It’s confirmed, Mitch Pileggi will return as Assistant Director Walter Skinner for Season 11! Shooting is set to begin in just a few weeks, but in the meantime you can catch Mitch in the film Polaroid which comes out in wide release on August 25.

Check out the article from Deadline for a few more details.

No hips before hands this season. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, David Duchovny says time constraints for prepping an episode and difficulty getting an idea together will keep him from writing or directing an episode in Season 11.

Get all the details in the interview here.

Are you listening yet? The long wait is over! The X-Files: Cold Cases, the audio book based on the Season 10 comics from Joe Harris IDW is available now.

If you didn't pre-order, you can find if from Audible here. 

In celebration of the release of The X-Files: Cold Cases, Audible will be hosting a panel at San Diego Comic Con featuring David Duchovny and Dirk Maggs, the producer of Cold Cases, on July 22.

The X-Files: Cold Cases is based on IDW’s Season 10 comics and stars Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as well as Mitch Pileggi, William B. Davis, Tom Braidwood, Dean Haglund, and Bruce Harwood. The stories are set after I Want to Believe but before the TV version of Season 10. The audio dramatization will be available July 18.

For a sneak peek at what Mulder and Scully are up to and other details, check out this article from Entertainment Weekly.

Gabe Rotter, Benjamin Van Allen, and Brad Follmer will be joining Glen Morgan, Darin Morgan, and James Wong on Chris Carter’s Season 11 writing staff. Rotter served as a writing assistant on Season 9, Van Allen was a writers assistant on Season 10, and Brad Follmer (not the character played by Cary Elwes in Season 9) was Carter’s personal assistant on Seasons 8 and 9. Michael Ausiello has more details on TVLine here.


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