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Saturday, December 9, 2017

The X-Files Season 11 Preview 12/08









In 2018, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson return as FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, and they’re joined by co-star Mitch Pileggi as FBI Assistant Director Walter Skinner and William B. Davis as the Cigarette Smoking Man. Karin Konoval will also return for the series, having first appeared as Mrs. Peacock in the fan-favorite episode “Home” from the original series run. Barbara Hershey joins the series as a new character, Erika Price.




The X Files Season 11 will explore further the relationship between Mulder and Scully









X-Files devotees, we can feel you thinking about whether or not your favorite FBI agents once more will be a couple when the sci-fi drama returns for Season 11. Turns out, we have a little something for that. (Say it with us now: “Just a little something?“)
Series star David Duchovny recently teased to TVLine that there are “definite intimations of hanky-panky” between the pair, beginning in the revival’s third episode (out of 10). And a new video released today by Fox gives us what looks like photographic — albeit fleeting — proof of at least one potentially sexy situation.
In a featurette that addresses Season 10’s cliffhanger ending, series creator Chris Carter promises “a really interesting dramatic solution” to the crisis raised in the finale: As Duchovny and co-star Gillian Anderson remind us in the video, Mulder is infected with the virus that’s killing everyone and Scully thinks the key to saving humanity is to find their MIA son William, but before they can do anything about it, a UFO shows up directly overhead and seems prepared to beam up the redheaded doc.



Then, scenes from upcoming episodes flash by in rapid succession. Much of it we’ve seen before in the Season 11 trailer, including Cigarette Smoking Man having a very interesting conversation with Skinner, and Lone Gunman Langley seemingly communicating with Mulder from beyond the grave. But our attention was piqued by a blink-and-you-miss-it shot of Scully and Mulder canoodling in bed together, right around the :52 mark. (Screen grab at right.)
Sure, they don’t look ecstatic in the incredibly quick clip. But f you’re a ‘shipper who wants to believe, you could do worse, right?

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

See what Mulder, Scully and Chris Carter have to say about last season's cliffhanger and upcoming season




See what Mulder, Scully and Chris Carter have to say about last season's cliffhanger and upcoming season:





Friday, November 24, 2017

The X Files Season 11 - New Trailer #3






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Sunday, October 8, 2017

The X-Files - Season 11 Trailer







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Friday, August 18, 2017

Photos from the set of X-Files season 11









Tuesday, August 8, 2017

‘X-Files’ adds female writers, directors after Gillian Anderson calls out show's lack of diversity





The “X-Files” is finally taking steps to diversify its writing staff.

The rebooted sci-fi show has added three female writers for the next season, following early reports that all 10 episodes would be written by men.

Karen Nielson will write one episode and Kristen Morgan and Shannon Hamblin will team up for a second, according to Buzzfeed.

The women join a writing staff, which has been overwhelmingly male since the drama debuted in 1993.

"I don't want to make excuses for anyone. I want to just explain that after 200 plus episodes of a show that has a very deep and specific mythology — where the fanbase has a very high expectation that the episodes are going to deliver on those easter eggs and be consistent with those original episodes — the tendency is to want to rely on the people (who) helped you on the original, when you're just doing 10 episodes," Dana Walden, Fox Television Group chairman and CEO, said on the Television Critics Association panel Tuesday.

"And the crew that was with (creator) Chris (Carter) for a very long time happened to be a group of male writers."

Two episodes will also be directed by women: Holly Dale (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “Timelss” and “Smash”) and Carol Banker (“The Magicians,” “The Vampire Diaries” and “Glee”).

Over the first 207 episodes of “The X-Files,” only two were directed by women.

While Walden denied that the hiring moves had anything to do with the backlash over the predominantly male staff, the most outspoken critic was the star of the show, Gillian Anderson.

“I too look forward to the day when the numbers are different,” she tweeted in June with the hashtag “the future is female” in response to a tweet about the gender makeup.