Series creator Chris Carter and co-star Mitch Pileggi discuss the upcoming six-episode revival, changing technology and conspiracies, and the possibility of even more “X-Files.”
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“X” marks the spot in this first look at the poster for the Fox revival, which features stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, and a nod to the show’s original slogan.
Series creator Chris Carter admits he considered updating the signature opening credits, but “it seemed like sacrilege” to do so.
The “X-Files” creator reveals his decision-making process for splitting up the FBI-partners-turned-couple for the new upcoming revival series.
Although Chris Carter said the writers considered “rebooting” some old “X-Files” favorites, they decided it was better to deliver new stories in Fox’s six-episode revival.
The first official photo from the set of the Fox revival shows stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, and series creator Chris Carter,
Want to believe? Now you can. A new six-part “X-Files” series is official at Fox, with David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and Chris Carter returning.
After earning strong pilot reviews from viewers and a full-season order, the X-Files creator’s latest show has been canceled early by Amazon.
AMC is moving forward with Area 51, and staying in the Kevin Smith business, with more Comic Book Men, a spinoff and Hollywood Babble-On.
Chris Carter’s The After, starring Sharon Lawrence, Jamie Kennedy and Aldis Hodge, gets a series order.
A first look at The X-Files creator Chris Carter’s new Amazon Studios pilot The After has hit online, giving viewers a taste of the mid-apocalyptic serial.