Things keep getting worse for The Gifted as the second season continues with “teMpted.”
The Gifted continue their run as “least lucky superhero team” as their season continues with “hoMe.”
Gotham’s final season, based on No Man’s Land, continues with “Trespassers.” Gotham has become a place you’d expect to see Mad Max riding around in, or maybe Snake Plissken trying to Escape from.
Things are not getting any better for The Gifted in “meMento.” It’s an episode with a lot of key relationships and attitudes shifting, which could have a lot of effects down the road.
Gotham begins its fifth and final season with an impressive opener. Borrowing titles from two different Batman stories, the season subtitle is “No Man’s Land” and the episode is “Year Zero.”
Things continue to get worse for pretty much everyone on The Gifted, as we see what it means to have “no Mercy.” The only things staying consistent this season are that the Inner Circle seem to be virtually unstoppable, and that the Mutant Underground keeps suffering losses and falling apart.
Things keep getting worse for The Gifted, as we see in “the iMprint.”
Things keep getting more and more complicated for the Gifted as they deal with “afterMath.”
Legion continues wandering through its second season as things keep getting weird in “Chapter 16.”
Stealing yet another classic story from the Batman mythos, Gotham ends their fourth season with “No Man’s Land.”