This handshake on our TV screens on a Friday night was the start of something amazing. TV critics didn't give it much of a chance, but little did they know how big this new show called The X-Files would become. It was September 10th, 1993, when Mulder and Scully first came into our lives when the Pilot aired on FOX. 218 episodes and 2 films later, this year marks the 25th anniversary of our beloved show. To celebrate, we want to hear from you! We are putting together one last fandom video hurrah and we want to include as many people as possible. We want to know, what does 25 years of The X-Files mean to you? Tell us about a favorite moment, why you became a fan, why you've stayed with the show all these years. Did the show inspire friendships? Marriages? Did you find your career because of Mulder and Scully? Do you simply want to say thank you to the cast and crew? That works too! Record yourself on video and share it with us! Here are a few guidelines.
Unfortunately the wait for The X-Files Season 11 Blu-rays and DVDs just got a little longer. We had previously reported that July 23rd would be the big day, but FOX has informed us that release date has changed. The release will now happen September 18th.
Once you get your hands on a copy you'll be able to enjoy all 10 episodes from Season 11 as well as a bunch of behind-the-scenes goodies and special features. Those features differ depending on which format you purchase so here's what you can expect to find on each.
The wait is almost over! And yes, before we go any further, there will be bloopers. The X-Files Season 11 Blu-ray and DVD's will be available for purchase on July 23. You can preorder them now from Amazon and other retailers.
The release includes all 10 episodes from Season 11 as well as a bunch of behind-the-scenes goodies and special features. Those features differ depending on which format you purchase so here's what you can expect to find on each.
According to FOX, the door of Mulder and Scully's basement office is staying closed. FOX television CEO and chairman Gary Newman told reporters "there are no plans to do another season (of X-Files) at the moment," despite it being a "great show for the network." After the Season 11 finale, XFN asked Chris Carter about another season and at the time he told us "never say never." But with no plans from the network, and continued confirmation from Gillian Anderson that she's hanging up Scully's hat, it may be time to truly put a dimmer on that afterglow.
David Duchovny is kicking off a busy week of promotions for his new novel "Miss Subways," which comes out on Tuesday, May 1. "Miss Subways" is the story of Emer, who lives in New York City. She's described as "just a woman living in New York City who takes the subway, buys ice cream from the bodega on the corner, has writerly aspirations, and lives with her boyfriend, Con. But is this life she lives the only path she’s on?" The story is inspired by the Irish myth of Emer and Cuchulain.
David's press tour started Monday with an appearance on "Live with Kelly and Ryan." He also took questions during a live book signing on YouTube. You can get a signed copy of the book from that event here. David's next TV appearance will be Monday night on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" at 11:35 pm ET on CBS. He will also be on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on Thursday, May 3, at 12:35 am.