Marvel drama The Gifted cancelled

Marvel drama The Gifted cancelled

Marvel drama The Gifted cancelled

The series starred Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker as parents who discover their children (Natalie Alyn Lind and Percy Hynes White) have mutant abilities and go on the run, joining up with an underground network of superpowered outcasts. The two series have been canceled by Fox, according to Variety. Though following the acquisition of 20th Century Fox by The Walt Disney Company, and the return of the feature film rights to the X-Men characters to Marvel Studios, it remains to be seen how any of these character will be used in the future.

Throughout its first season, the series averaged just a 0.8 live + same day rating in adults 18-49 with 2.03 million viewers, making it FOX's second-lowest-rated freshman title of the season, ahead of only the Friday night legal drama, "Proven Innocent". However, it didn't make the cut for Season 3 after losing nearly half its viewership over the course of the season.

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Inspired by Howery's real life, the series featured the comedian as a self-made success who lives by the code to "always believe in yourself and great things will come", but finds that attitude gets put to the test when he learns his wife his having an affair with his barber.

The Rel family suffered a tragic loss in January when co-creator/executive producer Kevin Barnet died suddenly while vacationing in Mexico, a little over a week after the season one finale had aired. Howery paid tribute to Barnett with an Instagram post that read in part, "Thank you for the last 6 years of helping make my dreams come true man". Scully served as showrunner and executive produces alongside Carmichael. Scully are set up under overall deals at 20th Century Fox Television, which produced the show.

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