X-Files season 11

In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Divorce season 2 has a trailer.
  • Difficult People has been cancelled.
  • The X-Files season 11 has a premiere date, and so does 9-1-1.
  • Garret Dillahunt and Jenna Elfman join Fear the Walking Dead.
  • You’re the Worst renewed for a final season.
  • StartUp renewed by Crackle.
  • Shoot the Messenger has a premiere date and trailer.
  • Say goodbye to Chiller Network.
  • An artist laid-of from Louis C.K.‘s animated series The Cops penned an open letter.

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The X-Files season 11 teaser

Last year, The X-Files returned for a highly buzzed-about, but not altogether successful revival with season 10. Agents Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) were once again thrown head-first into a series of strange paranormal cases and wild conspiracies. At one point, Mulder took magic mushrooms and later, Scully’s head morphed into an alien. It was…not great.

Nonetheless, FOX went ahead and gave The X-Files yet another season, and a new teaser reveals that Mulder and Scully are still dealing with trust issues.

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Groundhog day rip offs

This weekend, Happy Death Day will give audiences that old familiar feeling that they’ve seen something like this before. Because they have: it’s a slasher movie take on Groundhog Day. But Groundhog Day isn’t the only film to use the time loop scenario.
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x files season 11 trailer

The truth is out there, and Mulder and Scully are inching closer and closer to it in The X-Files season 11 trailer.

The first footage of the rebooted The X-Files (the first revival season premiered last year) screened at New York Comic-Con this weekend, and it teases a conclusion to the decades-long conspiracy that David Duchovny‘s Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson‘s Dana Scully have been caught up in, as well as the culmination of the decades-long relationship between the two lovelorn FBI agents.

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x-files mulder and scully season 11

Cue the Mark Snow theme music – The X-Files is coming back for a new season, and bringing all its conspiracies with it. Mulder and Scully are back, investigating mysterious forces and occasionally holding hands. Fans wondering what to expect next from The X-Files now have their first look at the new season via two new images. The X-Files Season 11 first look is out there (and by out there I mean below).

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the x-files featurette

Fox’s revival of The X-Files in 2016 was successful enough to warrant a second season. The 2018 run will have 10 episodes, but only two will continue the X-Files mythology directly. David Madden, President of Fox Broadcasting, told the Television Critics Association the mythology episodes would be the season premiere and finale, just like the previous revival season.

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jurassic world 2

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom wraps production this week
  • Vin Diesel addresses the latest Fast & Furious controversy on Instagram
  • A bunch of photos from the set of Godzilla 2
  • The future of the Transformers franchise
  • Will Ferrell has talked about making a Step Brothers 2
  • And more!

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x-files season 11

The truth is still out there. And Mulder and Scully are coming back for The X-Files season 11 to find it.

Fox has ordered a 10-episode season of the legendary sci-fi show, following last year’s six-episode limited series, which arrived 14 years after the show ended its initial run.

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the x-files revival review

For the X-Files fans who still want to believe in an infinite well of supernatural stories, you’re in luck.

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will be reprising the roles of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in a new audio production titled The X-Files: Cold Cases. The audiobook is based on Joe Harris’ comic series, taking place after the events of the 2008 film The X-Files: I Want to Believe and provide more details on the events between the movie and Fox’s 2016 miniseries revival.

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more X-Files

Fox executives spoke with the Television Critics Association today. Fox Television Group Chairman and CEO Dana Walden and Fox Broadcasting Company Entertainment President David Madden answered questions about the successful X-Files limited series earlier this year and possible plans for another.

“We would obviously love to do another season,” Madden said. “There are significant talks going on with all three of the principals. Schedules are hard but we’re working hard to get this done.”  Read More »