Much as we never thought we’d say it, The X-Files has shown us enough of its six-episode revival by all the weekly trailers accompanying Gotham. That said, at least one shadowy, smokey figure has yet to show his face, remedied by the first official key art of FOX’s 2016 revival, even without an official explanation.
The moment FOX’s revived X-Files announced that The Flash and Six Feet Under alums Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose would appear as a pair of upstart FBI agents, the TV-minded knew a spinoff might be in the cards. It seems that was in fact the case, at least initially, but has creator Chris Carter abandoned plans for a series without Mulder and Scully?
FOX had itself a big week, between debuting yet another X-Files promo and improbably crossing over Bones and Sleepy Hollow, so what’s one more look at Mulder and Scully before Halloween? The monsters are on full display in two new trailers, along with a new poster to remind us that we are not alone.
Much of the excitement and mystery surrounding The X-Files’ 2016 return comes from the promise of mythology answers and alien invasions, but the six-episode revival will also bring back some of the sci-fi drama’s bread and butter. Get a good look at some of our new monsters of the week in the latest X-Files trailer!
The X-Files officially reopened by the premiere screening at New York Comic-Con this past weekend, and with it, more intel than ever has emerged on the anticipated revival. Check out new photos from the premiere, and find out what FOX might do with a “lost” episode from the coming season down the line!
For as much anticipation builds toward FOX’s 2016 revival of The X-Files, it’s difficult to envision how much ground six episodes will cover, balancing stand-alone stories with the sci-fi drama’s layered mythology. FOX may not be so one-and-done with its new X-Files however, as its creator promises more Mulder and Scully to come, set to some very classic tunes.
The X-Files gave us a two-part tease of its 2016 event series revival last night, but like any good conspiracy, things are about to go much, much deeper. Watch Joel McHale threaten extraterrestrial terrorism in an extended full trailer for our new X-Files!
It's been a long time coming for Mulder and Scully's return (especially past that pesky 2012 alien invasion), but The X-Files have officially been re-opened. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny return, along with a host of familiar faces in the first of FOX's two-part 2016 X-Files trailer!
Unlike most fictional foils on television, Charles Manson is a name with which you’re already familiar. It’s a name that holds a certain sinister power, making the fictive version of the notorious maniac incredibly unnerving before he even hits the screen in Aquarius, NBC’s detective drama starring David Duchovny as an LAPD investigator whose latest case puts him face to face with the murderous Manson family. The first season of Aquarius hits DVD and Blu-ray today, and to honor the release we’re looking back at the film and television history of one of America’s most notorious criminals.
If you just can’t wait until January 24, 2016 to check out FOX’s revival of The X-Files, and if you just happen to be around New York next month, then you’re in luck: the network will debut the new premiere episode of The X-Files at New York Comic-Con with Spooky Mulder himself (that’s David Duchovny if you want to be proper).