Season 11 of X-Files is set to premiere in 2018, following a not particularly memorable Season 10 revival of the old series. Showrunner Chris Carter reassembled his writers’ room to fill the ten-episode order, building on Season 10's six episodes. This year, he added some new people, with one thing in common.
The first time we saw Gillian Anderson as Media—in episode two—she appeared in the form of Lucille Ball and offered to go topless for American Gods’ main character Shadow Moon. Next week, she’ll be showing up as an homage to rock legend David Bowie and giving another latter-day deity some grief.
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.
The first season of the Studio Ghibli-produced show Ronja the Robber’s Daughter arrived on Amazon Prime last week, marking the first time the show has been available in English in the US It’s a kid-friendly tale of a young girl raised by robbers who meets a young boy raised by rival robbers, and how their friendship…
Studio Ghibli fans who don’t have an Amazon Prime account may want to get on that. Later this month, the studio’s animated show Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter comes to the streaming service.
Princess Mononoke wolf goddess Gillian Anderson is lending her pipes to another Studio Ghibli project: recent Amazon Original Kids Series acquisition Ronja the Robber’s Daughter. Originally made for Japanese TV, it’s a 26-part anime adventure directed by Goro Miyazaki, son of Mononoke director Hayao Miyazaki.
Look, we rarely need an excuse to post about the honest-to-gods delight that is Gillian Anderson. But American Gods just gave us a damn good reason to do so anyway.
So, uh, I guess this is awkward. Remember when the Chairman and CEO of Fox said, “I believe everyone is on board to do another installment of the show”? Yeah, this belief was incorrect.
The TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods has added another star to its roster: Gillian Anderson. This isn’t the most shocking news ever, since Anderson previously worked with American Gods executive producer Bryan Fuller on the late, great Hannibal. But it is awesome news, because GILLAN ANDERSON!
Gillian Anderson is, in many ways (including “all of them”), a delight. And yet somehow she has managed to out-delight herself by setting up her own Tumblr. I shit you not, it’s called Chewie’s Girlfriend.
If the show does come back, the first episode had better just be Chris Carter apologizing for that finale for an hour.
Gillian Anderson has been pretty public about her fight to get paid the same amount as David Duchovny for her work on The X-Files. She’s clearly a badass. To Fox, though, I have to say: Are you fucking kidding me?
Call it the Netflix curse: An entire weekend spent with my eyes transfixed on the television, consuming episode after episode of The Fall, a show about a murderer, a detective and the crimes that draw them together. It's a bleak series—full of ugly, sad things that are only made more grim by the rainy Belfast…
Fox has confirmed that it is in talks to revive its iconic supernatural horror procedural, The X-Files.
X-Files star Gillian Anderson has co-written her first novel, A Vision of Fire, and we've got an exclusive taste of the audiobook, read by Anderson. Plus glimpses of some early cover concepts that were more X-Files-oriented. That's just one of the books from Simon & Schuster's new imprint Simon451.
No kidding. This month is just crushingly incredible, when it comes to new science fiction and fantasy books. Including a new William Gibson, Ann Leckie's Ancillary sequel, Gillian Anderson's science fiction novel, Ann Rice's new Lestat book, new Chuck Palahniuk, and so much more. Here are 27 must-read titles.
Gillian Anderson — best known for playing supernatural skeptic FBI agent Dana Scully on The X-Files — is now an author, and her first novel is being described as a "supernatural/science fiction thriller."
If you're done binging on the incredible second season of Orange Is the New Black, then we've got the perfect dessert. Check out the first season of the BBC show The Fall, a spooky drama starring X-Files star Gillian Anderson and Fifty Shades of Grey frontman Jamie Dornan.
Gillian Anderson delighted us for years as the skeptical Agent Scully on The X-Files, and now she wants to return to the genre that made her famous, this time as an author. However, the main character in her upcoming book series sounds tailor-made for Anderson as an actress.