01:50 PM EDT 07/23/2015
Originally posted 07/17/2015 09:10AM
The cult-favorite characters are back to take on the supernatural in a six-episode reboot of The X-Files set to premiere in 2016, and Fox released a new teaser Thursday on Twitter.
The first glimpse of what we'll see next year doesn't disappoint, complete with strange tools, dead bodies and, of course, the show's classic eerie theme song.
Originally posted 07/01/2015 10:30AM
Claire Holt has traded in her fangs for a police badge.
The Originals actress now stars in NBC's new series, Aquarius, playing Officer Charmain Tully. Holt's character teams up with an undercover cop (David Duchovny) as they try to track down the infamous serial killer Charles Manson and his followers.
PEOPLE chatted with Holt, 27, to talk about why playing a female cop in the 1960s was no easy task.
Plus, watch the video above for an exclusive clip from this week's episode.
Originally posted 06/25/2015 07:20PM
It's not easy portraying one of America's most infamous female convicts.
Ambyr Childers gets the job done in her mesmerizing turn on NBC's '60s drama Aquarius, playing Susan Atkins, a Charles Manson recruit who turned into the serial killer known as Sadie Mae Glutz. After the Sharon Tate murder, she spent almost 40 years in prison, becoming the longest-incarcerated woman in California.
But Aquarius is about the period before the public knew Charles Manson as a monster – back when he was just a magnetic, charismatic man drawing wayward people into his "family."
Originally posted 06/10/2015 12:45AM
X-philes, this is your first peek at the long-awaited return of Mulder and Scully.
David Duchovny, 54, and Gillian Anderson, 46, were spotted together, looking happy to be reprising their famous roles on the set of the upcoming X-Files revival.
Anderson is sporting red hair and a classic Dana Scully outfit, though one from the later years of the show, when her character ditched frumpy pantsuits for more stylish attire. Duchovny, however, is noticeably not dressed for official FBI work, which could indicate that his character, Fox Mulder, may not have rejoined the bureau in these new episodes (that will screen on Fox next year).
Originally posted 05/26/2015 03:25PM
"I can tell you absolutely nothing – and it's fantastic,” Duchovny said of the reboot
Originally posted 05/20/2015 04:10PM
Not one to shy away from new ventures, David Duchovny has a debut rock album, a best-selling novel and two new shows, including NBC's Aquarius (which premieres May 28) and an X-Files reboot in the works. But there's one path he says he's not likely to revisit.
"I don't think I want to be married again," says Duchovny, who was divorced from Téa Leoni last year. "I just feel like I'm old!"
Originally posted 05/20/2015 01:00PM
The truth is still out there.
It's been over two decades since the premiere of The X-Files, and this summer, David Duchovny is stepping back into Agent Fox Mulder's shoes for a six-episode miniseries set to air next year.
The multi-talented actor – who stars in NBC's Aquarius (premiering May 28) and has a rock album Hell or Highwater – says he's "excited" about the cult classic's return.
"It's going to be strange and fun," says Duchovny. "Thankfully, Gillian [Anderson] will be there, and we'll both be in positions of like, 'Are we really here doing this again? Are we really saying those words again?' At least we'll have each other."
Originally posted 05/13/2015 09:40AM
The Xs and Os were flying between X-Files stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Tuesday night.
Now that the reboot of the cult classic is a go on Fox as a six-episode series, Mulder and Scully renewed their romance on stage at The Cutting Room in New York City, where Duchovny sang songs from his debut album Hell or Highwater.
Originally posted 04/29/2015 08:45PM
It might take a few days for the actors to feel at home again, but David Duchovny guarantees that The X-Files reboot will be one crazy ride when it hits your TV screen.
"It's been a while since I've played Mulder, so it's going to be strange, for sure, the first couple days," the actor, 54, tells the Hollywood Reporter of returning to his famous supernatural-investigating FBI agent character for a six-episode series.
Originally posted 04/06/2015 06:00PM
Twenty-five years ago this week, Americans got their first glimpse of the small Northwestern town of Twin Peaks. They heard the chords of that theme song for the first time, and they had just begun to wonder, "Who killed Laura Palmer?"
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