X files new season

Ghouli

Fox announced that it ordered 10 new episodes to be shown between 2017 and 2018, featuring Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, the stars of the series that will also bring back creator and executive producer Chris Carter.

«There are a lot of things that are not conducive to a long-running series. So there would have to be some pretty extraordinary circumstances, but maybe maybe the success we’ve had so far with the six episodes is enough for extraordinary circumstances,» he told Rolling Stone.

Familiar

SectionsProgramsCoveragesSearch…SpecialsTopics of the Day Wednesday, November 29, 2017 9:30 Hrs The classic series returns on January 3 to Fox screens.Starting Wednesday, January 3, simultaneously with the United States, fans of science fiction, suspense and drama, will have an appointment on Fox. The return of «The Secret X-Files», the cult sci-fi series, will be joined by the premiere of «9-1-1», the new creation of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk («Glee», «American Horror Story»). It will explore the high-pressure experiences of police officers, paramedics and firefighters who are immersed in the most terrifying, shocking and heartbreaking situations.

On the 25th anniversary of its premiere, the new 10-episode, one-hour installment returns executive produced by creator Chris Carter and stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson in their iconic roles as FBI special agents «Fox Mulder» and «Dana Scully.»

«The Secret X Files» originally premiered in September 1993 and during its 9 seasons, managed to establish itself as the sci-fi genre’s favorite series and a worldwide television phenomenon with 16 Emmy Awards, five Golden Globe Awards and a Peabody Award.

Episodios de expediente x

La serie gira en torno a los agentes especiales de la Oficina Federal de Investigación (FBI) Fox Mulder (David Duchovny), y Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) que investigan los Expedientes X: casos marginales y sin resolver relacionados con fenómenos paranormales. Mulder cree en la existencia de los extraterrestres y de lo paranormal, mientras que Scully, doctora en medicina y escéptica, es asignada para analizar científicamente los descubrimientos de Mulder, ofrecer teorías racionales alternativas a su trabajo, y así devolverlo a los casos convencionales. Al principio de la serie, ambos agentes se convierten en peones de un conflicto mayor y llegan a confiar sólo en el otro y en unas pocas personas selectas. Los agentes también descubren una agenda del gobierno para mantener en secreto la existencia de vida extraterrestre. Desarrollan una estrecha relación que comienza como una amistad platónica, pero que se convierte en un romance al final de la serie. Además del arco argumental de la serie, los episodios del «monstruo de la semana» constituyen aproximadamente dos tercios de todos los episodios.

The X-Files se inspiró en series de televisión anteriores con elementos de suspense y ficción especulativa, como The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, Tales from the Darkside, Twin Peaks y, sobre todo, Kolchak: The Night Stalker. Al crear los personajes principales, Carter trató de invertir los estereotipos de género haciendo que Mulder fuera un creyente y Scully una escéptica. Las primeras siete temporadas contaron con Duchovny y Anderson a partes iguales. En las temporadas octava y novena, Anderson tuvo prioridad, mientras que Duchovny aparecía de forma intermitente. Se introdujeron nuevos personajes principales: Los agentes del FBI John Doggett (Robert Patrick) y Mónica Reyes (Annabeth Gish). El jefe de Mulder y Scully, el subdirector Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi), también se convirtió en un personaje principal. Las primeras cinco temporadas de The X-Files se filmaron y produjeron en Vancouver, Columbia Británica, antes de trasladarse finalmente a Los Ángeles para acoger a Duchovny. La serie volvió más tarde a Vancouver para rodar The X-Files: Quiero creer, así como las temporadas décima y undécima de la serie.

Nothing lasts forever

The series is one of FOX’s biggest hits and is one of the most awarded series in history, being nominated for 141 awards of which it won a total of 61 individual awards from 24 different agencies, including Emmy Awards, Golden Globes, Environmental Media Awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards. Its characters and phrases have become icons of popular culture by exploiting and inspiring a plethora of conspiracy theories and the existence of extraterrestrial life. The popularity of the series prompted Carter and his partners to produce the 1998 film The X-Files: Fight the Future, directed by Rob S. Bowman. On October 29, 2007, it was reported that filming of a second film about the series titled The X-Files: I Want to Believe would begin in Vancouver on December 10, 2007. The film was released on July 25, 2008.[2] In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Chris Carter stated that if I Want to Believe was successful, he would consider making a third film centered on the plot of the series and focusing on the extraterrestrial invasion left over from the series.[3] In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Chris Carter stated that if I Want to Believe was successful, he would consider making a third film centered on the plot of the series and focusing on the extraterrestrial invasion that was left over from it.

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