Not only are the images in the trailer gorgeous, but the cover of The Cranberries' "Zombie" is downright chilling. Keen-eared Philes have been searching for it and tonight we hit the jackpot. Give another listen to Zombie by the Void. We hope this inspires a few fan vidders too!

Have you recovered from that trailer yet? While we don't think anyone passed out from joy while watching it at New York Comic Con's X-Files panel, with all the screaming we heard it probably came close. Fans from all over the world came together to watch the first trailer for Season 11 of The X-Files and to take part in a panel with Chris Carter, Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, and Mitch Pileggi. The event started with the trailer and only got better from there. Read on for our recap.

"Mulder, I've seen it...I've seen how it begins."

Those were Scully's whispered words to Mulder at the beginning of the very first trailer for the eleventh season of The X-Files. The trailer opened up the series' New York Comic Con panel this afternoon. We'll have interviews, photos, and more from NYCC soon, but in the meantime, let's take a deeper look at this trailer. 


Fresh off the presses... here it is for your enjoyment! Have you stopped breathing? Yeah, us too.


Now that’s an image that will have any Phile reaching for the nearest hug. This week’s Entertainment Weekly has a sneak peek of Season 11 and it doesn’t exactly look like good things are in store for Scully. How did we go from a dying Mulder and Scully saving the world to this? “Obviously something unexpected has happened,” Chris Carter wryly tells EW’s Kelly Connolly.

Carter also says that shippers “have something to look forward to” but as always is tight-lipped about what that may be. And we can look for William to “come to the fore.”

Carter also shares a few details about what the premiere holds, episode 3, Barbara Hershey’s role, and what other relationships might be turned on their head.

You can get all the details now by reading the article on EW’s website, their app, or by picking up a copy at your local newsstand or bookstore. Look for the “Stranger Things” cover.


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