Legion Season 1 To Bring Joy Among X-Men Fans

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The upcoming American cable television series Legion is based on the Marvel Comics characters of the similar title. Connected to X-Men film series, the respective television series will render upon the plot of the same thus in an extended manner. The series promo was witnessed by million of viewers thus embracing it with open hearts and great excitement. The early look of Legion Season 1, somewhat in a changed way and beating old odds ended up being one of the most visually evocative and innovative among the ongoing superhero tv series.

Created by Noah Hawley for FX satellite network, Legion Season 1 is being Produced by FX Production in association with Marvel Television and 26 Keys Productions. It has a marvellous star cast of Dan Stevens as David Haller, Rachel Keller as Syd Barrett, Jean Smart as Melanie Bird, Aubrey Plaza as Lenny Busker, Bill Irwin as Cary Loudermilk, and so on. Produced with the help of Brian Leslie Parker, the music has been composed by Jeff Russo.

As per the storyline of Legion Season 1, the central protagonist, David Haller is diagnosed with schizophrenia at a very young age and has been a patient in various psychiatric hospitals since the diagnose. Soon after he confronts another psychiatric patient in a different hospital, he comes to know regarding the possibility of not just being schizophrenia but rather more than that the mental illness. Also, he is aware of the fact that he is not the only one to suffer from the illness and being a special or gifted person, there may be more to the actual fact and accounts.

The trailer released in July 2016 by Marvel Entertainments, Legion Season 1 turned out to be one of the most watched videos in the recent past. In fact, the 1 minute 39 seconds clip was among the most innovative and intriguing plot one could ask for. Seen by over 2,00,000 people, the following cable television series will have mutant confronting other mutants in the real world despite being unaware of the factual report subsequently suffering from a mental illness.

The respective science-fiction psychological drama Legion Season 1 is all set to occupy the screens from February 8, 2017, thus covering 8 episodes on FX every Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. ET.

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