It may be a long time coming before Fox Mulder and Dana Scully ever grace the screen for a third installment in the 'X-Files' movie franchise, but series creator Chris Carter is no slouch. Carter has gone deep into working on a follow-up apocalyptic drama pilot to debut on Amazon for its second development season, and we have an epic first look at 'The After' right here!
The recent 'X-Files' 20th anniversary reunion panel at Comic-Con 2013 had us all nostalgic for the days of Mulder and Scully, but even if we never end up seeing creator Chris Carter's particular brand of sci-fi weirdness on TV again, AMC may do us one better. The network behind 'Mad Men' and 'Breaking Bad' has begun work with Carter on what looks to be a new thriller along the lines of Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and others, but how far along is the project?
Last year's 'Firefly' 10th anniversary Comic-Con reunion panel may have been the talk of the town, but this year X will really mark the spot. Legendary sci-fi series 'The X-Files' will hold its own 20th anniversary reunion panel at Comic-Con 2013, but who will show up to celebrate 'The X-Files' legacy? Will the truth really be out there?
We make no secret of our unabashed love for NBC's dark and disturbing new drama 'Hannibal,' one which will only grow as the coming weeks introduce a bounty of familiar faces, chief among them former 'X-Files' star
Dana Scully Gillian Anderson! Guesting in four episodes, Anderson will take the treacherous role of Dr. Hannibal Lecter's own psychologist, so take a look at the first photo of the actress served up on 'Hannibal' inside!
NBC hasn't given much beyond a few rounds of photographs when it comes to upcoming drama 'Hannibal,' a modern re-imagining of the relationship between the infamous Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and FBI Agent Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) but it may have just given us its best gift yet. Former 'The X-Files' star Gillian Anderson will make her first return to broadcast TV in a decade, appearing in 'Hannibal' as an original character with a unique relationship to its title character. Find out Gillian Anderson's role inside!
There were many that bemoaned that 'Fringe' seemed to borrow from the classic 'X-Files' set up of an opposite-sex team investigating the paranormal, but across five seasons 'Fringe' managed to differentiate itself in ways that have come to make it one of the more beloved sci-fi series in years. Can the same be said of ABC's upcoming drama 'Weird Desk,' which once again sees two partners looking into the void for its summer 2013 run? Judge for yourself inside...
With it being that time of year, and most TV fans finding themselves preoccupied with whether or not their own favorite TV series will make it to another season (seriously, where's our 'Fringe' update?), some TV questions might have slipped through the cracks. For instance, will we ever wrap up 'The X-Files' for good with another movie?
As 'The X-Files' flame-haired FBI Special Agent, Dana Scully, Gillian Anderson carved her initials in the hearts of fanboys everywhere, in the mid '90s. And now with her recent admission of bisexuality to OUT magazine, a certain sect of fangirls might be swooning for the 43-year-old sci-fi icon, all over again.