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Rebooted Conspiracies: Review of the X-Files Revival So Far

  After a fourteen-year hiatus, “The X-Files” have been reopened for a special six-episode event on Fox, kicking off with a two-night special premier. Agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) are back investigating paranormal phenomena for the FBI, only this time their cases are more clandestine than before—the Files themselves are missing, and their assignments are ...

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“Believe it”: FOX Reopens “The X-Files”

  After rumors began circulating about the possibility of an “X-Files 3” movie, X-Philes everywhere wanted to believe. FOX’s announcement this week confirmed that the truth was indeed out there. Thirteen years after the last season of the show, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson confirmed that they will reprise their roles as Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. Anderson ...

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Gotham: The Penguin’s Umbrella

Yes, I know this is running a little later than usual.  What can I say, life happens.  Moving on… Now, ladies and gentlemen, this is how make a great episode!  Redemption, taking a stand, twists, turns, it’s got it all! We begin with everyone reacting to the revelation that Cobblepot is still alive.  Basically, the Falcone people, including Harvey Bullock ...

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Gotham Ep. 5 (Viper) Review

Gotham has been enjoying a fairly successful run this fall on Fox. After just the first few episodes, Fox felt confident enough to expand the first season from the initial to 16 episodes to a full run of 22; making it clear that Gotham is unlikely go the way of previous genre shows such as Firefly and more recently, Almost ...

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“Gotham” Premiere: Not the Review You Want, but the Review You Need!

A Batman show that’s not about Batman, yet still capitalizes on other well-known characters while focusing on an incarnation of Jim Gordon that’s rather different from what we’re used to. And Jada Pinkett-Smith is there for some reason. That’s pretty much what the pilot episode of Gotham is in a nutshell. The biggest problem of the episode is not necessarily ...

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John Rhys-Davies Egyptian Fantasy Series Cancelled…Before it Premieres

Back in April, Jay Johnstone talked to John Rhys-Davies at the Newcastle Film and ComicCon about his many projects including an upcoming FOX series, Hieroglyph. “…This one will be a winner!” Rhys-Davies proclaimed proudly in the Legendarium interview. Unfortunately for the Lord of the Rings star as Entertainment Weekly reports, Fox has decided to cancel the project before it airs. ...

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Fox releases "Gotham" Extended Trailer

It’s been mentioned for over a year. Teased. Hinted. Talked about. Well, it’s finally going to be a reality. Today Fox released the official extended trailer for their new urban crime television series, Gotham. Set in the city famous for being the home of the Caped Crusader, judging from the trailer the series will focus on the life of young ...

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Gotham is Looking for a Young Bruce Wayne

Reports have emerged from rumor mill that the Gotham TV series in development at Fox is casting for a young Bruce Wayne.  As has already been reported elsewhere, the series will focus on a younger James Gordon and with this latest development, we also here that the primary plot (at least initially) will be Gordon’s investigation of murder of Bruce’s ...

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Zorro Gets a Post-Apocalyptic Reboot…Maybe?

Most everyone knows who Zorro is even if they don’t know his real name (Diego de la Vega) or his horse’s name (Tornado) or the fact that Disney made a serial featuring Guy Williams (later of Lost in Space fame) as the caballero back in the late 1950s (and it was probably the best thing ever created in the history ...

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The Simpsons: "The Desolation of Homer"?

Check out this preview from The Simpsons as they spoof the Hobbit in their next episode. “Now the longest-running scripted show in television history, THE SIMPSONS reside in the town of Springfield. HOMER (Dan Castellaneta) works as a safety inspector at the local nuclear power plant; MARGE (Julie Kavner) tries to keep the peace in her family; BART (Nancy Cartwright) ...

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