The X-FilesThe truth is still out there, and Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) are reuniting to find it in "The X-Files" limited series revival.

Fox debuted the first full-length trailer last night, in two parts, during episodes of "Gotham" and "Minority Report." Although it doesn't give away much of the plot of the revival, the trailer gives us more glimpses of Mulder and Scully as they get back to the business of solving supernatural mysteries. "In 2002, our investigation ceased, but my personal obsession did not," Mulder says in the first part of the trailer.
While he's as determined and hard-charging as ever, Scully is careful and wary. "You are on dangerous ground here," she warns Mulder. Ahhh, these two — some things never change, and we're glad about that.

"The X-Files" revival brings back many of the original show's stars, including Mitch Pileggi as FBI assistant director Skinner; Annabeth Gish as Agent Monica Reyes; William B. Davis as the Cigarette Smoking Man; and Bruce Harwood, Tom Braidwood, and Dean Haglund as the Lone Gunmen.

The six-episode miniseries premieres Jan. 24, 2016 on Fox.

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The X-Files
FOXTV14September 10, 1993
Based on 35 critics

FBI special agents probe cases involving phenomena that defy conventional explanations. Read More