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Two New Zealander friends experience life, love, friendship, all the usual stuff, while trying to make their lives as a rock band.
A rock band that can only schedule a performance at the local aquarium, is run by an eager and overambitious New Zealand buddy, and has only one fan.
The Marvel series was renewed for a second run in March, just before the season one finale aired.
FX, the channel which airs the show in the US, announced the news in a statement.“The first season of Legion was a stunning achievement,” said FX boss Eric Schrier.
Their radio series was popular, and in 2006 they were awarded the Bronze Sony Radio Academy Award for comedy. It's funny, it's silly, it has characters that you love and musical numbers that really work.