| Series The Gifted|
Season 1, Episode 7
|Air date||November 13th, 2017|
|Producers||Neal Ahern; Meredith Lavender; Marcie Ulin; Melinda Hsu Taylor; Rashad Raisani; Michael Horowitz; Jim Campolongo; Craig Siebels; Derek Hoffman; Jason Taylor; Stan Lee; Alan Fine; Karim Zreik; Joe Quesada; Jim Chory; Jeph Loeb; Len Wiseman; Simon Kinberg; Bryan Singer; Lauren Shuler Donner; Matt Nix; Andrew Cholerton|
|Starring||Stephen Moyer; Amy Acker; Sean Teale; Natalie Alyn Lind; Percy Hynes White; Coby Bell; Jamie Chung; Blair Redford; Emma Dumont|
"got your siX"
"threat of eXtinction"
"eXtreme measures" is the seventh episode of season one of the superhero action series The Gifted and the seventh episode of the series overall. It was directed by Stephen Surjik with a script written by Michael Horowitz. It first aired on the FOX Network on Monday, November 13th, 2017 at 8:00 pm.
Guest Starring Edit
|Garret Dillahunt||Doctor Roderick Campbell|
|Michelle Veintimilla||Carmen Guerra|
|Christine Dunford||DOJ official|
|Andrew Benator||Aide (Hound)|
|Bobby Hernandez||Cartel soldier #1|
|Adam Horwitz||Cartel soldier #2|
|Joe Nemmers||Agent Weeks|
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