Live-Action ‘X-Men’ TV Show In Development At FOX

It doesn’t look like the train of superhero TV shows will be slowing down any time soon, as it has been revealed that Bryan Singer, director of X-Men: Apocalypse, is working to create an untitled X-Men show for the FOX Network. The show, which currently has no time frame for production, will apparently follow two parents who must flee from government forces when it’s discovered that their children are mutants. Burn Notice creator Matt Nix is involved in writing the show, with close involvement from Marvel itself.

This is actually the second X-Men show in development, as FX and Marvel are also currently working on a show titled Legion, which will follow Professor X’s son as he forms the New Mutants faction from the comics. Legion is set to debut in 2017.

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