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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.




‘The X-Files’ Season 11 Cuts Back on Mythology Episodes;





One of the big complaints about the X-Files revival was the weakness of its mythology episodes. So when The X-Files comes back again again in 2018, there will only be two mythology episodes. It’s like Chris Carter and company have to wean themselves off them.

At the recent Television Critics Association event, Fox entertainment chairman David Madden explained that eight episodes of the 10 will be the sort of standalone, monster-of-the-week-style episodes that were often the standouts of the series.



The problem, of course, isn’t actually that the standalone episodes are all good and the mythology episodes are all bad. I direct your attention to the abysmal “First Person Shooter,” where, for some reason, the Lone Gunmen are involved in a VR game that, for some reason, sucks in its players and kills them with, for obvious reasons, a hot cyber girl. Also, I direct your attention to “Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man,” which is excellent and only works because of the mythology of the show. (And was written by Glen Morgan and directed by James Wong, both of whom are returning for the eleventh season. Maybe have them do another mythology episode?)

The problem is actually that while Chris Carter is the man who created the show, his writing is not the strongest The X-Files has ever seen, especially on mythology stories and especially recently. So the big question is whether Carter will let anyone else take the reins on that.


From EW:

Madden also teased a bit about season 11’s storyline. “We start the season right up from where the season finale left off with that big helicopter and takes you right from there,” he says. “You’ll be launched into a very urgent adventure that has a lot to do with William — Mulder and Scully’s kid. So the search for William will be a significant thread through the show. You will see the Cigarette Smoking Man [William B. Davis]. You may see The Lone Gunmen somewhere along the line. There will be other characters from the previous mythology that will be reprised.”




Sunday, August 6, 2017

Major X-Files character is returning in season 11






Cassandra Spender is returning to The X-Files for season 11!
This was posted on twitter by one of the fans "Ben L. Maden".
Not sure if she will be back as full-time character or in flashbacks.

Cassandra Spender (played by Veronica Cartwright) was a repeater, or a multiple abductee, critical to the plans of the Syndicate. She was the ex-wife of the Cigarette Smoking Man and mother of Special Agent Jeffrey Spender, as well as "Patient X," the primary test subject in the project to develop an alien/human hybrid.






Friday, August 4, 2017

X-Files return to Vancouver as shooting for 11th season begins





Shooting on Season 11 of the X-Files begins Aug. 7, and while one can only hope the smoke is gone by then, the X-Files likely won’t suffer if it isn’t. Part of Vancouver’s draw is the rain and fog that lends an eerie atmosphere to the creepy show — a layer of haze would only add to that.

From the looks of it, Season 11’s first shooting location will be on Vancouver’s west side, where a filming notice for 3rd Floor Productions was posted at the corner of West 8th and Pine. 3rd Floor Productions shares the office address listed elsewhere for X-Files TV Productions, suggesting the two are one and the same. So if you see Fox Mulder or Dana Scully sprinting past Grace Vancouver Church, that’s probably why.

According to the notice, the production will be filming Tuesday, Aug. 8, from 6 a.m. to noon at the 1700-block of West 7th and 8th avenues.










David Duchovny arrives in Vancouver


“Guess where I am?” Duchovny tweeted on Thursday, alongside a picture of Vancouver’s skyline, blanketed in smoke from the wildfires in the B.C. Interior.  


Duchovny was last in Vancouver as Fox Mulder during the summer of 2015, when the cast of the X-Files reunited for a six-episode event series that began airing in the fall of 2016. The show was a hit upon its return, leading to yet another season being ordered. Filming is set to begin next week. 
Duchovny won’t just be acting while he’s in Vancouver, however. He’s scheduled to play a concert at The Imperial Theatre on October 14.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

More details on X-Files return


Just more than three years after the last revival of the Chris Carter-created series was announced, Fox said Thursday a new 10-episode run of the Gillian Anderson- and David Duchovny-starrer is set to start production this summer.polls






“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide,” said Fox president David Madden. “Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files.”

Technically the 11th season of The X-Files, this new run will air on Fox’s schedule either later this year or early next. Starting off with strong ratings, the previous six-episode revival of the FBI conspiracy drama debuted January 24, 2016 on the very revival friendly Fox.

In my review, I said the latest show was “strikingly serious and silly at the same time, the six episodes are actually a lot like the original X-Files — you either go with it or you don’t.”

Having spawned a couple of movie and a new recently revealed audio production, the original X-Files TV show ran from 1993-2002, with Duchovny stepping back as the obsessed Agent Mulder in Season 8.

With today’s news, this will prove a very busy 2017 for Anderson, who also has a pivotal role as the god Media in the first season of Starz’s April 30-debuting American Gods.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

BREAKING: Fox just announced that X-Files is coming back for new season in 2018


The truth is out there: “The X-Files” is coming back.




Fox said Thursday it has ordered a second chapter of what it’s calling an “X-Files” ”event series.”
The 10-episode series will air during the upcoming 2017-18 TV season.

The 1993-2002 drama about paranormal events and UFOs returned in 2016 for a six-episode run with stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson.
Fox said Duchovny and Anderson will be back as Mulder and Scully for the new season from creator and executive producer Chris Carter.
Production on “The X-Files” is set to begin this summer. An air date was not announced by Fox.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

X-Files: Fox very close to ordering more episodes


This is The X-Files Return Update You have been waiting for



It seems the truth is still out there. At the 2017 TCA Winter Press Tour, Fox honcho David Madden confirmed the case isn't closed for The X-Files just yet.

"We hope so," Madden, president of entertainment at Fox, said about more episodes. "A lot of conversations going on, these conversations are complex but we hope to be able to announce something about that shortly."



Fox reopened The X-Files with series creator Chris Carter and original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson in 2015. The six-episode revival aired in early 2016 to great ratings success (with mixed critical response) for Fox. After the TCA panel, Madden told reporters the reappearance of Mulder and Scully is nigh.

"It won't be 22, but we are hoping for more than six. That's our goal," Madden said of the episode count. "I think the ideal is to get it ready for '18. Whether or not it would be January..."

While it's not an official answer, Madden added, "We feel like there is progress being made."

After the finale aired, Carter confirmed there were discussions happening, but also cited schedule problems. Duchovny and Anderson are in-demand actors. "There's no negotiations, but I had a conversation with [Fox boss] Dana Walden today," Carter told E! News. "They said they're certainly up for more if we can figure out how to get it done."
The finale ended on a cliffhanger, naturally, and Anderson and Duchovny teased fans with the possibility of more after the big ending aired in February. However, in August, Madden basically had the same comment as today. "We would obviously love to do another season. There are significant talks going on," Madden said at the summer session of TCA. "Schedules are hard. We're working hard to get this done and we'd love to get another season out now."


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