The “Breaking Bad” creator, who got his big break on ‘The X-Files,” says if his schedule permits, he’d jump at a chance to work on a limited return of the sci-fi drama.
How does “The X-Files” tie in to the origins of Sheldon Cooper’s famous catchphrase on “The Big Bang Theory”? Read on to find out!
The network wants its hits back, but that could mean 24 without Jack Bauer as the X-Files cast supports another movie.
The X-Files stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny discuss the show at New York Comic Con, and give their blessing to true fan love.
Twenty years ago, Agents Mulder and Scully began a quest to discover whether “the truth is out there.” At Comic-Con International, The X-Files creator Chris Carter and stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson led a panel in celebration of that anniversary.
The X-Files star David Duchovny, like William Shatner and Carrie Fisher before him, has a love-hate relationship with the franchise that made him famous. Yet now he’s endorsing a third movie, saying, “I’ll play Fox Mulder forever.”
As The CW banishes its poor-performing new drama “Cult” to Fridays, Anna Pinkert considers the night’s reputation as “the death slot,” and those genre series that have whistled past the programming graveyard — and thrived.
Encouraging fans who want to see a third X-Files to write to Fox, David Duchovny said he, creator Chris Carter and co-star Gillian Anderson are interested in returning to the franchise. “You could wheel me out,” he said. “I’ll play Fox Mulder forever.”
Chris Carter, creator of The X-Files and Millennium, is planning a return to television with a mystery police thriller with a supernatural bent.
Prepare for more supernatural action from the folks responsible for The Vampire Diaries, as a potential companion series starring a group of paranormal investigators is in the works.