Noah Hawley’s innovative take on Marvel’s Legion has been renewed for a third season.
Sometimes you just need a little more time to tell your story – and that’s what’s happening with FX’s unique, mind-bending superhero series Legion.
Season two of the Noah Hawley drama has been extended by one episode – the new season two count is 11 episodes. For a quick look at what’s to come for the rest of the season, check out the episode loglines below.
Legion: Season Two will now have its season finale on June 12th.
FX Networks today announced the arrival of The LEGION Chamber, an artistic video installation inspired by the FX drama series Legion which allows fans to step inside a 360-degree micro-theatre featuring a one-of-a-kind presentation by the internationally-acclaimed Marco Brambilla Studio.
This extraordinary visual art piece will take fans on a surreal journey through David’s altered states of reality, from March 30-April 1, at Goya Studios in Hollywood.
The premiere season of FX’s Legion ended David Haller and his friends evicting Amahl Farouk, a powerful parasite, from his mind and body, but almost immediately thereafter, David was spirited away by a mysterious orb. Farouk fled in the body of Oliver Bird – to plot a path to infinite power.
The story will continue in Legion: Season 2 – premiering on Tuesday, April 3rd (10/9C).
FX+ has secured every season of 15 Additional FX original series including The Americans, Atlanta, Better Things, Legion and Taboo.
The ad-free serviuce which launched on Comcast this month, will be available to Cox subscribers in October.
FX+ features ad-free, uninterrupted Viewing On Demand of every season of 31 current or legacy library FX Originals – more than 1300 Episodes – to Comcast Xfinity TV and Cox Contour customers who upgrade their service for $5.99 per month.
FX will be bringing the constantly changing Archer, the mindbending Marvel series Legion and the concluding season of The Strain to San Diego comic-Con 2017.
Each show will get a panel and Q&A session: The Strain panel will also feature new footage, while the Legion panel will take fans behind the scenes (which ought to be very interesting…) and the Archer panel will feature a surprise guest.
San Diego Comic-Con 2017 runs from July 20-23 at the San diego Convention Center.
Legion (FX, Wednesdays, 10/9C) – Noah Hawley’s take on Marvel Comics character David Haller – has been renewed for a second season.
The critically acclaimed series’ first season has a Rotten Tomatoes Certified Fresh score of 93% and a Metacritic score of 82 for universal acclaim.
A new episode airs this evening.
When David returns to the place where it all began, he and Syd and Melanie Byrd’s team find themselves in a very familiar setting – a heightened version of the same mental institution from Legion (FX, Wednesdays, 10/9C): Episode 1.
Creepy? You bet!
When we left David Haller, he was unconscious while his girlfriend Syd Barrett and their fellow mutants – Melanie Bird and Ptonomy Wallace – had returned from their trip inside his mind with no apparent side effects.
In Chapter Four of FX’s Legion (Wednesdays, 11/10C), the search is to find David and bring him back to the ‘real’ world.
Legion (FX, Thursdays, 9/8C) is based on a mutant character from Marvel’s X-titles. In the comics, he’s the son of Professor Charles Xavier and has amazing mental abilities that he isn’t completely sure of and definitely not in complete control of.
FX Network finally brings honest to god Marvel mutants to television in their latest project – Legion, which premieres February 8th. I generally love FX programming. They aren’t afraid to push the envelope and go off kilter. The problem with FX shows is they all start very slow and usually take 3 or 4 episodes before they manage to suck you in. They require a lot of patience before things start paying off. Its intellectual television disguised as popcorn entertainment. I know this is a weird statement but work with me.