Fox picks up new X-Men TV pilot

The television network will work with Marvel on a pilot for a new show set in the X-Men universe, with Bryan Singer serving as executive producer.

Daniel Van Boom Senior Writer
Daniel Van Boom is an award-winning Senior Writer based in Sydney, Australia. Daniel Van Boom covers cryptocurrency, NFTs, culture and global issues. When not writing, Daniel Van Boom practices Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, reads as much as he can, and speaks about himself in the third person.
Expertise Cryptocurrency, Culture, International News
Daniel Van Boom
Enlarge Image
20th Century Fox

There could soon be another X-Men show on TV to get you your mutant fix.

Fox has commissioned a pilot for a yet-to-be-named show that'll take place in the X-Men universe, reports Variety. It'll follow two human parents who connect with a group of mutants after discovering their children have super powers.

The show, which will be co-produced by Marvel, will be the second X-Men show on TV, after FX's Legion, if it gets picked up for a full season.

Bryan Singer, director of "X-Men: Apocalypse" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past", will serve as the show's executive producer, according to the publication.