Quick News: Legion, Thor, Eve, Turtles

Following yesterday’s trailer, FX has released the official key art for the second season of its “X-Men” spin-off sci-fi series “Legion”. The narrative picks up a year after the events of the first season which saw the show’s lead kidnapped by a floating orb.

The new season sees David Haller (Dan Stevens) finally come face-to-face with the true Shadow King (Navid Negahban). The show returns on FX next month. [Source: Twitter]

Thor: Ragnarok
The Honest Trailers gang have tackled Taika Waititi’s “Thor: Ragnarok” just as the film arrived on Blu-ray and DVD this week. Amongst the topics tackled are the somewhat over-reliance on humor to the gutting of the previous two film’s lore, and Thor’s genetic mismatch with the rest of his family. Check out the full clip below:

Killing Eve
The BBC has picked up eight-episode spy thriller “Killing Eve” from “Fleabag” creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Sandra Oh (“Grey’s Anatomy”). The series will air on BBC America in the U.S. starting April 8th, and on both BBC One and BBC Three in the U.K. later in the year.

Sandra Oh plays a bored MI5 security officer whose desk job does not fulfil her fantasies of being a spy, but who is thrown into a cat-and-mouse game when assigned to track down a fearsome female assassin (Jodie Comer). [Source: Variety]

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Nickelodeon has revealed their first look at John Cena’s new recurring villain character Baron Draxum for its upcoming all-new animated series “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” which premieres later this year.

Draxum is an alchemist warrior mutant and self-proclaimed protector of all mutant-kind. Using ooze, he plans to mutate all of humanity with his insect-like creatures called Oozesquitoes. The twenty six-episode series follows the brothers as they adapt to their new powers as well as a mystical world set beneath the New York City streets. [Source: Nickelodeon]