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So that’s what “shortly” means to David Madden. Months after the Fox head told the Television Critics Association that an “X-Files” renewal could happen “shortly,” the network has finally followed through, announcing a new order of 10 episodes to (likely) air sometime in 2018. The announcement was first made on social media with an official statement following shortly thereafter. Here’s the announcement: #TheXFiles are opening back up… pic.twitter.com/FevbZbXxAe — The X-Files (@thexfiles) April 20, 2017 And here’s the statement, courtesy of ScreenCrush: Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. Continue reading You Can Start Believing Again: Fox Orders Another Season Of ‘The X-Files’ at The Playlist.

Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny and more are back on the case! The post X-Files Cast Reunites for a New Project appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

So, just how high was the security around the revival of “Twin Peaks“? No one read the full, admittedly huge, 400 page script. Actors were given the pages with their scenes and that’s about it. “There isn’t really a need to have everybody read the whole script,” Lynch explained to GQ. “So they get their scenes. And when we work together, they ask many questions, and they get answers.” “People get what they need,” he added. Continue reading New Images Of David Lynch, David Duchovny & More In ‘Twin Peaks’ at The Playlist.

Aquarius, NBC’s David Duchovny-starrer based on the Charles Manson murders, will end after two seasons. Created by John McNamara, the highly fictionalized historical drama kicked off in the summer of 2015 and finished its second season September 10. The news isn’t surprising. In August, Deadline reported that the series’ linear ratings had eroded following the series’ second-season renewal, as Aquarius was moved from Thursday to the low-trafficked Saturday night. For a…

NBC said today that the sophomore season on David Duchovny-starring period drama Aquarius will premiere June 16 with a commercial-free, two-hour block from 9-11 PM. The network said there will be “absolutely no breaks for commercials or network promos, with the only stoppage coming for a one-minute local news break during the show’s second hour.” The Manson Family-era series settles into its regular 10 PM Thursday slot the following week, June 23. NBC is making a habit of…

“We’re not bickering while we’re running with our guns out,” Duchovny tells THR of the Mulder/Scully split. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter (News)