Fox’s new series, The Gifted, is set in the X-Men universe, but it’s not immune to the weird continuity issues the franchise always deals with. The show follows everyday Mutants rather than heroes, focusing specifically on a suburban family on the run with their two mutant kids, with only a few big name Mutants like Blink and Polaris making appearances. But, X-Men fans can’t help but wonder: Will the most popular Mutant of all, the Best at What He Does, make an appearance in The Gifted?

Was Wolverine in the Season Finale of The Gifted?

No.

Was Wolverine Mentioned in the Season Finale of The Gifted?

No.

Were the X-Men Mentioned in the Season Finale of The Gifted?

Yes, they were, although fans who were hoping that the season finale of The Gifted would definitively explain where the X-Men went are going to be seriously disappointed. If anything, the finale was all about setting up the Underground and the Hellfire Club as ersatz X-Men and Brotherhood substitutes.

We learn that Blink used to do odd jobs for the Brotherhood, the extremist, largely villainous mutant team lead by Magneto. Magneto isn’t mentioned by name, but he’s for sure Polaris’s dad, and we see her playing with his “M” logo that he gave his daughter when she was 13. Blink, who claims to have some pretty bad mutant ancestors as well, tries to convince Polaris not to follow in her father’s footsteps, but it doesn’t work.

So, that’s where Season 1 leaves us, with a diminished Underground squaring off against the Hellfire Club. And, as one of the Cuckoos notes, the Brotherhood left the Club with “more than a pat on the back and some encouraging words.”

Why are the X-Men basically “an urban legend now,” as Polaris says when talking to Evangeline Whedon, a mutant lawyer who can turn into a dragon? Well, maybe we’ll find out next season.

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That’s it, folks! See y’all next season when we’ll be eagerly waiting to see if Wolverine makes an appearance in The Gifted.

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Rumor has it Nintendo is teaming up with Square Enix to bring another new character to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster. Leaks have been few and far between (possibly because the Final Fantasy developer is doing its best to keep the secret), but new information may have finally confirmed exactly which new Square Enix character is coming to Smash Bros. Ultimate.

One day, someone is going to write an entire book about everything that went wrong with Netflix and Marvel’s big deal to bring The Defenders to life in a series of live-action streaming shows, but until that happens all we have to go on are short quotes from Netflix earning interviews. On that note, the company’s Q2 earnings report suggests that despite the imminent launch of Disney’s rival streaming service, the Netflix/Marvel universe isn’t going anywhere. Could that mean Punisher Season 2, Luke Cage Season 3 or even Defenders Season 2? Don’t rule it out, for now at least.

Last week, the Force was disturbed by a Star Wars rumor so outlandish that it seemed to will itself into existence, kind of like the creepy dark side virgin-birth of Anakin Skywalker. After numerous outlets reported on a “leak” that suggested Emperor Palpatine himself would return at some point in Star Wars: Episode IX, even the most skeptical fans started saying “sure, why not?” Here’s the thing: there’s almost no way this rumor is true, but it could be accidentally right for a reason no one seems to have considered yet.

Mindhunter,the drama series produced by David Fincher and directed by Asif Kapadia (Amy), premiered on Netflix on October 13, 2017 to critical acclaim, and by November, the show had already been renewed for a second season.

Based loosely on the true crime book from Mark Olshaker and John E. Douglas called Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, the series portrays the work and lives of FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), who team up with psychologist Wendy Carr (Anna Torv) to interview convicted serial killers about their motivations, backgrounds, and self-image. They mention a great many serial killers, both active and in prison, but the first season focuses only on a handful of criminals.

The bad guys are teaming up in the new trailer for Glass. The third movie in M. Night Shyamalan’s original superhero series will culminate as “The Horde” (James McAvoy) and “Mr. Glass” (Samuel L. Jackson) team up to break out of their confinement inside a mental institution.

On Thursday, Universal released the second trailer for Glass, set for release in theaters in January. Aside from the return of McAvoy, Jackson, and Bruce Willis as retired security guard David Dunn, the film introduces Sarah Paulson as Dr. Ellie Staple, a psychiatrist who treats patients who believe they are superhumans (and they’re kind of right).