Mutant X

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  • TV-PG
  • 2001
  • 3 Seasons
  • 5.9  (4,629)

Mutant X was a science fiction television series that aired from 2001 to 2004. The show starred Victoria Pratt, Forbes March, and Victor Webster and was produced by Marvel Studios. The show followed a team of mutant superheroes who were created by a scientist named Adam Kane. The show was based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name.

The show took place in a world where mutants were common and often feared and persecuted by humans. Adam Kane created Mutant X to help protect other mutants from humans who would harm them. The team consisted of four mutants – Shalimar Fox, Jesse Kilmartin, Brennan Mulwray, and Emma DeLauro. Each of them had unique abilities that they used to help others and save the world from various threats.

Shalimar Fox was a feral mutant who had enhanced senses and agility. She could climb walls and jump incredible distances. Jesse Kilmartin had the ability to create illusions and manipulate people's perceptions. Brennan Mulwray could generate and control electricity. Emma DeLauro had telepathic and telekinetic powers.

The show had a strong focus on the relationships between the team members. Each of them had a distinct personality, and they often clashed with one another. There was also a sense of family and loyalty between them, and they would do anything to protect one another.

The show had a variety of villains, including other mutants who wanted to use their powers for personal gain. There were also humans who feared and hated mutants and would stop at nothing to eliminate them. The team often had to fight against these threats to protect innocent people and other mutants.

Mutant X was known for its well-choreographed action scenes and its special effects. The show was filmed in Toronto, Canada, and had a dark and gritty feel to it. The show was also praised for its diversity, with a cast that included actors of different ethnicities and sexual orientations.

The show ran for three seasons and was canceled in 2004. Fans were disappointed with the cancellation, and there were efforts to save the show or continue it elsewhere. However, the rights to the show were tangled up in legal disputes, and nothing came of these efforts.

In conclusion, Mutant X was a science fiction television series that followed a team of mutant superheroes. The show had a strong focus on relationships between the team members and their efforts to protect other mutants from harm. The show had well-choreographed action scenes, well-designed special effects, and a dark and gritty tone. The show was praised for its diversity and had a cult following among fans. Despite efforts to save the show or continue it elsewhere, it was canceled after three seasons in 2004.

Mutant X is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (66 episodes). The series first aired on October 1, 2001.

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The Assault
22. The Assault
May 17, 2004
Many of the mysteries surrounding Mutant X are revealed when Lexa (Karen Cliche) and Jesse (Forbes March) are captured by the Dominion and the team, along with Adam (John Shea), goes in to rescue them.
Cirque Des Merveilles
21. Cirque Des Merveilles
May 10, 2004
Lexa's (Karen Cliche) suspicions lead Mutant X to unveil a traveling death camp, which is posed as a circus for mutant refugees and Mutant X's enemy within the Dominion.
The Prophecy
20. The Prophecy
May 3, 2004
Brennan (Victor Webster) battles with a Guardian of the Prophecy (Timothy Burd) to stop the late mutant Ashlocke's plan from beyond the grave of world domination.
Dream Lover
19. Dream Lover
April 26, 2004
Mutant X must stop a scientist from cloning women for use as slaves in his ultra-exclusive men's club.
In Between
18. In Between
April 19, 2004
When Jesse's (Forbes March) life hangs in the balance, Brennan (Victor Webster) must connect to him and lead him through past memories they've shared in order to save his life.
She's Come Undone
17. She's Come Undone
April 12, 2004
Discovering that their teammate Lexa (Karen Cliche) is the subject of a covert experiment that is controlling her, the Mutant X team hunts for the doctor responsible.
Age Of Innoocence
16. Age Of Innoocence
March 16, 2004
Mutant X unearths an old military experiment involving an age-reversal serum and is surprised to discover that Jesse's (Forbes March) grandfather is a one of the test subjects.
Divided Loyalties
15. Divided Loyalties
February 23, 2004
Brennan (Victor Webster) is forced to return to his criminal past when Mutant X discovers that his old partner is involved in stealing secrets from the Dominion.
A Normal Life
14. A Normal Life
February 16, 2004
Mutant X tracks down a rogue scientist while Shalimar (Victoria Pratt) breaks away from the team to help Adam (John Shea) save the scientist and uncover the real bad guy
Art Of Attraction
13. Art Of Attraction
February 9, 2004
As the Mutant X team fights to retrieve a formula hidden in a collection of artwork, Shalimar (Victoria Pratt) is given vital information from a mysterious source.
Conspiracy Theory
12. Conspiracy Theory
February 2, 2004
While Brennan (Victor Webster) and Shalimar (Victoria Pratt) investigate a mysterious plane crash, Lexa (Karen Cliche) contemplates her future with the Mutant X team.
11. Possibilities
January 26, 2004
Brennan (Victor Webster) and the Mutant X team join forces with a time traveling mutant to diffuse a bomb threatening devastating consequences.
Brother's Keeper
10. Brother's Keeper
January 19, 2004
The Mutant X team learns about Lexa's (Karen Cliche) estranged twin brother when he becomes the main target of an underground operation harvesting mutant organs.
No Exit
9. No Exit
January 12, 2004
A revenge seeking cybernetic mutant uses his powers to overtake Sanctuary's security system in a malicious plot to destroy Mutant X.
8. Wasteland
November 17, 2003
Jesse (Forbes March) is forced to reconnect with his former fiance when the Mutant X team learns that her company is involved in the genetic manipulation of crops.
The Hand of God
7. The Hand of God
November 10, 2003
The Mutant X team embarks on a mission to locate and capture a powerful super-mutant who possesses god-like powers.
Shadows of Darkness
6. Shadows of Darkness
November 3, 2003
The Mutant X team is called in to investigate bizarre activities occurring at a local hospital.
The Taking of Crows
5. The Taking of Crows
October 27, 2003
When Lexa (Karen Cliche) is unknowingly drugged with a lethal substance, the team must race to find the antidote before it's too late.
Where Evil Dwells
4. Where Evil Dwells
October 20, 2003
The Mutant X team must stop a serial killer who leaves clues to his next victims in the form of puzzles.
The Breed
3. The Breed
October 13, 2003
The Mutant X team is brought in to help a military base that has become infected with a deadly disease.
Wages of Sin
2. Wages of Sin
October 6, 2003
The Mutant X team must stop the auction of a highly lethal substance that a number of notorious international terrorists are vying to acquire.
Into The Moonless Night
1. Into The Moonless Night
September 29, 2003
The surviving members of Mutant X emerge from a deadly explosion to meet the beautiful and mysterious Lexa (Karen Cliche), who makes them begin to question fundamental assumptions about their world.
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Mutant X is available for streaming on the Comic-Con HQ website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Mutant X on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Hoopla, Apple TV, Tubi TV and Plex.
  • Premiere Date
    October 1, 2001
  • IMDB Rating
    5.9  (4,629)