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  • Fans react to the shocking finale of 'The X-Files'

    "The X-Files" finale was full of unexpected moments, and fans on Twitter were totally shocked.

  • Your worst artificial intelligence nightmares were brought to life on 'The X-Files'

    "The X-Files" showed viewers what would happen if artificial intelligence won.

  • 'The X-Files' postmortem: Inside son William's return

    Writer/director James Wong breaks down one of the most emotional speeches Gillian Anderson has had in the series, and that 'Terminator 2' homage.

  • 'The X-Files' postmortem: 'Plus One' director Kevin Hooks talks bringing sexy back to the show

    The director of this week's hour takes us inside the scene many 'shippers have been waiting for.

  • The new 'X-Files' is obsessed with Trump

    Season 11, premiering Jan. 3, wants to suggest that, in the current era, we wouldn't agree on what "truth" was even if Mulder and Scully finally discovered it.

  • 'The X-Files': David Duchovny Hints at 'Hanky-Panky' for Mulder and Scully (and new footage backs him up)

    X-Files devotees, we can feel you thinking about whether or not your favorite FBI agents once more will be a couple when the sci-fi drama returns for Season 11. Turns out, we have a little something for that.

  • The X-Files Season 11: David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to Unveil First Footage at New York Comic-Con

    Mulder and Scully are Big Apple-bound — and they’re bringing some cool assets with them. Twentieth Century Fox Television announced early Tuesday that the first footage from The X-Files‘ latest revival (aka Season 11) will be unveiled next month at New York Comic-Con during a panel featuring series creator Chris Carter as well as stars […]

  • ‘The X-Files: Cold Cases’: New Trailer for the Audio Drama

    'The X-Files: Cold Cases,' an all-new audio drama featuring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, will be released July 18 via Audible.

  • Scott Disick Is Only the Latest Celebrity to Declare He Has a Sex Addiction

    Scott Disick confessed to being a "horrible sex addict" on the latest episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." Others have done so, too.

  • ‘The X-Files’ Renewed for 10-Episode (!!) Season 11 at Fox — First Look

    Sharpen those pencils and launch ’em at the ceiling in victory, because it’s official: 'The X-Files' will return for Season 11, Fox announced Thursday.

  • How Hall of Fame Character Actor Stephen Tobolowsky Approaches Each Role

    A member of our Character Actor Hall of Fame, Stephen Tobolowsky charts his career from 'Groundhog Day' to Netflix's 'One Day at a Time.'

  • David Duchovny Describes His Brief Stint As an Underwear Model

    One job David Duchovny didn’t land: modeling underwear. Why? Maybe it was the audition.

  • David Lynch: Solving Laura Palmer’s Murder Killed ‘Twin Peaks’

    Back in 1990, the dreamy, psychological drama was a surprise hit for ABC, being one of the top-rated series of the year. Viewers intently watched each week trying to unravel the mystery of who killed Laura Palmer.

  • ‘Aquarius’ Cancelled After Two Seasons

    The age of 'Aquarius' has set at NBC: The Peacock network has cancelled the David Duchovny-fronted summer series after two low-rated seasons, TVLine has learned.

  • Celebs and Their Sex Addictions — Is It Just an Excuse for Tomcatting?

    Ozzy Osbourne is the latest on a list of celebrities who have blamed their infidelities on sex addiction.

  • See David Duchovny’s Dog Lick Peanut Butter Off His Face to Save Shelter Animals

    The X-Files star recently teamed up with his rescue dog, Brick, to create a video announcing the launch of his #LickMyFace campaign. The charity challenge asks dog owners to slather peanut butter on their face and let their dogs lick it all off. In the video, the 55-year-old actor gets up close and personal with his pooch, letting Brick lick his face until all the peanut butter is gone.

  • ‘Aquarius’ Season 2: Charles Manson Meets The Beach Boy

    Aquarius is back for a second season on Wednesday night—a two-hour, commercial-free season premiere on NBC, in fact—and it furthers this fact-based detective story about a real Charles Manson and a fictional police detective, Sam Hodiak, played by David Duchovny. The season begins with Manson and his creepy-crawly crew in the midst of killing actress Sharon Tate and others in 1969 Los Angeles. The show then jumps back 18 months earlier, to show us the trail the cops are following—not to Manson, but to other cases, some of which will connect to the Manson “family.” If you find that sort of tease annoying, you may not lock in to Aquarius, but if you do—and I do—it makes for a tantalizing start to the new season.

  • 'The X-Files' Review: The Final Breakdown

    The X-Files Review: The Final Breakdown The six episodes of the 10th season of The X-Files wrapped up on Monday night with “My Struggle II,” an episode written and directed by series creator Chris Carter. It was a sequel to the episode that began the rebooted series—that would be “My Struggle”—and frames these half-down episodes as a very uneven enterprise. SPOILERS FOR THE X-FILES FINALE FOLLOW.

  • 'The X-Files' Finale Recap: This Is the End... Or Is It?

    Warning: This recap for the “ My Struggle II” episode of The X-Files contains spoilers. Season 10 of The X-Files ended the way it began: with an absurdly talky, absurdly plotted, and just plain absurd conspiracy-minded hour written by series creator Chris Carter that tried to resuscitate the walking corpse that is the franchise’s larger mythology. Having established in the premiere that aliens weren’t the ones seeking to invade Earth and replace humanity — a theory that Fox Mulder, and the show itself, had spent the previous nine seasons advancing — “My Struggle II” saw the long-teased depopulation scheme finally being put into effect, with a shadowy cabal of men (and not of the little green variety) behind it all.

  • 'X-Files' Review: 'Home Again' Brings a New Monster and Old Sorrow

    This week’s new hour finds Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) tracking down a mysterious creature who comes to be known as the Band-Aid Man. He’s a force of destruction—he rips bodies apart—but the nature of his rage is more complicated than that. This in turn raises the specter of the baby Mulder and Scully gave up for adoption—William, who would have been the grandson of Scully’s mother.