Legion Season 3: What’s in store for the final episodes?

LEGION -- "Chapter 20" - Season 3, Episode 1 (Airs Mon, June 24, 10:00 pm/ep) -- Pictured: Dan Stevens as David Haller. CR: Suzanne Tenner/FX
LEGION -- "Chapter 20" - Season 3, Episode 1 (Airs Mon, June 24, 10:00 pm/ep) -- Pictured: Dan Stevens as David Haller. CR: Suzanne Tenner/FX /

FX’s Legion debuted with a tremendous premiere for its’ third and final season. The question posed now is: what will the remaining episodes entail?

The season three premiere of FX’s Legion ended on quite the astonishing note. David Haller (Dan Stevens) successfully recruited Switch (Lauren Tsai) and prevented his own death from coming about. Now, he’s in the position to alter history as he sees fit.

Warning! Spoilers for the Legion Season 3 Premiere follow. Read on at your own discretion.

The good news is David hasn’t gone completely insane just yet. He’s not trying to conquer the world with Switch’s abilities or anything terrible like that, he’s merely contemplating how he can salvage the situation he’s in. The dilemma being how to proceed with Summerland.

David doesn’t want to kill the Summerland team but they won’t stop until he’s out of the picture either — this has placed the telepath in quite the predicament. With such a dilemma presented to him, David has to determine an exact point in history which he can use to “fix” things. That could come down to any number of events from Season 1 or Season 2, though glimpses at the final episodes of Legion suggest David will go back even further in time — his purpose being to speak with Charles Xavier.

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For those who don’t know, Charles Xavier aka Professor X is the father of David Haller. He hasn’t made an official appearance on the FX series but audiences will meet the middle-aged Professor X in the coming weeks.

When Charles Xavier (Harry Lloyd) does appear, he’ll find himself in an unexpected meeting with his son. David will presumably utilize Switch’s powers to arrange the meet, potentially setting forth a turn of events that will alter the course of history. Of course, Charles Xavier may know of the repercussions which accompany time-travel and act only as a guide to David.

On the other hand, David’s own meddling with the past could result in Charles changing history so that his son never exists. He won’t immediately write David off but assuming Charles sees how mentally unhinged his son is, he’ll probably reconsider having a kid. That in itself might jeopardize David’s existence.

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