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The X-Files event series is airing it's penultimate episode this Monday, titled Babylon, and with it comes the return of some highly anticipated characters. That's right, after a long absence, The Lone Gunmen are back! And we have your first look courtesy of EW.
The Lone Gunmen team is made up of Byers, Langly, and Frohike. They are a trio of conspiracy nuts who became extremely popular during the original run of the show, which ended on Fox way back in 2002. These guys were such fan-favorites that they got their own short-lived spinoff series titled The Lone Gunmen in 2001. The show only lasted 13 episodes, and has since been released on DVD.
But that wasn't the last we'd see of these guys. The trio later returned to the original The X-Files series for Season 9. And guess what? They died. So how is it possible that they've been resurrected for one of »
Gillian Anderson isn't afraid to tell it like it is. The X-Files actress hopped on Facebook earlier today to slam a recent article that speculated that she had undergone plastic surgery. In the report, it alleged that the 47-year-old had gotten work done on her cheeks, nose, lips, chin, forehead, eyes and neck (what else is there?!). "If it weren't so sad, this bollocks would have made my day," the five-time Emmy Award winner wrote. Then, several hours later, she followed up with a photo of herself present day and added, "This is how I really look! #agingwithoutshame." Just last month, Anderson opened up to The Edit about aging in Hollywood and how she has »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Originals, Supergirl, The X-Files and The Big Bang Theory!
1 | On The Originals, does it feel like Cami had a personality transplant when she became a vampire, rather than her emotions just being amplified?
2 | Did you suspect that Sleepy Hollow‘s Sophie had an otherworldly incident in her past?
3 | Is it safe to assume that Saturday Night Live only booked »
Though the exclusive photo you see here may make it seem like Mulder and Scully’s next case involves a time-traveling and an alternate universe, we can assure you that’s not the case.
Because even though The X-Files‘ agents appear to be meeting younger versions of themselves, they’re merely working with colleagues — Einstein (played by Six Feet Under‘s Lauren Ambrose) and Miller (The Tomorrow People‘s Robbie Amell) who, granted, are very reminiscent of the central pair — on a terrorism investigation.
From the episode’s »
What in the world is happening to Fox Mulder? In this exclusive first look photo from The X-Files, David Duchovny's character has gone country. Did you ever in your life think: 1. The X-Files would return for new episodes? and 2. Said new episodes would involve Mulder line dancing? If you answered yes to both of those, well, you're a dark wizard. In "Babylon," the Monday, Feb. 15 episode of the fan-favorite Fox series, Mulder and Scully (Gillian Anderson) meet and work with FBI agents, Miller (Robbie Amell) and Einstein (Lauren Ambrose) while trying to communicate with a comatose bomber in order to prevent a future attack. Will it be neuroscience or mysticism? So why is Mulder line dancing? They're going to »
The fate of Jon Snow, and more, will be revealed with "Game Of Thrones" returns for its sixth season on April 24th, though, for now, the secrets will stay hidden. But HBO has given fans a President's Day weekend gift to pore over — twenty-four images from the upcoming season. Read More: The 25 Best TV Dramas Since 'The Sopranos' Five directors are handling the upcoming ten episodes, including series veterans Jeremy Podeswa, Mark Mylod, and Miguel Sapochnik, along with newcomers to Westeros, Daniel Sackheim ("Miami Vice," "The X-Files," and "House") and Jack Bender ("Lost"). So there will be some strong talent behind the camera for what may be the most exciting season yet for fans. "Game Of Thrones" returns on April 24th.
- Kevin Jagernauth
The fate of Jon Snow, and more, will be revealed with "Game Of Thrones" returns for its sixth season on April 24th, though, for now, the secrets will stay hidden. But HBO has given fans a President's Day weekend gift to pore over — twenty-four images from the upcoming season. Read More: The 25 Best TV Dramas Since 'The Sopranos' Five directors are handling the upcoming ten episodes, including series veterans Jeremy Podeswa, Mark Mylod, and Miguel Sapochnik, along with newcomers to Westeros, Daniel Sackheim ("Miami Vice," "The X-Files," and "House") and Jack Bender ("Lost"). So there will be some strong talent behind the camera for what may be the most exciting season yet for fans. "Game Of Thrones" returns on April 24th. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
History’s remake of Roots is sneaking under the wire for 2016 Emmy eligibility.
Related2016 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
The eight-hour event series — which examines one family’s struggle to survive during the era of American slavery — is set to premiere on History, Lifetime and A&E on Memorial Day, May 30, at 9/8c (two days before the Emmy cutoff period). It will then continue for the next three nights, with the finale slated for June 2.
Is the basement office about to have two new inhabitants?
Only two episodes are left in The X-Files‘ revival, and Monday’s (Fox, 8/9c) installment introduces Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under) and Robie Amell (The Flash) as FBI special agents who bear more than a passing resemblance to Mulder and Scully.
PhotosX-Files Finale Sneak Peek Teases Scully’s (Scary!) Alien DNA
Amell’s Agent Miller is open to nontraditional ideas and explanations, while Ambrose’s Agent Einstein — a redheaded medical doctor who chose to make her career in the Bureau — is far more interested in solving mysteries by using clear-cut, »
Nasim Pedrad‘s latest role is definitely not one she was born to play.
RelatedPilot Season ’16: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them
Per the official synopsis, the series follows a young teen “in the throes of adolescence” who “is tasked with being the man of the house, which leaves him with all the responsibilities of being an adult without any of the perks.”
Pedrad also will serve as a writer and executive producer on the half-hour, »
Let’s look on the bright side of American Idol‘s controversial and unprecedented decision not to allow viewers to have any say in the outcome of its Farewell Season semifinals:
RelatedAmerican Idol Is Taking Away Your Voting Power — and It’s Infuriating
* There’ll be none of the “What is wrong with America?”/”I’m moving to Barcelona!” outrage over the Idoloonie Nation’s dubious voting patterns that we experienced, for example, on The Season 9 Bloodbath That Claimed Lilly Scott, Katelyn Epperly and Alex Lambert.
* Reduced risk of carpal tunnel syndrome due to frenetic online and smartphone voting. »
In September 1997, 28-year-old X-Files star Gillian Anderson took out full-page ads in both The Hollywood Reporter and Daily Variety thanking the cast and crew of her mega-hit Fox series after neglecting to mention creator Chris Carter, the show's writers and, most glaringly, co-star David Duchovny during her acceptance speech at the Emmys earlier that week. The E! Online rundown of the kerfuffle is particularly harsh in its assessment of the actress: On Wednesday, Anderson bought full-page ads...to pay tribute, albeit belated, to the cast and crew of her Fox show. That's right. The cast and crew. You know, the people she forgot and/or declined and/or ran out of time to thank on Sunday night when she picked up an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. "I would like to sincerely thank Chris Carter, my dear friend and creator of The X-Files," Anderson's five-sentence make-good begins. »
- Chris Eggertsen
The back half of the Fox drama’s 11th season will premiere on Thursday, April 14, at 8/7c, the network announced Wednesday.
Related Bones Renewal in Doubt, Fox Boss Promises ‘Meaningful’ Series Finale
Per Fox, the midseason premiere “finds Hodgins eight weeks into his rehabilitation and forced to navigate life in a wheelchair. Meanwhile, Brennan and Booth investigate the death of a public defender who had multiple defendants from previous cases with motives to kill her.”
In the 9 pm timeslot previously held by Sleepy Hollow, »
The six-episode return of The X-Files is four shows deep now, with the “event series” adopting more of a “Monster of the Week” format than the solidly connective storyline that many fans had anticipated. Still, this week’s episode, “Home Again,” written and directed by longtime X-Files writer/producer Glen Morgan, made a concerted effort to balance a brand-new monster with Scully and Mulder’s (Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny) emotional “abandoned child” storyline.
Morgan, a longtime fan of Famous Monsters going back to his childhood, took time to break down “Home Again,” discuss some of his favorite X-Files episodes, and recall his Monster Kid roots in our latest FM Podcast. Listen Here!
“This series, maybe more than others, has a very varied fan base,” Morgan tells FM of the challenges to cater to demand. “You have the mythology fans, you have the monster-of-the-week fans, you have the weird science fans, »
- Harker Jones
The six-episode return of The X-Files is four shows deep now. This week’s episode, “Home Again,” written and directed by longtime X-Files writer/producer Glen Morgan, made a concerted effort to balance a brand-new “Monster of the Week” with Mulder and Scully’s emotional “abandoned child” storyline. Morgan, a longtime fan of Famous Monsters going back to his childhood, took time to break down “Home Again,” discuss some of his favorite X-Files episodes, and recall his Monster Kid roots for FM Editor David Weiner. Glen Morgan interview – [1:50] »
- Cameron Hatheway
Fox has released a promo and batch of for next week’s fifth episode of The X-Files limited series, entitled ‘Babylon’. Check them out below…
See Also: Follow all of our coverage of The X-Files here
When an art gallery that’s showing potentially offensive artwork is bombed, Mulder and Scully seek some way to communicate with the comatose bomber in order to prevent a future attack. Meanwhile, a pair of younger FBI agents on the case (guest stars Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose) push Mulder and Scully to examine their own beliefs as Scully seeks answers from neuroscience and Mulder from mysticism in the all-new “Babylon” episode of The X-Files airing Monday, Feb. 15 (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox.
- Amie Cranswick
It was the pop culture sensation of the 1990s – and now it’s back to storm TV screens in the UK (well, Channel 5 anyway). The X-Files initially ran for 10 series’ (in addition to spawning two movies) and introduced us to two of television’s greatest heroes in the form of FBI agents Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson), both dedicated to exposing extraterrestrial and paranormal phenomena lurking amidst the fabric of everyday life.
However, the series wouldn’t have had half its impact without the input of composer Mark Snow, whose haunting music constantly had viewers anticipating what was around the next corner. Here are 19 memorable tracks exploring the rich yet underrated soundtrack history of this landmark show, ones confirming Snow as perhaps the unsung hero of The X-Files. »
- Sean Wilson
The CBS Monday dramas — as well as “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” — saw expected lifts one night after the network’s coverage of Super Bowl 50, but it was Fox’s “The X-Files” and ABC’s rising “The Bachelor” that topped the night among young adults.
According to preliminary nationals from Nielsen, “The Bachelor” (2.4 rating/8 share in adults 18-49, 8.5 million viewers overall) rose 0.2 week to week, winning its two-hour timeslot in 18-49, 25-54, 18-34 and all key female demos. The 2.4 rating represents a season high in the time period for ABC, and there’s a good chance the dating show (currently at 2.445 in the prelims) will finish at a 2.5 in the finals. Closing out the night for ABC was the return of “Castle” (1.1/4 in 18-49, 5.7 million viewers overall), which was in line with its sluggish averages of the fall; last week, the network did nearly as well in the demo (1.0) with a “Bachelor Live” post-show. »
- Rick Kissell
The good-ish news: ABC’s Castle resumed Season 8 on Monday night with a 1.1 demo rating (per finals), matching its fall finale and up a tick from what The Bachelor‘s live after-show most recently pulled in the time slot.
Less good: Castle‘s total audience of 5.72 million viewers marks a drop-off of 15 percent (or a full million), easily hitting a series low. TVLine readers gave the midseason opener an average grade of “B.”
RelatedCastle Recap: #SvetlanaStone 4Ever
Opening ABC’s night, The Bachelor (8.6 mil/2.5) was up 13 percent and a tenth, hitting season highs.
RelatedCastle Bosses Address Final Season »
Fox edged ABC on Monday as “The X-Files” fended off “The Bachelor” in the key 18-49 demographic. Nobody could top CBS in total viewers, however. ABC was also runner-up there, though the gap was comparatively wider. Fox was first in ratings with a 2.1 rating/7 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic, but third in total viewers with an average of 6.9 million, according to preliminary numbers. At 8 p.m. Et, “The X-Files” earned a 2.5/8 and 8.3 million viewers. At 9, “Lucifer” posted a 1.7/5 and 5.5 million viewers. Also Read: Gillian Anderson Becomes an Alien in New 'X-Files' Finale Teaser (Video) ABC »
- Tony Maglio
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