FOX’s ‘The X-Files’ revival struggles to stay relevant at first, but feels way less alien embracing the weird fun of its standalone hours. Our early review, before the two-part premiere continues later on tonight!
There’s only so much left to say of FOX’s 2016 X-Files revival until the thing actually premieres on January 24, but by gum, FOX is going to give it a whirl. Straight from the cast and crew’s mouth, check out 20 minutes of new preview footage for Mulder and Scully’s grand return to the cases that made them famous!
Six seasons and a mini-reunion? We wouldn’t recommend holding your breath for news of another Community season, or the long-awaited movie, but series star Ken Jeong at least found a place for some of the Greendale Gang. Both Joel McHale and Danny Pudi will drop by their fellow alumnus’ ABC sitcom Dr. Ken, and things might get meta from there.
E!’s The Soup, or its previous iteration has long run as a staple of pop culture commentary, but it seems Joel McHale might be out of a job once more. The network has decided to send back The Soup after 22 seasons and 12 years of McHale as host, effectively ending the franchise, at least for the moment.
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!
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!
Few had earnestly thought Yahoo might order a seventh season of Community, what with cast contracts expiring and limited reception, to the point series lead Joel McHale even outright denied the possibility. Now, not only has McHale walked back his comments, but Yahoo is actively pushing for a movie, among other mixed outlooks.
The very mantra of #SixSeasonsAndAMovie seemingly guaranteed that Community’s recent Yahoo season would mark the last of the Greendale Gang’s episodic adventures, but one never really knows with Community. Still, the further away from the sixth season finale we get, star Joel McHale seems increasingly certain Community as a series has ended.
Apart from a general conception of what David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson currently look like as human beings, we’ve been waiting for a genuine glimpse of The X-Files’ long awaited return. Now, a full file of new photos from the revival have arrived, teasing Americans and Community guest stars, with a few extraterrestrial details to boot.