Where to See 'X-Men' Stars on Television Right Now (PHOTOS)
Anna Paquin (Rogue)
Having starred on the HBO vampire drama True Blood for its seven-season run, Paquin is now headlining the Pop dramedy Flack, playing an embattled PR executive with many unruly celebrity clients.
Famke Janssen (Phoenix)
This May, Janssen will star in Ava DuVernay’s four-part Netflix series When They See Us, a dramatization of the famous 1989 Central Park Five case. Additionally, the Dutch actress has just been cast in the upcoming BBC One spy drama The Capture.
James Marsden (Cyclops)
Marsden starred in the first two seasons of HBO’s sci-fi western drama Westworld, in which he played gallant host Theodore “Teddy” Flood.
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Patrick Stewart (Professor Xavier)
After playing Captain Jean-Luc Picard for seven seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation and four feature films, Stewart will reprise the role — and face the final frontier again — in an upcoming CBS All Access Star Trek series devoted to the character.
Alan Cumming (Nightcrawler)
Cumming currently stars as psychology professor-turned-crime solver Dr. Dylan Reinhart on the Instinct. CBS renewed the police procedural last year but has yet to announce a premiere date for Season 2.
Kelsey Grammer (Beast)
Grammer, a four-time Emmy winner for his work on the NBC sitcom Frasier, currently stars on the Fox legal drama Proven Innocent, playing Cook County state attorney Gore Bellows.
Ellen Page (Kitty Pryde)
Page has returned to the superhero genre with her role as sonic warrior White Violin in the Netflix action dramedy The Umbrella Academy. She’ll also play Laura Linney’s daughter in Netflix’s upcoming Armistead Maupin adaptation Tales of the City.
James McAvoy (Professor Xavier)
Later this year, you can catch McAvoy as adventurer Lord Asriel in the BBC/HBO fantasy drama His Dark Materials. The actor also reunited with X-Men co-star Nicholas Hoult (Beast) in last year’s BBC/Netflix animated miniseries Watership Down.
Sophie Turner (Phoenix)
It doesn’t take a Citadel maester to know that Turner plays Winterfell doyenne Sansa Stark on HBO’s epic fantasy Game of Thrones, which returns for its eighth and final season on April 14.
Evan Peters (Quicksilver)
Peters plays lovelorn businessman Stan Bowes on the FX ball-scene drama Pose, and he’ll inevitably star in American Horror Story’s still-under-wraps ninth season, considering he and Sarah Paulson are the only two actors to appear in all eight seasons of the FX horror anthology so far.
Lana Condor (Jubilee)
Aside from the upcoming sequel to the Netflix teen romance To All the Boys I Loved Before, Condor also stars in the Syfy series Deadly Class as syndicate leader Saya Kuroki.
Lucas Till (Havok)
After cutting his teeth in the X-Men movies — as well as Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me” music video, of course — Till now stars in the CBS action-adventure drama MacGyver, playing the titular operative.
Now that Disney is taking over 21st Century Fox, it’s anyone’s guess what will happen to Fox’s X-Men film series after the release of Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants this year.
Luckily, many of the stars of the long-running franchise rank among the casts of current and recent television shows. So even if Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters closes its doors, you can still see your favorite mutants on the small screen.
Click through the gallery above for the TV projects of the X-Men stars — from both timelines, of course.
As much as it pains us to say goodbye, we're lucky to be able to still watch these warlocks, werewolves, and vampires in future series and films.