The peeps from X-Con Germany are trying to get a feeling for the desire of celebrating another X-CON which may be held in Berlin in 2013, in honor of X-FIles 20th anniversary. They're not only calling for attendees, but also for voluntaries that would help the convention happen.
They're carrying out a survey to get your opinion and if there are any questions they also have provided a FAQ.

Head there and give your 2 cents.

 

In honor of International Women's Day, RadioTimes.com celebrated with a list of some of television's strongest women. And it's no surprise to us that Special Agent/Doctor/Alien Fighter Extraordinaire Dana Scully topped the list:

Whether she was tackling aliens, killers, government conspiracies or Fox Mulder’s credulity, the medical doctor and FBI agent took it all in her stride, often simultaneously battling some unfortunate hairdos. Smart, courageous and resourceful, Scully was never afraid to say what she thought – or back up a friend.

Keep up the great work, Scully. You make us all proud.

 

 Head over to IO9 to vote for the Greatest Sci-Fi Theme of All Time. You can choose up to 4 themes.

Vulture is currently running a competition on their Facebook to figure out what's the best drama in the last 25 years. 16 TV series made the cut, and The X-Files is one of them. On the first round it's up against The West Wing. People can vote by "Liking" their page and typing in their entry on this post.

Voting lasts for only one day; so, this particular round will end after today, Thursday, March 8. Breaking Bad is also involved in the competition, but voting for it hasn't take place yet.

Thanks Luke for the heads up!

From Deadline.com:

Over at ABC, Annabeth Gish has been cast in drama pilot Americana, a family soap that centers on iconic fashion designer Robert Soulter (Anthony LaPaglia), the patriarch of a sprawling family who just welcomed a new member, Alice Clarke (Ashley Greene), a young designer whose shocking arrival turns the family and the legendary label inside out. Gish will play Alice’s mother, a fading beauty, in the pilot, written by Michael Setzman and directed by Phillip Noyce.

 

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