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With his roles in Twin Peaks and The X-Files, among other projects, David Duchovny established himself as a man who's interested in the weirder side of things. That sensibility comes to full flower in his first novel, Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale. The book tells the story of Elsie, a cow who undergoes an existential awakening that causes her, along with Tom, a turkey, and Shalom, a Jewish pig, to light out from the farm where they lived in search of the great, wide, presumably safe world. It's a wild tale, and you can read the first chapter below. Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself Most people think cows can’t think. Hello. Let me rephrase that, most people think cows can’t think, and have no feelings. Hello, again. I’m a cow, my name is Elsie, yes, I know. And that’s no bull. See? We can think, »
- David Duchovny
With the ABC drama resuming its eight-episode run tonight at 9/8c, TVLine invited showrunners Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas to discuss Agent Carter’s journey to the smaller screen and share intel on the women and men in Peggy’s various worlds.
Tvline | What was your charge from Marvel in putting this show together? What were you invited to do with Agent Carter (played by »
It's been a game-changing month for Amazon Studios. The online superstore announced plans last week to start producing original movies—not just a few, either, but 12 titles a year, each with a respectable indie budget ranging from $5 million to $25 million. The move came on the heels of Amazon solidifying its reputation as a major force in the TV industry by convincing Woody Allen to make a TV series and picking up two Golden Globes for its transgender dramedy Transparent—including the first-ever win by a streaming company in the best series category. And at least one of Amazon’s new »
- James Hibberd
The Man in the High Castle, Season 1, Episode 1: “Pilot”
Directed by David Semel
Released January 15th, 2015 by Amazon
For fans of Philip K. Dick, The Man in the High Castle will have undoubtedly already been on their radar for quite some time. Dick’s fiction has been adapted into several acclaimed films, including Blade Runner, Minority Report and A Scanner Darkly. In this recent batch of Amazon pilots, Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files) adapts The Man in the High Castle with the vision of turning the source material into a full television series. Those unfamiliar with Dick’s written work need only know that his interest is in science-fiction and that the worlds he creates are generally immersive, vast, and intricately planned-out.
In that regard, The Man in the High Castle is a success. I’ve always thought »
- Sean Colletti
Welcome to "This Week in Horror," HitFix's ongoing series that rounds up the most pertinent fright-genre news to break over the last seven days. In this week's edition: Ryan Murphy's latest anthology series casts a pint-sized Mariah Carey, a beloved '90s series may be coming back and, yes, another unnecessary remake is in the works. 1. Lea Michele and Ariana Grande may be forced to share a soundstage, God help us The "Glee" star and the diminutive pop idol have joined Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts in Ryan Murphy's latest anthology series, which has also signed on "True Blood" bear magnet Joe Mangianello, permanently scowly former child actor Abigail Breslin and fictional spelling bee champion Keke Palmer. Season 1 of the 15 episode horror-comedy will be set on a college campus that's been rocked by a series of murders. It's slated to premiere this fall on Fox. #2 The "Blob »
- Chris Eggertsen
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My experience with the world of Chris Carter’s TV shows consists of a few scattered X-Files episodes (specifically ones written by William Gibson or starring Tony Todd) and a half hour of the Millennium pilot (also about fifteen minutes of Harsh Realm). I remember absolutely loving these things but not being able to watch more because up until I was about 16, I wasn’t allowed to watch much TV, and certainly not the scary stuff. By the time I was 16, any interest I might have had in TV was scoured away by my devoted passion to my Super Nes. As I’ve gotten older, my caution in sampling The X-Files and Millennium has been due to the size of the commitment; I know the series are intertwined and that The X-Files »
- Chris Melkus
David Duchovny is certainly feeling different from Gillian Anderson and the rest of The X-Files team. He opened up about the possible reboot or limited run to USA Today. Unlike Gillian who is behind it fully, he seems to have reservations. The once hot actor said age is a factor for him in his less than thrilled response. However, he also made it clear that he will consider it once the choice is given. Here is his full comment on it.
I’m assuming that it will happen sooner rather than later now. We’ll see what form, how many [episodes]. Certainly I can’t nor would I be interested in doing a full season. It will be in some kind of limited form. We’re all old, we don’t have the energy for a full season.
Wow, I don’t think anyone saw that reaction coming from him. It »
- Sarah Peel
Over the weekend Fox announced that it is in discussions to bring back the cult 90s TV series The X-Files for a 24: Live Another Day-style revival, and now David Duchovny has spoken about the prospect of returning as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder, stating that he’s “more than happy” to do so.
“[I’m] more than happy and excited to bring it back and do it again with Gillian Anderson and Chris Carter. I’m assuming that it will happen sooner rather than later now. We’ll see what form, how many [episodes]. Certainly I can’t nor would I be interested in doing a full season. It will be in some kind of limited form. We’re all old, we don’t have the energy for a full season.”
See Also: Before They Were Famous… They Were in The X-Files
So, with Duchovny, Anderson and Carter all keen to get back on board, »
- Gary Collinson
As we learned over the weekend, Fox is looking to bring “The X-Files” back for what is likely to be a revival miniseries, and their plan is for David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to reprise their iconic roles. That plan… Continue Reading →
- John Squires
Warning: contains spoilers for The X-Files and for the comic book continuation Season Ten.
The X-Files, much like several of its villains, is a show that refuses to die. A seminal, ground-breaking series in the 1990s, it became a slightly creaky series in the early 2000s, then a cancelled series, then a movie following on from the original series, and now it may become a series again. But where can the show go now? There are a number of options available…
Judging from comments made by Fox representatives Dana Walden and Gary Newman, this is the current plan – they want to bring back David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Mulder and Scully and continue the series, presumably picking up after »
Those who still believe over twelve years after the original airing of The X-Files series finale could see their beloved supernatural show make a comeback to the small screen, as The X-Files follow-up series discussions continue after Fox TV Group chairmen Gary Newman and Dana Walden confirmed over the weekend that the network is considering bringing back the cult series for a new installment.
Fox is looking to include series creator Chris Carter in the next chapter and feature David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson back in their respective roles as FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. Fans may be wondering what the two stars of the series think of the potential comeback and now some light has been shed on that subject, as Duchovny recently shared his thoughts on returning to the world of The X-Files.
Talking with USA Today, Duchovny said that he’s “more than happy »
- Derek Anderson
Over the past few years, it seemed more likely that the next incarnation of The X-Files would come in the form of a third feature film, but it looks to be that, should things go according to plan, Mulder and Scully’s next outing will be on the medium where it all began.
Chatter of a return to TV returned to the fore only a few days ago, when Fox CEO Gary Newman touched upon the possibility of resurrecting the seminal supernatural show back for a new season, stating that he was “hopeful of being able to bring it back at some point.”
Now, chances of a revival have been buoyed by David Duchovny (Aka Agent Mulder himself), who spoke of his eagerness to return to the show in an interview with USA Today.
Here’s what the actor had to say on the matter, stating that he would be… »
- Michael Briers
Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas might be legally married to other people — but professionally, they might as well start sending out invitations. The two producers, who share showrunning duties on ABC’s “Resurrection” and “Marvel’s Agent Carter” (the latter of which premiered Jan. 6), spend nearly every waking moment together, from the early-morning walk of their kids to school (they live a mile apart in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley), until they leave the Burbank studio late at night.
Spanning 20 years, their producing partnership — and best-friendship — has taken them from “Ed” to “Law & Order: Svu” to “Reaper,” and led them to their current roles of simultaneously running the two high-concept dramas for the Alphabet.
Their workload is not for the faint of heart. Over the course of a single day, Variety followed them as they broke stories in both writers’ rooms, took notes calls from the studio, edited an episode of “Resurrection, »
- Debra Birnbaum
David Duchovny wants to believe again. Gillian Anderson seems like she wants to believe again. Fox is looking into believing again. We are So ready to believe again. In case it wasn't clear, we're talking about the much-discussed The X-Files reboot that is in the works at Fox. Over the weekend, Fox bosses confirmed there has been talk about reviving The X-Files on TV, forgoing the discussed third movie for several new episodes following Mulder (Duchovny) and Scully (Anderson) with creator Chris Carter behind it. Duchovny, who will next star in NBC's Aquarius, is ready. Duchovny told USA Today that he's "more than happy and excited to bring it back and do it again with Gillian and »
Fox hasn’t quite confirmed the return of The X-Files, but it’s made it clear that it wants to bring the show back. And actress Gillian Anderson has made it clear that she wants to come back. And now David Duchovny has made it clear that he wants to come back, too. More on the possible David […]
- Angie Han
This last weekend news broke that Fox is in discussions to bring back Chris Carter's The X-Files as a limited series. There was no word on whether David Duchovny or Gillian Anderson would reprise their roles at the time of the initial report, but the network wants them to come back.
It looks like if this all goes through though, Duchovny is ready to return as Fox Mulder! The actor recently talked to USA Today and said that he’s “more than happy and excited to bring it back and do it again with [co-star] Gillian [Anderson] and [series creator] Chris [Carter].” He added:
“I’m assuming that it will happen sooner rather than later now. We’ll see what form, how many [episodes]. Certainly I can’t nor would I be interested in doing a full season. It will be in some kind of limited form. We’re all old, we don’t have »
- Joey Paur
During the TCAs this past weekend, Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman confirmed that talks are happening for an X-Files series reboot. Original series creator Chris Carter already hinted that he was involved with the project, and this past summer Gillian Anderson said she'd be down for The X-Files 3 movie. Now, speaking with USA Today, David Duchovny reveals that he is ready to return as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder as well. Only, he won't be able to do a full season.
[I'm] more than happy and excited to bring it back and do it again with (co-star) Gillian (Anderson) and (series creator) Chris (Carter)."
On the heels Twin Peaks’ revival, a seeming overnight push, followed by confirmation of talks, to bring The X-Files back to television has many fans stoked. Fox’s Gary Newman announced the intent to resuscitate the beloved sci-fi series at last week’s TCA presentations with the hope that creator Chris Carter and stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny would…
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- Samuel Zimmerman
The X-Files fans received some good news recently when it was revealed Fox is interested in reviving the sci-fi series, with the network reportedly contacting Chris Carter and stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny about a new season. Anderson is down for more X-Files, and Carter probably is as well, but what about Duchovny? I highly doubt most fans want more Mulder-less episodes. While speaking with USA Today, David Duchovny said he's "more than happy and excited to »
- Jesse Giroux
Over the weekend came news that Fox had been in discussions to potentially revive its iconic supernatural/sci-fi drama series "The X-Files". Today, the original show's male leading man David Duchovny told USA Today that he's "more than happy and excited to bring it back and do it again with (co-star) Gillian (Anderson) and (series creator) Chris (Carter)."
He adds: "I'm assuming that it will happen sooner rather than later now. We'll see what form, how many (episodes). Certainly I can't nor would I be interested in doing a full season. It will be in some kind of limited form. We're all old, we don't have the energy for a full season."
Duchovny is part of NBC's upcoming period detective drama series "Aquarius," whilst his original co-star Gillian Anderson has commitments to the same network's "Hannibal". During the reveal on the weekend, Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman said he »
- Garth Franklin
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