The X-Files Forever


September 2015

Revival: Images from the Trailer

A compilation of images from the trailer featuring Mulder, Scully and Skinner.


Revival: Trailer

Not a teaser this time. This is an extended look at the revival series.

Revival: Seven Episodes

The revival series may have more than six episodes. Dean Haglund talked about it in the Australian morning show Studio 10: “They shot six [episodes], but I think they are going to a seventh if I’m not mistaken”.

The X-Files May Finally Be Coming to Blu-ray

According to FOX Home Entertainment Australia, the Blu-ray set will be released on December 9 in that country. In addition, the Australian Classification Board classifying special features recently also suggests there will be a Blu-ray release.

Revival: Two-Part Trailer Is Coming

Here is a still from a new teaser for the revival series. A two-part trailer will air on Monday, September 28 during new episodes of Gotham and Minority Report.

The X-Files is #3 on The Hollywood Reporter’s 100 Favorite TV Shows

The X-Files is ranked #3 on The Hollywood Reporter’s 100 Favorite TV Shows – the magazine’s first entertainment-industry ranked TV list. The X-Files is the oldest title in the top 3 and the only sci-fi series in the top 10.


Throwback: Duchovny, Anderson, Gish and Patrick in 2002

David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Annabeth Gish and Robert Patrick on the covers of TV Guide’s May 18-24, 2002 issue.


Duchovny and Pileggi at the Wizard World Comic Con

David Duchovny and Mitch Pileggi at the Wizard World Comic Con in Pittsburgh.

Happy Anniversary, The X-Files!

The X-Files turns 22! On this day in 1993, The X-Files began its nine-season run with the pilot episode.

The X-Files is the first ever TV series to launch an official internet website, and the first TV series ever released on DVD. The series was FOX’s war horse in its time – the network’s longest-running sci-fi series and notably its most successful drama series ever. The franchise has generated a profit of over 2 billion dollars. Toward the end of the 1990s, The X-Files was the most lucrative show on American television. It was highly acknowledged by the Golden Globes, setting a record for most wins (3) in the Best Drama Series category. It is also one of the 10 most successful drama series in Emmys’ history with 16 wins. Time magazine called it the “cultural touchstone” of the 1990s.

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