Well, that didn’t take long! Just days after rumors broke that FOX was ready to greenlight an official X-Files revival with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, the truth is officially out there. Mulder and Scully will return for a limited X-Files run on FOX, but what other details can we uncover?
The moderate success of FOX’s 24 return helped fuel speculation that The X-Files could similarly prove a prime candidate for limited series, and according to rumor, a Mulder and Scully reunion is closer than ever. FOX is reportedly preparing to greenlight a new X-Files series, albeit with one major limitation.
Like it or not, 'Family Guy''s Griffins will make their way to Springfield this coming Sunday for landmark crossover premiere "The Simpsons Guy," and no animated universe is safe. Peter will trade chicken-style fisticuffs with Homer, Bart and Stewie will swap pranks, and morbidly disturbing car-washes will be held. See for yourself with seven (!) all-new clips from the 'Family Guy' season 13 crossover premiere "The Simpsons Guy"!
It's that time of year again, when the major networks begin picking up pilots and making final decisions on struggling series. FOX and NBC have already greenlit a number of new shows and taken others to the woodshed, but some of FOX's latest may surprise you: Seth MacFarlane's controversial 'Dads' is no more, along with the critically-adored 'Enlisted,' Rake,' and Christopher Meloni's 'Surviving
The Dark Knight rises once more.
Surprising absolutely no one (the original option had proven more or less straight to series to begin with), FOX has officially elected to bring the caped crusader to life once more with a series order for Batman prequel 'Gotham.'
'The Simpsons' have been venturing further and further into one-off tribute the last few years, and with 'Mad Men' due to return for its final season this coming weekend, what better time to send a little love to Sterling-Cooper? Watch 'The Simpsons' take on 'Mad Men's infamously cryptic promos, using animated footage from prior episodes!
FOX fans, your time is at hand! While some renewals are more surprising than others, FOX has officially granted a second season to Andy Samberg's Golden Globe-winning 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' along with thirds for Kevin Bacon serial killer drama 'The Following' and Mindy Kaling's critically-adored 'The Mindy Project,' and a fourth season for Zooey Deschanel's ever-quirky 'New Girl.'
Say what you will about the big game proving a disappointment, Jack is back and more exciting than ever with our first look at '24' revival '24: Live Another Day!' London is in chaos, and only the screams of Kiefer Sutherland and a punk rock Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) can save the day, so get your first look at the May premiere right here!
Unexpected, but okay! We were a bit disappointed to learn that 'The Office' star Rainn Wilson wouldn't return to TV as soon as we'd hoped, given that CBS declined to pick up the comic actor's buzzworthy police procedural 'Backstrom,' but it seems FOX has taken a big shot on Wilson with a full series order for the discarded drama.
Just days after NBC officially continued its biblical hot streak with a sequel series to History's epic miniseries titled 'A.D.: Beyond the Bible,' FOX has decided to get in on the religious miniseries fervor. The network has officially committed to David Mamet's'7 Deadly Sins' as a miniseries event, but how will the sinful new drama tell its tale?
While 'The Simpsons' made waves earlier this year in promising to kill off one of its ancillary characters, 'Family Guy' had promised even more this past summer in threatening to kill off one of its leads. The reaper finally came to pass in last night's time-traveling "Life of Brian," but who from the Griffin family ultimately got the axe?