The X-Files is coming back yet again. After its limited 10th season last year, the show will return for another limited season either later this year or early in 2018. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny will both reprise their roles for the show, which will run 10 episodes.
Fans hoping for a little more Mulder and Scully to go along with the recent TV return are in luck. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny lead a laundry list of X-Files cast members who are lending their voices to a brand new audio book.
If the show does come back, the first episode had better just be Chris Carter apologizing for that finale for an hour.
We’re two episodes into the X-Files revival, and what we’ve gotten is pretty much a throwback to the show’s 1990s glory days. Which is a problem—because instead, this show should be taking advantage of everything that’s changed since it went off the air in 2002.
It’s been seven years since we last saw live-action Mulder and Scully, and 13 years since The X-Files was on TV. So of course the question we have to ask is what about that gap makes the new X-Files better than the old. We spoke to David Duchovny, Chris Carter, Mitch Pileggi, and Kumail Nanjiani about just that.
We are thrilled that Mulder and Scully are returning to the new 6-episode X-Files revival series. But what about the rest of the show's spooky outsider characters? Well, you're in luck: Two series favorites could be coming back.
Fox has confirmed that it is in talks to revive its iconic supernatural horror procedural, The X-Files.
Amazon is walking away from the X-Files creator's latest TV series, The After.
X-Files creator Chris Carter is back with the strange, post-apocalyptic Amazon series The After. Inspired (loosely) by Dante's Divine Comedy, Carter boasted that he would like to make 99 episodes, similar to the 99 cantos in the book. Thankfully Amazon has only given him the cash to make eight.
Is Chris Carter returning to his alien conspiracy roots? His long-in-development series, based on Annie Jacobsen's best-selling book Area 51: An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base, is finally in official development thanks to AMC.
The X-Files' creator Chris Carter returns to TV for The After, a mysterious TV series about eight strangers, brought together to face an even more mysterious apocalypse. Here's the first clip from the series, and, as you might have gathered by this point, it's kind of mysterious.
It's hard to imagine what television would look like without The X-Files to borrow from. Tons and tons of television shows have lifted pieces of the classic show's format, about FBI agents and mysterious, sinister events. So it's kind of sad to see that Chris Carter is creating a new show that, at first blush, sounds…
Science fiction is an endangered species on the "big four" U.S. networks — Lost is ending, and pretty much every other show is in ratings freefall. Which trend should we blame for this turn of events?
In a bid to avoid being pigeonholed as a nerd icon, David Duchovny claimed he never thought The X-Files was science fiction — then blamed The Dark Knight for The X-Files 2's lackluster gross.
What was X-Files writer, director and producer Chris Carter thinking with this latest movie? The box-office for I Want To Believe proved that no-one wants to watch hours of pointless character babble. So Carter says he's learned his lesson, and is going back to working with the little green men. Click through for more …
The first early reviews of the new X-Files movie have shown up online... and they're not encouraging. Phrases like "Where's the action?" and "nothing more than an extended episode of the TV series" are being bandied about. But the truly horrifying part is the explanation of Billy Connolly's weird character — the one…
Mulder and Scully are back solving creepy mysteries in this new X-Files: I Want to Believe trailer that just appeared online. And there are two new viral videos that appear to be brief therapy-like sessions of Mulder discussing his feelings about Scully, and vice versa. As for me, "I want to believe" that this time…
The new X-Files movie will tackle themes of religion, weird experiments, and things that make you go eww. The back-cover blurb for the movie's novelization went online and finally explained just why the movie is called I Want To Believe. Not to mention clearing up all of those little clues, like the picture of Mulder…
At last, the X-Files movie that's coming out in July has a title. It will be called X-Files: I Want to Believe, a reference to the poster Agent Mulder had hanging in his office during most of the series. Director Chris Carter told Yahoo News, "It's a natural title. It's a story that involves the difficulties in…