on Wednesdays. Tim Allen's Last Man Standing will kick off Friday nights as Thursday Night Football takes over Thursdays.
Posted Thursday 1/04/18 at 9:05PM EST
Fox will review Bryan Singer’s executive producer credit on The Gifted
The director, who’s been the subject of sexual misconduct allegations, was still listed as an executive producer in today’s second season renewal announcement.
Posted Thursday 1/04/18 at 2:08PM EST
Fox renews The Gifted for Season 2
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
The X-Men drama received an early renewal for the 2018-19 season.
Posted Tuesday 10/03/17 at 11:32PM EDT
Marvel’s The Gifted excels because it isn’t trying to be an X-Men TV series
“The focus isn’t on the larger than life heroes or their cool powers,” says Charles Pulliam-Moore of the new Fox series. “The Gifted really wants you to care about its characters and see them as people.” ALSO: The Gifted is off to a messy but promising start.
Posted Friday 8/25/17 at 10:15PM EDT
TV’s anti-hero trend hasn’t died, but we’re about to see the emergence of true heroes
The fall schedule features many “true heroes,” says Jen Chaney, who describes them as “TV protagonists that are easy to root for, often blessed with tremendous talent, who possess qualities (bravery, self-sacrifice, a desire to serve the greater good) that are unequivocally noble and inspiring."