FOX announces The Gifted Season 2 will air on Tuesdays at 8pm this year

The Gifted will be moving to a new night for its second season. It’s never too early to mark your calendars for the premiere of Season 2 of The Gifted for the fall TV season. The show has moved this season from Monday nights to Tuesday. 

Fox has revealed its fall 2018 schedule ahead of this afternoon’s upfront presentation. The schedule reveals that The Gifted will air on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET ahead of the just-renewed Lethal Weapon.

Fox has not revealed the series’ return date.

The Gifted’s first season was broadcast on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET following Lucifer.

The Gifted creator and showrunner Matt Nix spoke to ComicBook.com following the first season’s finale and how Lorna’s defection to the Hellfire Club will shape season two.

So, going into Season Two, you know, things will have changed, and they will change for everybody, and they’re all going to have to rediscover and redefine their relationship to society,” Nix said. “But then one thing I also think a lot about in Season Two is, when you think about the movies, generally speaking, they have to define, ‘There’s two sides. There’s this side and there’s this side.’ Well, we, for this first 13-episode run, we’ve already kind of explored the idea that they’re not exactly on different sides, the beginnings of the Hellfire Club and the Mutant Underground. They’re kind of working towards the same goals, and they’re in a position where they kind of need to team up. I mean, there’s not a lot else they could do

source: comicbook.com

7 Comments

  1. Good to have a day and time. Mondays worked well for me even though I had to record it. With the new Tuesday time slot I will have to do the same thing since it conflicts with another show I watch.

  2. it’s clear that: The Gifted creator and showrunner Matt Nix spoke to ComicBook.com/following the first season’s finale and how Lorna’s defection to the Hellfire Club will shape season two.

  3. many words, suggestions:

    “So, going into Season Two, you know, things will have changed, and they will change for everybody, and they’re all going to have to rediscover and redefine their relationship to society,” Nix said. “But then one thing I also think a lot about in Season Two is, when you think about the movies, generally speaking, they have to define, ‘There’s two sides. There’s this side and there’s this side.’ Well, we, for this first 13-episode run, we’ve already kind of explored the idea that they’re not exactly on different sides, the beginnings of the Hellfire Club and the Mutant Underground. They’re kind of working towards the same goals, and they’re in a position where they kind of need to team up. I mean, there’s not a lot else they could do

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