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Reeva prepares to carry out her plan for the Inner Circle, but not everyone is on the same page. Reed struggles to manage his powers and the family realizes that without enough of the serum, it's only a matter of time before he completely loses control. Frustrated and egged on by Benedict Ryan, Jace and the Purifiers are on the attack, but for Jace, things aren't as black and white as they once were.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Gifted from 1078 votes.
At a moral crossroads, Jace is forced to hand over something valuable to Dr. Campbell. The team at Mutant HQ is divided on what they should do next, so Reed and Caitlin take matters into their own hands.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Gifted from 2507 votes.
As the first season closes, Polaris learns more about her past and makes a crucial decision that could have impactful consequences. Meanwhile, the Mutant HQ comes under attack and, with everything to lose, relationships are put to the test and alliances shift.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Gifted from 1238 votes.
Set in the "X-Men" universe, family adventure series THE GIFTED tells the emotional story of a suburban couple whose ordinary lives are rocked by the sudden discovery that their teenage children possess mutant powers. Forced to go on the run from a hostile government, the family seeks help from an underground network of mutants and must fight to survive!
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Gifted from 5690 votes.
More refugees pour into the Mutant Underground, but the group faces a threat when they discover one of them is a spy working for Sentinel Services. Meanwhile, Reed visits his estranged father and learns that secrets from his family's past could prove useful.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Gifted from 2709 votes.
Dr. Campbell attends an anti-mutant summit, attempting to take the Hound program national, and some of the team at Mutant HQ goes on a dangerous mission to stop his efforts.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Gifted from 2083 votes.
When the mutants devise a plan to take down Sentinel Services, Eclipse seeks out an old friend from his dark past in order to obtain some useful information. Meanwhile, Lauren and Andy attempt to combine their powers in order to help the group.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Gifted from 3737 votes.
Lauren can't access her powers when it matters most, leaving Caitlin to take matters into her own hands when they are being pursued. Reeva finally reveals her plan for the Inner Circle and it's darker than anyone could have imagined. Meanwhile, Jace confronts some regrets about his actions and is torn between pressures from the Purifiers and his own beliefs.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Gifted from 1038 votes.
The team develops a risky plan to help mutants who are in Sentinel Services' custody. Reed reveals details to Andy and Lauren about the Struckers' family history that could prove to be a game-changer.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Gifted from 2521 votes.
Reeva decides to announce her plans to acquire more funds for the Inner Circle; the Mutant Underground deals with Reed's powers and their instability; Jace meets a well-connected public figure who is in support of the Purifiers and their goals.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Gifted from 1284 votes.
After exerting her powers beyond their limits, Blink goes into a state of shock, forcing Caitlin and Eclipse to go on a mission to find a special serum that will help her to recover. Meanwhile, Reed faces some difficult choices when it comes to helping his family, and Polaris runs into some trouble.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Gifted from 4674 votes.
Tensions reach an apex within the Inner Circle while Andy defends Rebecca from Reeva; Lauren persuades Reed and Caitlin to destroy Dr. Risman's research; Jace works on a plan with the Purifiers; Blink and Thunderbird face their differences.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Gifted from 1216 votes.
The Mutant Underground wrestles with the idea of recruiting the Inner Circle to assist them. Andy considers reconnecting with his family when he learns about his father's powers, but Lauren may not be as willing to have him back as their parents. Find out if the Mutant Underground and Inner Circle will be able to put their differences aside in order to save John from the Purifiers.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Gifted from 1204 votes.
As tensions heat up among the team at Mutant HQ, no one knows who they can trust. Fearing for his family's safety, Reed rethinks their future at the compound. Meanwhile, Dr. Campbell proposes an improved program to Jace that could change everything.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Gifted from 2397 votes.
The Inner Circle prepares for a secret ambush, but Polaris is reluctant to join and Reeva tasks Esme with getting Polaris on board. Esme confides in Polaris, revealing her and her sisters' troublesome past. Meanwhile, Thunderbird trains Reed on controlling his powers and The Purifiers attack The Mutant Underground as they attempt to rescue a group of homeless mutants.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Gifted from 1322 votes.
Reeva increases the compound's security after an Inner Circle member disappears, but she later realizes that her plans may have been leaked; Caitlin and Reed aim to reduce Lauren's power with the serum in the hopes she can face her nightmares.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Gifted from 1071 votes.
In an effort to reunite with one another, Reed cuts a deal with the Sentinel Services and Caitlin and the kids seek help from someone outside the compound. Meanwhile, Thunderbird begins to teach Blink how to control her powers.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Gifted from 4029 votes.
Lauren stops sleeping so she can avoid the forces in her dreams pushing her towards joining Andy and giving in to her dark side. Glow is in trouble after being shot by the Purifiers, and Blink convinces the Morlocks to let Caitlin save Glow. Meanwhile, Polaris learns the details of what Reeva is planning, and Reed helps Lauren fight off her dreams.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Gifted from 1135 votes.
Motivated by a tragic event from his past, Jace throws all the power of the Sentinel Services into finding the Mutant Underground Way Station. Meanwhile, Blink's vivid dreams lead her to confront Dreamer.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Gifted from 3307 votes.
Reed worries as Lauren becomes intrigued by her ancestors and their violent powers. Lorna begins to reevaluate her trust in the Inner Circle after figuring out the past of Reeva's new trainees. Meanwhile, Benedict Ryan continues to encourage Jace to take action with the Purifiers. Marcos asks Clarice to go to the Morlocks in search of information on the Inner Circle and Thunderbird gets a call from Evangeline.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Gifted from 1160 votes.
Last updated: mar 02, 2021
**Save the cheerleader, save the world**
-- FIRST EPISODE REVIEW ONLY -- -- THIS DOWN IS MY OPINION. YOU MAY NOT AGREE. IF YOU DON'T, EXPRESS YOURS, WITHOUT BEING A DICK. -- -TL,DR When you think of X-Men, you think of Xavier, you think of Storm, of Cyclops, Rogue, Wolverine. Forget those overused mutants. The Gifted brings you the more underestimated, underappreciated of the mutants in the Marvel Universe. The pilot was GREAT. It had the right formula to kick of a seaons that, in my opinion will be phenomenal. (It's a tv show so it's really unpredictable). If I got them right in the pilot we see [spoiler]Polaris, Sunspot, Thunderbird, Blink and Shatter.[/spoiler] [spoiler]The Strucker family is new, really, but maybe there's a connection with Baron Von Strucker of hydra? We don't know.[/spoiler] [spoiler]Also, Sunspot isn't really Sunspot but "Eclipse" an alternate version created in Days of Future Past. (Basically the same hero). Maybe done to avoid having to create an entire CGI for one hero, being that Sunspot has a... peculiar look.[/spoiler] There's a mixture of easter eggs all over the first episode, there's a [spoiler]Stan Lee cameo[/spoiler], there's X-Men and Brotherhood name mentions, there's ringtones from the animated series. So everything a nerd needs to nerdgasm. It is definitely worth a watch. And if you're a fan of Marvel COMICS or just X-Men in general you won't be disappointed (at least so far). It is clear that the FIRST EPISODE was produced by people who know what they are doing. Not like *cough*Inhumans*cough*. -STORY- This is basically an aftermath of the X-Men disappearing, for whatever reason. The mutants are hunted because humanity was tired of all the conflicts, the death. So we get a new federal police force called, "The Sentinels" (I know right?) and we see a kind of "Xavier's School", but more underground, so just like it was in the beginning of the X-Men story, outlawed mutants going out to discover and save new mutants that appear everyday. Personally I think this is a great take to build up a "marvel mutant" story. -ACTORS- It's really early to express an opinion on the actors, but what I can say is that I have not felt any usual "fuck I hate this guy/girl" thought throughout the entire episode. The more dramatic scenes were pictured really well by the actors involved in them, everyone seems passionate about what they are doing. But I can't really get into details because I've not seen enough. -CINEMATOGRAPHY- I didn't enjoy the visuals as much as I could have. I can see they tried in the beginning into making scenes visually stimulating, such as slow-mo shots and nice color palettes, but then it really didn't improve. It got to a point where you aren't really amazed at what you're seeing. This isn't bad, to be clear, it's to be expected from a tv show that's divided, obviously, in episodes. But there's a whole lot of improvement that can be done. In general it's... just good. This was a first episode concentrated in literally launching the season to the air, so I hope they will focus more on all the other aspects of what make good cinematography magical. Special effects weren't too HARD on the picture, you can see they are really well done and well thought. All the powers we've seen so far have been produced in a well manner. There's no obivous impact on the scenes where you can say "that doesnt' belong there", which I think it's great. Usually I don't think much about special effects, but clearly this is a show where it matters a lot. So it's important we see all of that budget money going into great effects. [spoiler]Blink's portals ARE FUCKING AMAZING.[/spoiler] Go watch the first episode. I will update my vote with each episode (or not if it's not needed). Please like my comment if you enjoyed my review, it makes me happy. Also, share it with your doubtful friends.
So the pilot was pretty amazing. Kinda blown away. Excited to see where they take the story. [spoiler] X-Men and Brotherhood name drop, Stan Lee Cameo, Animated Series ringtone, "Sentinels", and a bunch of under utilized mutants from the comics. I am pretty sure I just had a nerdgasm. Oh and I think the guy at the gate could be Eye-Boy (or a subtle nod to him at least) , someone I never excepted to see on screen. [/spoiler]
Well it starts off ok and then goes downhill every episode, the acting is absolutely dreadful! Gave up after 7 eps, teen crap.
There is something I don´t really get... Why is there people loving this show and hating Inhumans? Quite a mystery for me, since I see them almost equally mediocre. This one looks good, sure.... but the story and the characters are so shallow you wouldn´t be able to drown a leprechaun in there. I used to love Amy Acker in Person of Interest, now I just hope a stray bullet or energy blast just hit her... and she still is the best actress in the show.
(I don't think this is Spoiler but if you haven't seen any episode be careful) i don't know why is people comparing it to Legion. Legion is mind-blowing, it's new and fresh. This is cheesy and some parts are so bad made. Like the girl in prison that takes a shower and a minute after she has a lot of make up on her face. Or the sutpidity that shows the police in the third episode. And the main girl who keeps all dresses up and pretty while she is chased by the policemen... I could say a lot of more things that make this show kind of absurd.
Started off brilliantly, but they had about 7 episodes' worth of story stretched out into 13 episodes. Too much filler. It's programming like this (taking a great concept, then diluting it by creating endless open-ended stories and contrived cliffhangers) that will cause the eventual demise of television based on comics.
It's decent overall, but filled with too much family/teen/love drama in between. I'm the most infuriated by overprotecting parent dialogs. They're trying too much to make us care for the characters. Actors are likeable overall, but poor scripting really drags them down.
I hope the show to be cancelled cause first episodes was amazing but later was teen drama.
The best tv show of the season.
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
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