Matt Nix discusses Lorna's big decisions in the FOX show's season finale and much more.

Note: Full spoilers for “The Gifted” Season 1 finale (and the entire season) follow. To catch up on the FOX series, you can watch the entire season on or Hulu!

The first season of “The Gifted” has come to an end, with an eventful finale in which Polaris made some huge decisions, including the reformation of the Hellfire Club alongside the Frost sisters – whose initial membership now includes Andy Strucker, who has parted ways with his family. spoke to “The Gifted” executive producer and showrunner, Matt Nix, about many of the big events that occurred as the season wrapped up, their comic book inspirations, and how they help set the stage for the already-ordered Season 2 of the series. Let’s kick off discussing the very end, because that’s quite a big split that happened there with the group. Can you talk about that and how you decided that Lauren and Andy, among the main characters, would be the ones that decided to take this different path?

Matt Nix: Basically the idea is that everyone on the show kind of wants the same things. They care about each other but they’re deeply conflicted over how to go about it. Part of it is I had been thinking a lot about the classic X-Men and the idea of the Brotherhood and the X-Men — all of which has been explored — and thinking about what is our version of that? In this universe, in this version of the X-Men universe, what is that dynamic? And the idea is that everyone actually is interested in the same thing. A lot of it is just that they’re doing it on behalf of each other. So the thinking with Polaris was she looks at Eclipse and she realizes at the end of the season that someone is going to need to do something terrible here. But it’s not going to be Eclipse because he came from this violent place and has turned his back on that and decided that that’s not who he wants to be or should be and she loves him and doesn’t want to put him in a position where he has to become something that he hates. Thunderbird can’t do it because he feels the weight of the mantle of the X-Men. He feels an obligation to all of these things. And as someone who cares about the goals and has helped build this thing, she feels like she had to leave it to save it. She had to do this thing that would drive a wedge between her and the people she cares about. She feels it has to be done and she’s the only one who can do it. Partially because it’s accepting her heritage but also partially because she’s got the power and she’s willing to use it.

Emma Dumont in “The Gifted.” What about Andy?

Matt Nix: I think for Andy, there’s a bit of a similar dynamic where he looks at his family and the secret of who his grandfather was and their family history. As someone who was never proud of who he was, he’s now realizing there’s an opportunity to be proud of who we are and to stand up for what we believe in and to him — he was kind of responsible for doing this terrible thing because of family and now he has an obligation to fight for them and if they’re not willing to accept what needs to be done, then he has to do it for them. What I really responded to in that split was everybody is a hero in that moment. Andy is trying to do something good, Polaris is trying to do something good and the Mutant Underground is trying to do something good. Everybody is right, but at the same time it points them in the direction of possible tragic consequences and tears these families apart. You also destroyed the Mutant Underground headquarters. Did you want to mix up the setting of the series going forward?

Matt Nix: Oh, absolutely. It’s sort of a long story, but in developing the series, one of the things we realized was that people kind of needed to get their heads around the Mutant Underground as a place and a specific group. Because visually it’s easier to go “Okay that place is the Mutant Underground. That’s who they are. That’s what they are. That’s where they are. That’s what it looks like.” But the idea of the Mutant Underground was more of a network. Much more akin to the underground railroad and that kind of thing than to a specific place. We talked about that, the idea that this was just one of a number of stations, but at the same time it was the most important of them. But the original conception was really that the mutants had to carry out the mission of helping mutants while living among humans. To me, that’s a really interesting thing to have to do, right? Because most of them can pass as non-mutants. So they can exist in the world. Now we’ve seen this organization in this building, the Mutant Underground, versus this organization the Sentinel Services, in their building, the Sentinel Services Headquarters. It’s a simple conceit that helps you get your head around the world and what it is, but going into the second season, I wanted to spread it out more and get to see mutants in the world dealing with the issues in society if that makes sense. So it was a good opportunity, also, in splitting the groups, to be able to see different parts of society. The Hellfire Club obviously takes place in a much more large scale kind of world and the Mutant Underground’s continued survival really needs to be in society, in the shadows.

(L-R) Hellfire returns! Skyler Samuels, Emma Dumont, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Hayley Lovitt, and Percy Hynes White in “The Gifted.” The Hellfire club traditionally is a group that is very powerful but often filled with in-fighting. Might we expect it won’t be smooth sailing as they try to form this new incarnation?

Matt Nix: Well, I think that long term certainly, I think the dynamics of The Hellfire Club in the comics and if you get a bunch of people together who are like “The ends justify the means. Lt’s use our power as we see fit!” then it’s tough to say that’s going to work out well long term. We certainly have some of those dynamics. At the same time, this exists in a world where everybody is really on their heels. So the aspiration of the Frost Sisters / Stepford Cuckoos and the rest of their little group is to rebuild the Hellfire Club, but they are a ways from being able to do that. They don’t have a Black Rook. They’re pretty far from that [version], you know what I mean? They still have to work on the Kings and Queens and they’ve got a long way to go. The question going into Season 2 is can they even do this? Can they rebuild it? And so I think you already see in what we’ve portrayed so far, there’s a pretty prickly relationship at the top there and that will continue. But believe me there’s a reason I was interested in it and I love the Hellfire Club in the comics. Man, as an organization they really need a human resources department to help them resolve [issues]… [Laughs] Their go to move is it’s an organization whose main activity at the upper management level is trying to kill each other. It’s a little hard to sustain. [Laughs] Right. They need some meetings where they talk about working together better.

Matt Nix: Yeah, they’re like “We need to work on our communication. There are seminars we need to go to.” At the same time, one thing I think is interesting and we’ve talked about in the writers room — and I don’t know what we’ll do with it — but one thing that’s interesting with the Hellfire Club is that it’s actually set up to have internal rivalries. That is weird. I can’t think of a single other organization that — I guess with the possible exception of Lincoln’s Cabinet — that is set up to have internal rivalries because the idea is that they’re going to fight and that’s good. That’s interesting. It’s certainly something we’ve talked a lot about and may do something with.

Skyler Samuels and Jamie Chung in “The Gifted.” You mentioned the Frost Sisters / Stepford Cuckoos and I want to ask about that. The introduction of Esme and eventually her sisters was a really cool development. Was that an element of the comics you knew early on you wanted to do or did it come about as you were developing the season?

Nix: Pretty much from day one. The real story is this: I was doing a lot of research and I was reading a lot of different comics and a lot of different runs and thinking about it a lot. This was really early on, before I even had the job, when they first said “Hey, would you be interested in doing this?” I’d been a fan of the comics but hadn’t kept up religiously over the years. So I went out and bought some current ones and reviewed some old ones and things like that. I was flipping through one of the comics and I saw an image that looked just like my daughter… Like, exactly! Everything. The haircut, she had a shirt like that… I was just like “Whoa!” And then I turned the page and this was the Stepford Cuckoos. And then sister one turns to sister two and says “Esme?” And my daughter’s name is Esme and I figured, okay, this is a sign. We’re doing this. So basically, one of the first things I went in with was “Okay, so Stepford Cuckoos, this is happening!” In my original version of the pilot, they were in the pilot. But then basically as we were developing it, I realized it was better for me to spread that story out and introduce them more gradually. And so that’s what I did. But they were in from the get go because my daughter looked like them and her name is Esme.

Percy Hynes White and Natalie Alyn Lind in “The Gifted.” That was meant to be! When we got the first character descriptions, clearly the name Strucker was going to raise some eyebrows. I know I wasn’t alone in thinking, “Well, maybe Andy and Lauren are a different version of Fenris or inspired by Fenris,” and the answer turned out to be yes, they were inspired by them, but then we got to see the classic Fenris as well. Did you know early on you wanted that legacy idea?

Nix: Absolutely. My feeling, rightly or wrongly — people will like this version or not like this version or whatever — but my goal from the get go was to do something that if you were a fan of the comics and you knew what Fenris was, it’s rewarding and you know that something’s coming. But I was thinking, well, what would be both rewarding and a surprise. Does that make sense? And what kind of orients a comic fan to what we’re doing? Which is to say, we’re not in strict continuity with the comics or the movies or anything like that, but at the same time, if you read the comics, you will have some insight into what we’re doing with the show and hopefully we can still surprise you along the way. It’s a natural thought to say “Okay, this is their version of Fenris” and hopefully you’re pleasantly surprised when you say “Oh, okay so that’s what this is.” So that’s what we tried to do, vis-a-vis Roderick Campbell and the Hounds. The name Campbell shows up. If you’re a comic fan you have the idea of that. He’s got the beard. He doesn’t have a robotic exoskeleton but we’re not doing that version of the world. So you have a sense the hounds are coming but what are they going to look like and how is that going to work? So that was part in parcel of how I wanted to approach it which was, yeah, I read the comics, I like the comics, but we’re not doing Roderick Campbell in a purple robotic exoskeleton with hounds with spikey collars around their necks. It’s a different version of something that you know. Another character who made a big decision in the finale was Agent Turner, who also split off from the group he’d been a part of. You’ve introduced some other groups out there like Purifiers. Can you say anything about his decision and what might be his next step?

Nix: I’d just say he definitely is not done. And I didn’t want to turn the show into like an endless battle between the Sentinel Services and the mutant Underground. We’ve done that. The Sentinel Service isn’t going away but I’d say — other groups are certainly a thing. It’s not an accident that Reed’s mother remembers that there’s a person named Risman that’s associated with her husband. We’re definitely exploring other groups and organizations that mutants have to contend with in society. I would say it’s not as simple as he jumps ship and becomes a Purifier. One of the things I really care about his character is that he is essentially a decent human being that’s been put into a situation where it’s hard to be a decent human being. And that will continue. He’s still dealing with the ongoing struggle of what is actually the best thing to do.

Vishesh Chachra, Coby Bell, Elliott Dixon, and David She in “The Gifted.” Lastly, I wanted to ask about Reed and Caitlin, who took on central roles holding off Sentinel Services in the finale, which is especially notable if you look at where Reed began, and also the fact that Caitlin isn’t a mutant at all. Do you see them continuing down this leadership path and finding their places in this world?

Nix: I guess I’d just say in a world where you have a headquarters that’s filled with mutants with powers, the role of the humans who don’t have powers within that is kind of limited. It’s hard to be the Struckers in that situation. In a world where the mutants don’t have that headquarters and have to hide among the humans and deal with a more human world and the realities of that where they don’t have the luxury of “Okay, we brought these people in. Go camp out over there and we’ll get you to Mexico as soon as we can.” They have to operate out in the world and suddenly the humans are a lot more useful. They’ve got their human contacts, their understanding of the world, all of that stuff. It’s a little bit more along the lines of Caitlin in episode two, helping Eclipse get into the hospital and that kind of thing. Their role changes in the second season as they’re no longer the two people that don’t have powers in a room full of people with powers. In a way, they’re more powerful in the second season because they can hide better.

Amy Acker and Stephen Moyer in “The Gifted.”

While you’re waiting for Season 2 of “The Gifted,” you can watch all thirteen episodes of Season 1 on or Hulu!

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The soundtrack will be available the same day Season 2 debuts on Netflix.

Friday, June 22 will be a big day for “Marvel’s Luke Cage” fans, as not only will the second season be released on Netflix, but the Season 2 soundtrack will be available as well.

“Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 2 Original Soundtrack Album features original score by returning composers Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest) and Adrian Younge (Ghostface Killah, JAY-Z, Bilal, Souls of Mischief), who received critical acclaim for their Season 1 score.

For the second season, the composers desired to expand the sound and included a rhythm section and orchestra. Inspired by the new character Bushmaster, Muhammad and Younge created what they call “symphonic” reggae” for his theme, blending the soul of reggae music with an orchestra. Their inspirations for Season 2 included the films of Alfred Hitchcock and “Mission: Impossible,” plus the television series “Kojak,” “Baretta” and “The Incredible Hulk.”

In addition to the score, the album also includes licensed tracks plus the song “King’s Paradise,” performed in an episode by Rakim, which was written by William Griffin, Younge and Muhammad.

“Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 2 Original Soundtrack Album cover

Also featured in an episode is R&B singer Joi performing “Love You Forever Right Now,” a song she co-wrote with Marlon Cox and Gabrielle Dennis (Tilda Johnson) performing “Family First,” a song co-written by Younge, Muhammad and Dennis, with vocals produced by “Marvel’s Luke Cage” showrunner/Executive Producer Cheo Hodari Coker. The soundtrack also includes two covers by teen blues guitarist Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, “I Put a Spell on You,” and “The Thrill is Gone.” All songs were composed and produced by Younge and Muhammad.

Said Coker, “If Season 1 was about the hip-hop and the Wu-Tangification of the Marvel Universe, Season 2 is about the ROOTS of hip-hop: reggae and the blues. How both smashed up against each other to create the sonic backdrop of what we now know as hip-hop. The rhythmic stew of funk, rhythm and blues, soul, melded with the Jamaican ‘DJ’ tradition. Harlem’s Paradise, which is tied to the family legacy of both Mariah Dillard Stokes and John ‘Bushmaster’ McGiver, is where the musical sensibilities of both clash. One of the secrets of the show is whoever looks down at the club from Cottonmouth’s ‘perch’ controls the music of the club and has reign over Harlem.

Coker continues, “The music selection and the sequencing is a labor of love, and is one of the most important things I do as showrunner of this show. I love the fact that all of musical sensibilities meld with our storytelling and dramatic desires as a writer’s room, cast, and production crew. I get to be both John Wells and Quincy Jones.”

In Season 2 of the Netflix original series, Luke Cage (Mike Colter) has become a celebrity on the streets of Harlem with a reputation as bulletproof as his skin. But being so visible has only increased his need to protect the community and find the limits of who he can and can’t save. With the rise of a formidable new foe, Luke is forced to confront the fine line that separates a hero from a villain. “Marvel’s Luke Cage” is rated TV-MA and is streaming now only on Netflix.

“Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 2 Original Soundtrack Album will be available for download and at streaming services on June 22.

You can see Luke Cage in action in “Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 1 and “Marvel’s The Defenders,” now streaming on Netflix. Follow @LukeCage on Twitter and like “Marvel’s Luke Cage” on Facebook for all the latest news and updates.

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New episodes of 'Marvel's Luke Cage' debut Friday, June 22 on Netflix.

“Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 2 debuts this Friday, June 22, on Netflix, and the hero of Harlem is now the subject of the latest Marvel 101!

Watch the video above to get an overview on what makes Luke the man he is, as seen in “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” Season 1, “Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 1, and “Marvel’s The Defenders.”

For more on “Marvel’s Luke Cage,” be sure to also watch our recent Marvel 101 focused on Shades!

In “Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 2, after clearing his name, Luke Cage (Mike Colter) has become a celebrity on the streets of Harlem with a reputation as bulletproof as his skin. But being so well known has only increased the pressure he feels to protect the community. With the rise of a formidable new foe, Luke is forced to confront the fine line that separates a hero from a villain.

“Marvel’s Luke Cage” is Executive Produced by series Showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker (“SouthLAnd,” “Ray Donovan”) along with Jeph Loeb (“Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” “Marvel’s Daredevil”), and Jim Chory (“Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” “Marvel’s Daredevil”).

You can see Luke Cage in action in “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” Season 1“Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 1 and “Marvel’s The Defenders,” now streaming on Netflix. Follow @LukeCage on Twitter and like “Marvel’s Luke Cage” on Facebook for all the latest news and updates.

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Spidey is back in new adventures beginning Monday, June 18 at 6:30-7:30pm ET/PT on Disney XD!

“Marvel’s Spider-Man” Season 2 premieres this Monday, with a special hour-long return that includes two brand new episodes, beginning at 6:30pm ET/PT on Disney XD.

First, in “How I Thwipped My Summer Vacation,” in a series of shorts, we follow Peter Parker as he tries to have the best summer vacation ever, only to have his plans be consistently ruined by his responsibilities as Spider-Man.

Then, in “Take Two,” Spider-Man is excited to start his second year as a super hero (and his second year as a student at Horizon High) but discovers that Doc Ock also claims to want a second chance… Can Otto be trusted?

You can check out a preview clip from the premiere at the top of the page, and the Season 2 poster and new images in the gallery below.

“Marvel’s Spider-Man” – “How I Thwipped My Summer Vacation” and “Take Two” air Monday, June 18 from 6:30-7:30pm ET/PT on Disney XD!

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The brand-new original series amassed 7.3 million views across linear and digital platforms!

The debut of “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” ranked as Freeform’s biggest series launch in over two years in Total Viewers (1.64 million). In fact, the series’ opener stood as Freeform’s most-watched drama telecast on any night since the series finale of “Pretty Little Liars” in June 2017.

In the first three days after its launch, “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” stood as the best-ever digital debut in Freeform history (716,000 starts) and generated 7.3 million views across linear and digital platforms. The series was Thursday’s No. 1 most-social scripted series with 112,000 engagements across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Tumblr.

Competitively, “Cloak & Dagger” opened as Thursday’s No. 1 cable program among Teens 12-17 (151,000/0.62 rating), the No. 1 scripted series on cable among Women 18-49 (439,000/0.68 rating) and as the No. 1 original scripted cable series among Women 18-34 (165,000/0.47 rating), Adults 18-49 (737,000/0.57 rating), Adults 18-34 (261,000/0.38 rating), Persons 12-34 (412,000/0.44 rating) and Females 12-34 (249,000/0.53 rating).

After three days of TV playback, “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” jumped by +78% in Total Viewers over its L+SD average (872,000 to 1.56 million in L+3) to post the largest-ever L+3 lift of any Freeform debut.

Brand new episodes of “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” air exclusively on Freeform Thursdays at 8p/7c! Stay tuned to for the latest on “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” and Marvel Television! Be sure to follow @CloakandDagger on Twitter and like the official “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” Facebook page!

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The season wraps up Tuesday, June 12 at 10:00pm ET/PT on FX!

The brewing conflict between David Haller (Dan Stevens) and the Shadow King (Navid Negahban) comes to a head Tuesday night on FX, in the “Legion” Season 2 finale! You can check out a new preview for the episode above, as David fights the future.

Written by Noah Hawley and directed by Keith Gordon, “Legion” – “Chapter 19” airs Tuesday, June 12 at 10:00pm ET/PT on FX.

For more on “Legion,” which was recently renewed for Season 3, watch Earth’s Mightiest Show‘s interview with Dan Stevens and also be sure to read our look at the comic book history of the Shadow King!

You can follow “Legion” on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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Ready or not, Luke is back on Friday, June 22.

With ten days to go until “Marvel’s Luke Cage” returns with new episodes on Friday, June 22 on Netflix, a brand new trailer is here for Season 2 of the series.

Watch the trailer above to get a bigger look at what to expect in Season 2, as Luke finds himself caught in the middle of the escalating conflict between Mariah (Alfre Woodard) and the powerful new threat known as Bushmaster (Mustafa Shakir).

In “Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 2, after clearing his name, Luke Cage (Mike Colter) has become a celebrity on the streets of Harlem with a reputation as bulletproof as his skin. But being so well known has only increased the pressure he feels to protect the community. With the rise of a formidable new foe, Luke is forced to confront the fine line that separates a hero from a villain.

“Marvel’s Luke Cage” is Executive Produced by series Showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker (“SouthLAnd,” “Ray Donovan”) along with Jeph Loeb (“Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” “Marvel’s Daredevil”), and Jim Chory (“Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” “Marvel’s Daredevil”).

You can see Luke Cage in action in “Marvel’s Luke Cage” Season 1 and “Marvel’s The Defenders,” now streaming on Netflix. Follow @LukeCage on Twitter and like “Marvel’s Luke Cage” on Facebook for all the latest news and updates.

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The OST features track by Olivia Holt who plays Tandy/Dagger on 'Marvel's Cloak & Dagger'!

Between the debut of the new, original Freeform series “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” last night, this week’s surprise release of the CLOAK AND DAGGER digital comic series, as well as Cloak and Dagger-related events across Marvel Games, there isn’t a better time for fans of the crimefighting duo, Cloak and Dagger! If you caught last night’s two-hour premiere, you’d be hard-pressed to miss the incredible music that serves as the backdrop for New Orleans and drives the story forward. Today, Marvel Music and Hollywood Records dropped the digital soundtrack album for “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger,” which features a track from Olivia Holt who stars as Tandy Bowen in the show.

Listen to Olivia Holt’s cover of Come Sail Away above!

The OST also features a selection of music from the first season of “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” from artists such as The Siege, Overcoats, Ruelle, Bea Miller, The Phantoms, MILCK, morgxn, Isak Danielson & more.

The track list for the “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” OST is:

  1. Come Sail Away – Olivia Holt
  2. Arise – The Siege
  3. Leave the Light On – Overcoats
  4. Trigger – Ruelle
  5. Quiet – MILCK
  6. Get What I Came For – The Phantoms
  7. Run Wild – Thutmose & NoMBe
  8. to the grave – Bea Miller & Mike Stud
  9. home – morgxn
  10. It’s a Crying Shame – The Roues Brothers
  11. Harlem – Cathedrals
  12. Ending – Isak Danielson

Stream Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger OST here:
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In case you missed it, Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger stars Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph stopped by Earth’s Mightiest Show to talk about their brand-new Freeform series, test how much they know each other, and more!

Brand new episodes of “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” air exclusively on Freeform Thursdays at 8p/7c! Stay tuned to for the latest on “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” and Marvel Television! Be sure to follow @CloakandDagger on Twitter and like the official “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” Facebook page!

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Before the new season debuts this fall, watch a special interview with two pop culture icons.

“Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest,” the next season of the “Avengers” animated series, debuts this fall and it will feature guest appearances by two truly legendary and beloved figures in pop culture history – none other than Mark Hamill and Stan Lee! Hamill will be reprising his role from earlier seasons as the villainous Arnim Zola, while Lee will be providing one of his famous cameos.

During a visit to a voice record session for “Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest,” Hamill and Lee sat down with Marvel HQ for a conversation about Marvel heroes and villains, their approach to voice acting and much more! You can check out the video at the top of the page to hear what “Star Wars” icon Hamill, who’s had a long and acclaimed career doing voice over roles in animation, and Stan “The Man” himself, who co-created so many beloved Marvel characters, had to say!

Don’t miss Mark Hamill and Stan Lee in “Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest,” coming this fall to Disney XD!

In “Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest,” the Black Panther must decide his loyalties. Is he an Avenger first or King of Wakanda? As the mysterious Shadow Council rises to challenge Wakanda, T’Challa teams up with his sister Shuri to go on missions that no other Avenger can. It’s a globe-trotting journey of espionage and mystery as old foes resurface and new friends are made. In the end, Black Panther must balance defending his home and stopping threats before they start. Is he a sword or a shield? Only he can decide.

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The 'Empire' alum will play Reeva in the FOX series, which is back this fall with new episodes.

Grace Byers (“Empire”) has joined the cast of “The Gifted” for Season 2 of the FOX series.

Byers will play Reeva, a smart, charming, authoritative, elegant, beautiful woman who is ruthless in her efforts to fight for her people. She leads an elite band of followers and has a soft spot for her new recruits, but is still capable of extreme violence in defense of her vision.

Grace Byers

Reeva will be teaming up with Polaris (Emma Dumont), Andy Strucker (Percy Hynes White) and the Frost sisters (Skyler Samuels) in the “Inner Circle,” following the huge turn of events that occurred at the end of Season 1.

“The Gifted” Season 2 will debut this fall on FOX. For more on “The Gifted,” check out’s interview with executive producer Matt Nix about how Season 1 ended and what could be in store for Season 2.

You can catch up on the entire first season of “The Gifted” now with On Demand, FOX Now, or Hulu!

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