David Duchovny & Gillian Anderson to Delve into THE X-FILES at Paley Center Panel in NYC
Scully and Mulder are back at it.
THE X-FILES' Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny are set to reunite for a panel at The Paley Center in New York City on Oct. 12. The panel, which acts as a celebration for the show's 20th anniversary, is described as: "The X-Files tapped into a new age of anxiety: at a time when radio talk-show hosts were spotting conspiracies behind almost every action emanating from the Clinton White House, the series immersed us in a mesmeric universe haunted by uncertainty, fear, and distrust, and presented two of television's most complex and enduring characters-FBI agents Fox Mulder (Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Anderson)-to navigate us through it."
The duo previously reunited in June at Comic-Con.
Tickets are on sale Sept. 27 at noon. To order, visit the event's official page.
Chris Carter's long-running sci-fi series THE X-FILES ran on FOX from 1993 to 2002. It starred Anderson as Scully alongside David Duchovny as FOX Mulder -- apair of FBI agents charged with investigating unsolved cases involving the strange and unexplained. By the time THE X-FILES aired its last episode, the series was the longest-running science fiction series in US TV history and won several Emmy and Golden Globe Awards.