Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny
Comic-Con has invaded San Diego and we have you covered! From The X-Files' 20-year anniversary reunion to the very first Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., check back here Thursday through Sunday for the latest news.
Clark Gregg, Michael C. Hall, Josh Dallas
If you didn't slap together your Katniss Everdeen costume and score tickets to San Diego Comic-Con International, don't worry: TVGuide.com is here and ready to deliver all the breaking news about your favorite shows. Beginning Thursday and through Sunday, we'll cover new series including Almost Human and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., as well as returning dramas like True Blood and Dexter.
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David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson
Whether you're an alien with two hearts, a clone with identity issues or a part-faerie waitress, Comic-Con is the place for you. The annual convention will hit San Diego Thursday-Sunday to allow fans from all genres to let their geek flag fly. TVGuide.com will wade through this sea of cosplay and free hugs to get the scoop on the latest entertainment news. Here are 14 things we're looking forward to the most at Comic-Con:
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1. The truth is still out there
X Files producer Frank Spotnitz is developing a spin-off of his Cinemax series Hunted for star Melissa George, according to Deadline.
Believe it or not, when Michael Bublé was growing up, he didn't want to be a singer — he wanted to be an actor!
In this sneak peek from Saturday's Rove LA (airing at midnight/11c on TV Guide Network), the classic crooner revealed his early ambitions to be a thespian and what changed his mind. Let's just say it has to do with a background gig on The X-Files and...
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Scully is back!
Ten years after the end of The X-Files, star Gillian Anderson is returning to U.S. broadcast TV on the upcoming NBC thriller Hannibal, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Anderson, 44, will play...
File this one under silver linings.
Weeks after ABC announced the cancellation of freshman series Last Resort, Robert Patrick has been promoted to a series regular for...
Remember the old X-Files mantra "Trust No One?" One of its producers surely does, and in creating the new Cinemax spy thriller Hunted, Frank Spotnitz makes it clear from the first scenes that you can't always trust your eyes, either.
Who do you trust when you think your team tried to have you killed?
That's the life-or-death dilemma facing spy Sam Hunter (Alias' former Mrs. Vaughn, Melissa George) in the new Cinemax series Hunted, from X-Files writer and producer Frank Spotnitz. In the drama, premiering on Friday at 10/9c, Sam returns to the agency she thinks betrayed her a year later in...