Two official mashup videos, celebrating Scully and Mulder, have been released.
A compilation of previews released thus far.
January 3 – Canada (CTV), Latin America (FOX), United States (FOX)
January 4 – Australia (Showcase), Cyprus (FOX), Denmark (Viaplay), Greece (FOX), Israel (yes), Netherlands (FOX), New Zealand (TVNZ 2), Norway (TV3/Viaplay), Poland (FOX), Russia (TV-3), Serbia (FOX), Slovenia (FOX), Sweden (TV3 / Viaplay), Turkey (FOX Crime)
January 5 – Hungary (Cool TV), Portugal (FOX)
January 7 – Middle East / North Africa (OSN First)
January 8 – Bulgaria (FOX), Finland (FOX), Spain (FOX)
January 10 – Brazil (FOX)
January 20 – Africa (FOX)
January 29 – Italy (FOX)
TBA – France (M6), Germany (ProSieben), United Kingdom (Channel 5)
Promotional photos featuring Mulder and Scully.
A promotional photo featuring Mulder and Scully.
The production stills of the second episode “This”.
Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny are featured on the cover of the next issue.
The production stills of the first episode “My Struggle III”.
Titles, descriptions and US air dates for the first five episodes have been unveiled.
1. “My Struggle III” – January 3
Mulder and Scully learn that they aren’t the only ones desperately searching for their long-lost son, William. The very fate of the world may depend on it.
2. “This” – January 10
An old friend reaches out to Mulder and Scully in a seemingly impossible way, revealing a chilling secret.
3. “Plus One” – January 17
A spate of deaths, in which the victims were plagued by their own doppelgangers, lead Mulder and Scully to a pair of twins playing a dangerous game.
4. “The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat” – January 24
Exploring the idea of the Mandela Effect, in which large groups of people remember an alternate history, Mulder and Scully find out how the X-Files themselves may really have originated.
5. “Ghouli” – January 31
When a pair of teenage girls attack one another, each believing the other to be a monster, Mulder and Scully find that their investigation could possibly lead back to their long-lost son, William.