Watch the Full version of The Gifted panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2018

We’ve been waiting to get the full version of The Gifted panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 which took place on July 21, 2018 in Ballroom 20 courtesy Channel Control on YouTube.

NOTE: This is a fan made video so expect to see some people walking in front of the camera. Even with these distractions, we think it’s worth showing here.

The panel consists of executive producers Matt Nix and Jeph Loeb and stars Stephen Moyer, Sean Teale, Jamie Chung, Emma Dumont, Blair Redford, Natalie Alyn Lind, and Skyler Samuels.

Season 2 of The Gifted picks up after the explosion of the Atlanta Station. The Mutant Underground search for their friends and family who left with The Inner Circle. Having tracked them outside of Washington, D.C., they must contend with new groups with extreme ideologies, both human and mutant alike, to stave off a brewing conflict.  Also, look for Morlocks to enter the story during Season 2.

Stephen reveals that after learning that he once had powers Reed delves into his history and how that will affect the family. The family continues to be the center of the story in Season 2.

We also learned some new things by watching the panel including what “cup-caking” is and how the mutants and humans are coping with the changes from Season 1.


1 Comment

  1. Interesting! I think Stephen was the one who made the following point and for me it is key … that we need to really care about these characters to make the show work. That makes good sense to me. Everything flows from our caring … the manifestation of powers, the battles, explosions, etc. They won’t mean much to me unless I’m invested in the characters … at least some of them. And along with that, an interest in their relationships with one another. I hope to work on the caring in Season 2. And I’m looking for more relationship development.

    Thanks, Lynn, for providing.

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