A secret government project to create genetic mutants results in them being released into the general population. One of the scientists responsible, Adam, has sworn to try and help them, while his co-partner, Mason Eckhart, plans on using the project for his own ends. Adam assembles four mutants and forms the group "Mutant X" to help mutants everywhere, and oppose Eckhart.
Last Episode03x22 The Assault Aired: May. 17, 2004
The truth about Adam and the Diminian is revealed.
Series Fun Facts
- Star Tom McCamus was written out of his roll as Mason Eckhart at the end of season one to appear in the plays Richard III and The Threepenny Opera at Stratford.
- Even though the series had high ratings and had been renewed for a fourth season, it was abruptly canceled in 2004 due to the dismantling of one of the production companies.
- In 2001, 20th Century Fox sued Marvel Entertainment, stating "Mutant X" violated Fox's film rights for X-Men (2000). As a result, several changes to the premise of the series were made to…
[show]In 2001, 20th Century Fox sued Marvel Entertainment, stating "Mutant X" violated Fox's film rights for X-Men (2000). As a result, several changes to the premise of the series were made to distance it from the movie and its comic-book source material. Originally, the "mutant" characters were to have worn black costumes and used codenames (just as in X-Men), and Adam was to have been a wealthy mutant with the surname of Xero (similar to Professor Xavier). The show's logo was also changed from its initial design, which featured the "X" behind the word "Mutant," which resembled the logo used in trailers and TV ads for X-Men (2000) ("X" behind "Men").