Fox Open To Another 'The X-Files' Event Series; 'Bones' Future Not Certain
Fans of the long running FOX series Bones just had one question today. Will the series be coming back for a twelfth season?
It looks like two familiar series will be coming back to our television screens.
FOX has ordered the pilot 24: LEGACY, a potential new series installment of the groundbreaking and Emmy Award-winning drama franchise most recently revived as the event series 24: Live Another Day.
What would you do with a second chance at life? Would you relive your past mistakes? Would you try and atone for some of the things you’ve done in the past? It’s an interesting question and one of the themes explored in the new Fox series Second Chance which premieres Wednesday, January 13th at 9/8c.
Before the premiere of the upcoming X-Files 6-episode event series, Fox just released a 22-minute behind-the-scenes documentary that will make fans look forward to the series even more.
Being a surprise hit of the summer, Wayward Pines is now reaping the reward.
Fox has renewed its hit psychological thriller for a second season, it was announced today by David Madden, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company.
UPDATE (6:32pm)It seems we now know if Stallone will be involved with the Rambo television series. Deadline is reporting exclusively that Sylvester Stallone will not be involved with the project.
From Deadline, "Contrary to reports, Sylvester Stallone has opted not to participate in the planned Rambo television series in any way at all,” a spokesperson for Stallone said. Added Stallone, “I wish the others well with the project.”
First, we have Kevin Bacon returning to television with a reboot of his cult film Tremors and now Fox has announced another cult classic coming to the small screen.
The truth is still out there.
On October 9th, 2015, hundreds of lucky X-Files fans packed the main ballroom at the Javits Center for an exclusive screening of the first episode of the upcoming The X-Files event series followed by a panel and Q & A.
Morris Chestnut and company should be very happy today.
Fox has ordered a full season of the hit drama Rosewood, it was announced today by David Madden, President, Entertainment, FOX Broadcasting Company.