Stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, and series creator Chris Carter take a look at last season’s X-Files finale and tease the upcoming season in a featurette that has UFOs, a plague, a flash of romance and quite a bit more.
The X-Files’ new season will premiere during the 2017-18 season.
Called to Belfast to investigate a high-profile murder, DSI Stella Gibson quickly realizes that a serial killer prowls the city. The culprit is Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan), a grief counselor and family man driven by vicious compulsions.
One of the best reviewed crime shows of the last decade, the complete run of the BBC’s The Fall will be available on DVD and Blu-ray by November 1st – when Acorn’s The Fall: Series Three and The Fall: The Complete Collection will be in stores.
The first season finale of American Gods (Starz, Sundays, 9/8C) is the kind of flourish that has been set up from the opening moments of the series premiere when we learned how Odin became aware of the New World.
There are key moments for virtually every key character and several plot arcs converge in unexpected ways. It is a towering achievement television.
FOX has ordered a ten-episode X-Files event series to air during the 2017-18 seasons (not a surprise after 2016’s series’ ratings) – helmed by creator Chris Carter and bringing back David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as now iconic FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
Production is set to begin this summer.
Maybe this time we can get an arc that doesn’t take a lovely series of episodes and wrap them up with a pitiful finale (like last time – I can hope, right?).
Due to popular demand and Chris Carter being able to find sufficient holes in his stars’ schedules to get the band back together, The X-Files returns on Sunday (FOX, 10/9C) – with a second ep premiering in the show’s regular timeslot on Monday (8/7C)..
Despite the almost fourteen years between the event series premiere and the last regular episode, the chemistry between David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson is as good as ever – and if the first three episodes are any indication, the show fits in, quality-wise, around the fourth and fifth seasons. It’s that good.