Last week, I saw the series premiere of Legion, which is the story of a man who thought he had severe mental issues all his life, but turns out that he actually has mutant powers (but could also have severe mental issues). I felt it was a little slow at the beginning, but overall it was intriguing enough to keep watching. However, I am a little worried that, given his abilities, the writers might turn this entire show into a game of “what’s real and what isn’t”, which personally I find to be a tiresome gimmick for a series. It’s part of the reason I disliked the second season of Mr. Robot, though at least in Legion, the premise of interpreting reality is given right away, as opposed to turning a great show about the underbelly of the internet to half assed attempts to have its audience guess at twists. Anyway, it was created by the guy who made the Fargo TV show, so at least he has some experience making good television (or so I’ve heard).