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'The X-Files' Executive Producer Frank Spotnitz On His Biggest Regret And Fondest Memories

Few people have as much insight into the rise and run of "The X-Files" as Frank Spotnitz. Spotnitz joined the show as a writer in its second season and worked as a writer/producer until the Fox drama ended its nine-season run. He rose to the level of executive producer, directed episodes of the show and worked on the "X-Files" movies that were released during and after the show's run. None of it was easy. Part of the reason an obscure show that aired on Friday nights rose to such heights of popularity and influence was because Chris Carter, the show's creator and executive producer, was a d ... [Continua a leggere]

'The X-Files' Turns 20: 'Breaking Bad' Creator On What He Learned From Mulder And Scully

On Sept. 10, 1993, a show called "The X-Files" premiered on Fox, and just over 20 years later "Breaking Bad" will air its series finale on AMC. Those events have a lot more in common than you might think. Vince Gilligan, the creator of "Breaking Bad," got his start in television by writing for "The X-Files." He was toiling away as a film writer and living in Virginia when a meeting with "X-Files" creator Chris Carter changed his life. "I learned everything I pretty much know about TV from 'The X-Files' and from working for Chris, and from working with ['X-Files writer/producers] Fran ... [Continua a leggere]

'The Fall': Gillian Anderson Returns To Investigative Roots (VIDEO)

Gillian Anderson is back at work investigating things on TV! This time, she's got a British accent, blonde hair and better fitting clothing (sorry, "X-Files") and she's teaming up with "The Good Wife's" Archie Panjabi for "The Fall." "The Fall" is the "X-Files," "The Good Wife" and "Once Upon a Time" crossover you dreamed about ... sort of. Anderson stars as Stella Gibson in "The Fall," a BBC2 drama about a serial killer and the investigator brought in to take him down, which also stars Panjabi and "Once Upon a Time's" Jamie Dornan. Allan Cubitt wrote the series. "'The Fall' is a unique, fo ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny Previews 'Californication' Season 5

It's been a long few years for David Duchovny. So long, in fact, that when "Californication" returns for its fifth season (Sun., Jan. 8 at 10:35 p.m. EST on Showtime) the show will jump ahead three years. Season 4 ended with the always drunk and sometimes charming writer Hank Moody driving off into the sunset, headed back to New York after his ex-wife Karen and daughter Becca left him alone to go on tour with her band. Duchovny served as an honorary guest-host Wednesday on "Live! With Kelly" (weekdays, syndicated on ABC) and previewed where the series will pick up this season. After sp ... [Continua a leggere]



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