Fans of “The X-Files” franchise will be happy to know that the show returns with its series premiere this evening on Fox. Take a look at the poster, light premise and casting. I’ll be back at the close for sure.
The Premise: The season’s storyline will pick up directly after last season’s finale and the search for Mulder and Scully’s son William will be a main story arc for the season.
David Duchovny as Fox Mulder
Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully
Mitch Pileggi as Walter Skinner
William B. Davis as Cigarette Smoking Man
Annabeth Gish as Monica Reyes
Lauren Ambrose as Agent Liz Einstein
Robbie Amell as Agent Kyd Miller
Veronica Cartwright as Cassandra Spender
Chris Owens as Jeffrey Spender
Dean Haglund as Langly, one of The Lone Gunmen
Barbara Hershey as Erika Price
Haley Joel Osment
PiercingMetal Thoughts: So I am not going to lie and say that I liked the previous season or mini-series (which is honestly a better title since it was only six episodes long). I’m willing to program the DVR and give it a chance but I don’t have the highest of hopes and think that the series best moments are behind them. They need to really up the game if they want to contend with all of the Science Fiction, Horror and Super-hero shows that fill our channels in today’s entertainment world. Back in the day they were the rulers of the roost and fans are expecting a whole lot more when it comes down to it today. Let’s see what happens. As I mentioned already I will be setting the DVR but not giving it too long a chance if I don’t enjoy it right out of the gate. What about you? Let me know in the comments below.
Back in 2016, the world of Geekdom saw the return of Agents Mulder and Scully in “The X-Files” Season 10. There were only six episodes to the season and they left us with a bit of a cliffhanger. Now, the time has come to reveal the trailer for the 2018 returning show for its eleventh season. Check out the trailer that was unveiled at this years NY Comic Con. I’ll follow it with some light premise and cast before closing it up with editorial.
Fans of the novel “American Gods” by Neil Gaiman will be excited that the show makes its season premiere this evening on Starz. I’ve shared some posts about it before with a trailer and the character posters for those interested. This one crept up on me and I am unfamiliar with the source material so I am not sure I am catching it straight away. Here is the show poster along with some reminder of cast.
Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon
Emily Browning as Laura Moon
Crispin Glover as Mr. World
Bruce Langley as Technical Boy
Yetide Badaki as Bilquis
Pablo Schreiber as Mad Sweeney
Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday
Gillian Anderson as the new Goddess Media
Jonathan Tucker as Low Key Lyesmith
Cloris Leachman as Zorya Vechernyaya
Martha Kelly as Zorya Utrennyaya
Erika Kaar as Zorya Polunochnaya
Peter Stormare as Czernobog
Chris Obi as Mr. Jacquel
Mousa Kraish as the Jinn
Omid Abtahi as Salim
Orlando Jones as Mr. Nancy
Demore Barnes as Mr. Ibis
Dane Cook as Robbie
Kristin Chenoweth as Easter
Corbin Bernsen as Vulcan
Jeremy Davies as Jesus Prime
Conphidance as Okoye
Beth Grant as Jack
PiercingMetal Thoughts: I’ve already stated that I am not sure about catching this one right away but the DVR allows for easy binge watching. Have any of you readers sunk your teeth into the original novel at all? I know there is a comic book hitting the stands as well and perhaps I will add that to our narratives as well in the comic book review area. Tell me below if you will be watching. I’d like to hear.
It would seem that the truth is still out there and if you still want to believe that there is a larger force at hand in many of the worlds brewings and doings then isn’t it awesome that Agents Mulder and Scully are back at the task on The X-Files. Believe it or not my friends, the exciting Fox television series is returning to broadcast television for a six-part mini-series. Below is the poster, a vague premise and the cast so check it out and then I’ll return to discuss.
The Premise: The X-Files miniseries is an upcoming continuation of the American science fiction horror drama television series The X-Files, created by Chris Carter, which originally aired for nine seasons from 1993 to 2002 on Fox. On March 24, 2015, Fox announced the series would return for a six-episode miniseries. (okay so not really the most helpful of show premise descriptions but oh well). Continue reading Tonight: “X-Files” on Fox (1/24/2016)→