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Legion has already aired five times, but I gave up after the second episode. Based on a Marvel comic I haven't read, I decided to check it out because it's from Noah Hawley, who does the television version of Fargo.
Or something like that. The story, shooting back and forth through time, and fantasy versus reality, is so intricate I could barely follow it. That's why I stopped.
Of course, if I cared more about the characters, I'd have stuck with it. Instead, it plays as yet another X-Men tale, but with lots of flashy, alienating technique when I could have used quieter scenes of people just acting like regular people.
The first season will be over by the end of the month. Maybe if I hear enough good things, I'll give it another chance, but for now, no thanks.