In a promo released today by FOX and spearheaded by Deadline, we got to see a few new tidbits about what's to come on Season 11, straight from the lips of Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, Mitch Pileggi and Chris Carter.
The promo is named "Declassified | The End of the World" --- And is it? Take a deep breath, guys. We've been keeping a tally of the new things they've teased us with, so what's new on this one?
Gillian Anderson will be receiving her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, January 8th, 2018 at 11:30 am PST. If you can't make it to LA for the ceremony, you can watch a live stream on walkoffame.com. Chris Carter, Joel McHale, and Bryan Fuller will be speaking in her honor. Please keep in mind that those receiving the star choose who the speakers at their ceremony will be. Walk of Fame Producer Ana Martinez says David Duchovny has another commitment and won't be in attendance, but she hinted on Twitter that there will be a message from him. Gillian did something similar for him in 2016. Gillian's star will be in the same location as David Duchovny's, at 6508 Hollywood Boulevard next to the FOX Theatre. You can see our coverage of David's 2016 star ceremony here. Gillian's event will be the first star ceremony of 2018.
To continue with the slew of goodies before the premiere of The X-Files Season 11, FOX has released the promotional pictures for "This", the second episode of the season, written and directed by Glen Morgan. While some of these pictures aren't particularly "spoilery," be forewarned that there is a good amount of awesome and kickass in the thirteen pictures you'll find after the jump ;)
FOX has released a sneak peek of what's to come from The X-Files' season opener "My Struggle III". These promo photos give us an idea of where we find Mulder and Scully after last season's cliffhanger. Be warned though, the photos contain some spoilers as to what's happening in the episode. Check out all 20 images after the jump.
With just a few weeks before the premiere of The X-Files – Season 11, we’ve had the opportunity to preview the first five episodes of the season.
The episodes shared with us are not final; they’re still in various states of completion, with a few details of ADR, VFX, color correction, music and sound mixing still to be finessed… so we had to use our imagination in some parts. Past the details that FOX has requested that we don’t divulge, we are excited to share a few small tidbits to tide you over the holidays, and until the premiere on Wednesday - January 3rd, 2018 at 8PM – click here to find out Where to Watch The X-Files in Your Region
The following may contain mild, very mild spoilers. Proceed at your own risk after the jump.