'Legion' Season 1 Latest Spoilers, News & Update: FX Renews Series For Season 2; More Challenges Ahead

By Carrie Winters - 17 Mar '17 08:39AM

"Legion" Season 1 is close to its final episode. There will be more challenges to the characters especially to David Haller (Dan Stevens) in the upcoming episodes. The series has been renewed for a second season by FX.

According to a report, the previous episode of "Legion" Season 1 has slowed down a little bit for the series. David does not want to leave Clockworks Psychiatric Hospital. The patient's powers are being instilled in them that these are the symptoms of their mental illnesses.

"Legion" Season 1 has been presented in a different way from the comics. It has interpreted the superpowers of these mutants as mental conditions. As the series moves along, these patients in the mental institution are actually superheroes in the end.

In the meantime, the latest episode of "Legion" Season 1 has been slow yet gives out the show's style. The show has taken its time to reveal the most important factors in David's life. The upcoming episodes will be giving fans more to expect from the characters.

A report indicated that "Legion" Season 1 has been a success. The series is created by Noah Hawley and has been a unique one especially in exploring the characteristics of the characters and their powers. It also has been reported that FX already renewed the series for Season 2.

Executive producer and head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb shared that the team has been proud of the outcome of "Legion" Season 1. The renewal is good enough for the series because of the positive outcome it got from fans.

As of this time, "Legion" Season 1 has gradually revealed what David's mutant powers may be. There will be more that the series can bring the characters to. As for the second season, it is not clear on how the plot would go as the story moves along.

In the meantime, "Legion" Season 1 airs every Wednesday nights.

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