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The X-Files Trailer Is Full of Mysteries and Conspiracy, Mulder, Scully and Familiar Faces - E! Online

You never stopped believing that the truth was out there, and now for the payoff: the first full-length trailer for the return of The X-Files complete with Mulder, Scully, Skinner, the basement office and so much more. "In 2002 my investigation ceased, but my personal obsession did not," Mulder says in the first part of the trailer. No, you're shaking and crying! Read the full article at E! Online .

Mulder and Scully Actually Speak in New 'X-Files' Tease - USA Today

Our last peek at the X-Files revival gave us 16 seconds of Mulder and Scully goodness, and now we’re getting a whole 18 seconds of the pair. Must be our birthday. “Are you ready for this, Scully?” Mulder asks. “I don’t know if there’s a choice,” Scully replies, and we’re just like, oh Scully, even skeptic about her own readiness. Read more at USA Today .

'The X-Files' Revival: Fox Releases First Footage of Mulder and Scully

The show's social media accounts announced -- via Twitter -- that they'll be counting down the 201 days until the 2016 revival by revisiting an episode a day of the original series. (The episodes are currently available to stream via Amazon Prime, Hulu and Netflix, and the entire series is available on DVD. There are no plans, as of now, to put the episodes on Fox's On Demand or digital app.) And, as a bonus, the trailer for the rewatch features the first new footage of Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) -- at the 32-second mark in the video below -- as the duo search for something in the dark. Read the full article at The Hollywood Reporter .

'X-Files' creator Chris Carter picks 10 episodes to watch before the revival

When the X-Files returns as a six-episode event series next year, the good news is itwill appeal to both old fans and newbies to the show. In fact, show creator Chris Carter told EW that viewers wont even need to have seen the original series to...   Read More...

The X-Files Set Photos Have Finally Arrived, Will Make You Believe -

Good news, X-Files fans: Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny are back to ruin your lives. No, they’re not kissing and dancing on stage again, but they have begun filming FOX’s X-Files revival. The truth is out there: The X-Files revival is really happening, and there are now pictures to prove it. After Twitter exploded with blurry photos of Duchovny and Anderson on set yesterday—including one of Duchovny kissing Anderson on the cheek—the X-Files Twitter account finally released the first official picture. In the pic, Special Agent Dana Scully, Medical Doctor, looks perfect in her suit and soft curls. Special Agent Fox Mulder, Believer, meanwhile, looks a little like he’s given up: EXCLUSIVE: Your first look at Mulder and Scully! #TheXFiles — The X-Files (@thexfilesfox) June 10, 2015 Read the full article at .

X-Files Reboot Offers First Look at Mulder and Scully (Photo)

The first image of FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully was releasedviathe official X-Files Twitter account Wednesday. In the photo (below), Scully is dressed in a crisp black pant suit, while Mulder is sporting a more casual look with a green army jacket and jeans. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will reprise their roles in the reboot of the 90s series about two special agents investigating the paranormal.   Read More...

'The X-Files': Four Cases the Fox Series Could Revive

THR looks at episodes from the original run of the Fox drama which would be prime for a sequel in the upcoming revival.  Read More...

X-Files Revival Casts Joel McHale as Mulder's Ally - TVLine

The Soup  is out there: Joel McHale is the first guest star announced for Fox’s upcoming  X-Files   series, our sister site  Deadline  reports. The  Community  star and  Soup  host will play a conservative Internet news anchor who becomes an unlikely support for Mulder. Series creator Chris Carter reportedly is a fan of McHale’s work, which led to the stint. Read more at .

Duchovny Excited About Potential X-Files Revival

David Duchovny, who played Agent Fox Mulder, thinks The X-Files revival will happen "sooner rather than later now."   Read More...

Fox Confirms X-Files Reboot Talks

Following the success of Fox s 24 limited series, the network is looking to bring back another iconic drama series, The X-Files . Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman today confirmed chatter that the network is in talks fora new installment of Chris Carters cult supernatural drama, which starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. Newman went on to say he was hopeful about the outcome.   Read More...