Als die neunte und vorerst letzte Staffel der Kult-Mysteryserie "Akte X" über den Bildschirm flimmerte, musste FBI Special Agent Dana Scully eine der. Foto: Fox Broadcasting Co.. All rights reserved. Einer der großen Erfolgsgeheimnisse von „Akte X“ war in den 90er. Juni begannen die Dreharbeiten für sechs neue Folgen der Serie Akte X, in welcher Anderson wieder in die Rolle der Dana Scully schlüpft. Die.
„Akte X“: OMG! Mulder und Scully haben nach 25 Jahren endlich SexDana Scully (Gillian Anderson) ist eine junge FBI-Agentin, die den Auftrag bekommt, als Partnerin von Agent Fox Mulder dessen Arbeit zu überwachen. Die etwas andere Akte X-Reunion: Auf YouTube singt fast der war: Agent Mulder (David Duchovny) und Agent Scully (Gillian Anderson). Geburtstag der US-Erfolgsserie "Akte X - Die unheimlichen Fälle des FBI" kamen David Duchovny (Mulder) und Gillian Anderson (Scully) nach New York.
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User Reviews. More than actors auditioned for the role of Doggett, but only about ten were seriously considered. Lou Diamond Phillips , Hart Bochner , and Bruce Campbell were among the ten.
The producers chose Robert Patrick. Her character was developed and introduced due to Anderson's possible departure at the end of the eighth season.
Although Anderson stayed until the end, Gish became a series regular. Glen Morgan and James Wong 's early influence on The X-Files mythology led to their introduction of popular secondary characters who continued for years in episodes written by others: Scully's father, William Don S.
Davis ; her mother, Margaret Sheila Larken ; and her sister, Melissa Melinda McGraw. The conspiracy-inspired trio The Lone Gunmen were also secondary characters.
They were originally meant to appear in only that episode, but due to their popularity, they returned in the second-season episode " Blood " and became recurring characters.
Davis, was initially cast as an extra in the pilot episode. His character, however, grew into the main antagonist.
During the early stages of production, Carter founded Ten Thirteen Productions and began to plan for filming the pilot in Los Angeles. However, unable to find suitable locations for many scenes, he decided to "go where the good forests are" and moved production to Vancouver.
The season ended in May with "The End", the final episode shot in Vancouver and the final episode with the involvement of many of the original crew members, including director and producer R.
Goodwin and his wife Sheila Larken, who played Margaret Scully and would later return briefly. With the move to Los Angeles, many changes behind the scenes occurred, as much of the original The X-Files crew was gone.
New production designer Corey Kaplan, editor Lynne Willingham, writer David Amann and director and producer Michael Watkins joined and stayed for several years.
Bill Roe became the show's new director of photography and episodes generally had a drier, brighter look due to California's sunshine and climate, as compared with Vancouver's rain, fog and temperate forests.
Early in the sixth season, the producers took advantage of the new location, setting the show in new parts of the country.
The episode was largely filmed at "Club Ed", a movie ranch located on the outskirts of Lancaster, California.
Although the sixth through ninth seasons were filmed in Los Angeles, the series' second movie, The X-Files: I Want to Believe , was filmed in Vancouver,  According to Spotnitz, the film script was written for the city and surrounding areas.
The music was composed by Mark Snow , who got involved with The X-Files through his friendship with executive producer Goodwin. Initially Carter had no candidates.
A little over a dozen people were considered, but Goodwin continued to press for Snow, who auditioned around three times with no sign from the production staff as to whether they wanted him.
One day, however, Snow's agent called him, talking about the "pilot episode" and hinting that he had got the job. The theme, " The X-Files ", used more instrumental sections than most dramas.
After attempting to craft the theme with different sound effects, Snow used a Proteus 2 rackmount sound module with a preset sound called "Whistling Joe".
After hearing this sound, Carter was "taken aback" and noted it was "going to be good". He felt that after several revisions, something still was not right.
Carter walked out of the room and Snow put his hand and forearm on his keyboard in frustration. By doing so, he accidentally activated an echo effect setting.
The resulting riff pleased Carter; Snow said, "this sound was in the keyboard. And that was it. The production crew was determined to limit the music in the early episodes.
Snow was tasked with composing the score for both The X-Files films. The films marked the first appearance of real orchestral instruments; previous music had been crafted by Snow using digitally sampled instrument sounds.
Snow commented that the fast percussion featured in some tracks was inspired by the track "Prospectors Quartet" from the There Will Be Blood soundtrack.
The opening sequence was made in for the first season and remained unchanged until Duchovny left the show. The sequence was extremely popular and won the show its first Emmy Award, which was for Outstanding Graphic Design and Title Sequences.
Producer Paul Rabwin was particularly pleased with the sequence and felt that it was something that had "never [been] seen on television before".
The premiere episode of season eight, "Within", revealed the first major change to the opening credits.
Along with Patrick, the sequence used new images and updated photos for Duchovny and Anderson, although Duchovny only appears in the opening credits when he appears in an episode.
Carter and the production staff saw Duchovny's departure as a chance to change things. The replacement shows various pictures of Scully's pregnancy.
According to executive producer Frank Spotnitz , the sequence also features an "abstract" way of showing Mulder's absence in the eighth season: he falls into an eye.
Since Anderson wanted to move on, the sequence featured Reyes and Skinner. Duchovny's return to the show for the ninth-season finale, " The Truth " marked the largest number of cast members to be featured in the opening credits, with five.
The sequence ends with the tagline "The Truth Is Out There", which is used for the majority of the episodes. Most importantly it made great gains among the to age demographic sought by advertisers.
The show remained on Sunday until its end. The episode was viewed by It was the series' highest-rated season as well as Fox' highest-rated program during the —98 season.
The sixth season premiered with " The Beginning ", watched by The original series finale , "The Truth", attracted It's like the audience had gone away and I didn't know how to find them.
I didn't want to work to get them back because I believed what we are doing deserved to have them back.
This record was later surpassed by Stargate SG-1 in  and Smallville in The debut episode of the revival, "My Struggle", first aired on January 24, and was watched by In total, the season was viewed by an average of 5.
After several successful seasons, Carter wanted to tell the story of the series on a wider scale, which ultimately turned into a feature film.
He later explained that the main problem was to create a story that would not require the viewer to be familiar with the broadcast series.
Due to the demands on the actors' schedules, some episodes of the fifth season focused on just one of the two leads. The crew intended the movie to be a continuation of the season five finale " The End ", but was also meant to stand on its own.
The season six premiere, "The Beginning", began where the film ended. The film was written by Carter and Spotnitz and directed by series regular Rob Bowman.
In addition to Mulder, Scully, Skinner and Cigarette Smoking Man, it featured guest appearances by Martin Landau , Armin Mueller-Stahl and Blythe Danner , who appeared only in the film.
It also featured the last appearance of John Neville as the Well-Manicured Man. Although the film had a strong domestic opening and received mostly positive reviews from critics, attendance dropped sharply after the first weekend.
In November , Carter decided to pursue a second film adaptation. Production was slated to begin after the ninth season, with a projected release in December He planned to write the script over the summer and begin production in spring or summer for a release.
They're not necessarily going to have to deal with the mythology. Spotnitz co-authored the script with Carter. Filming began in December in Vancouver and finished on March 11, The film was released in the United States on July 25, In an interview with Entertainment Weekly , Carter said that if I Want to Believe proved successful, he would propose a third movie that would return to the television series' mythology and focus on the alien invasion foretold within the series, due to occur in December Metacritic , which assigns a rating out of reviews from mainstream film critics, reported "mixed or average" reviews, with an average score of 47 based on 33 reviews.
The website wrote of the critics' consensus stating; "The chemistry between leads David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson do live up to The X-Files ' televised legacy, but the roving plot and droning routines make it hard to identify just what we're meant to believe in.
In several interviews around the release, Carter said that if the X-Files: I Want to Believe film proved successful at the box office, a third installment would be made going back to the TV series' mythology, focusing specifically on the alien invasion and colonization of Earth foretold in the ninth-season finale, due to occur on December 22, On January 17, , Fox confirmed that they were looking at the possibility of bringing The X-Files back, not as a movie, but as a limited run television season.
Fox chairman Dana Walden told reporters that "conversations so far have only been logistical and are in very early stages" and that the series would only go forward if Carter, Anderson, and Duchovny were all on board, and that it was a matter of ensuring all of their timetables are open.
On September 24, , the first "wave" set of The X-Files VHS tapes were released. Wave sets were released covering the first through fourth seasons.
Ultimately twelve episodes—approximately half the total number aired—were selected by Carter to represent each season, including nearly all "mythology arc" episodes and selected standalone episodes.
These clips were later included on the full season DVDs. No Carter interviews appeared on DVDs for later seasons. Many of the waves had collectible cards for each episode.
All nine seasons were released on DVD along with the two films. The first five slim case versions did not come with some bonus materials that were featured in the original fold-out versions.
However, seasons six, seven, eight and nine all contained the bonus materials found in the original versions. In , four DVD sets were released containing the main story arc episodes of The X-Files.
The four being Volume 1 — Abduction , Volume 2 — Black Oil , Volume 3 — Colonization and Volume 4 — Super Soldiers.
The set also includes an additional disc of new bonus features and various collectibles, including a poster for the first film, a comic book, a set of collector cards and a guide to all episodes across all nine seasons and the first film.
Due to the fact that the set was released in , the second film, which was released in , is not included. Release of The X-Files ' seasons on Blu-ray , restored in high-definition, was rumored to begin in late These issues led to Fox offering corrected discs and eventually issuing new sets with the correct color balance.
The Lone Gunmen is an American science fiction television series created by Carter and broadcast on Fox, and was crafted as a more humorous spin-off of The X-Files.
The series starred the eponymous Lone Gunmen, and was first broadcast in March , during The X-Files 's month-long hiatus.
In August , Fox announced that an animated comedy spin-off series was in development. The X-Files was converted into a comic book series published by Topps Comics during the show's third and fourth seasons.
The initial comic books were written solely by Stefan Petrucha. According to Petrucha, there were three types of stories: "those that dealt with the characters, those that dealt with the conspiracy, and the monster-of-the-week sort of stuff".
Petrucha saw Scully as a "scientist [ It follows Mulder and Scully to Alaska as they investigate a series of murders that may be linked to vampires.
In , it was announced that The X-Files would return to comic book form with " Season 10 ", now published by IDW.
The series, which follows Mulder and Scully after the events of The X-Files: I Want to Believe , was released in June Joe Harris wrote the series, and Michael Walsh and Jordie Bellaire provided the artwork.
It was later announced that Carter himself would be the executive producer for the series and would be "providing feedback to the creative team regarding scripts and outlines to keep the new stories in line with existing and on-going canon.
In August , The X-Files Season 11 comic book began, also published by IDW. The 8-issue series served as a continuation of the TV show.
Chris Carter was the Executive Producer of the comic book series, while the issues were written by Joe Harris and illustrated by Matthew Dow Smith and Jordie Bellaire.
The X-Files received positive reviews from television critics, with many calling it one of the best series that aired on American television in the s.
Ian Burrell from the British newspaper The Independent called the show "one of the greatest cult shows in modern television". Ratings improved every year for the first five seasons, while Mulder and Scully's believer-versus-skeptic dynamic created a TV template that's still in heavy use today.
In and , The X-Files ranked 2 on TV Guide ' s "Top Cult Shows Ever". The X-Files has been criticized for being unscientific and privileging paranormal and supernatural ideas e.
For instance, in , Richard Dawkins wrote that " The X-Files systematically purveys an anti-rational view of the world which, by virtue of its recurrent persistence, is insidious.
The pilot episode was generally well received by fans and critics. Variety criticized the episode for "using reworked concepts", but praised the production and noted its potential.
Of the acting, Variety said "Duchovny's delineation of a serious scientist with a sense of humor should win him partisans and Anderson's wavering doubter connects well.
They're a solid team Series kicks off with drive and imagination, both innovative in recent TV. The following four seasons received similar praise.
During the show's second season, Entertainment Weekly named The X-Files the "Program of the Year" for , stating "no other show on television gives off the vibe that The X-Files does".
The review highlighted " The Host ", " Duane Barry " and " Ascension ", the cliffhanger finale " Anasazi ", the "unforgettable" " Humbug " and meeting Mulder and Scully's families in " Colony " and " One Breath ".
Club argued that the third season of The X-Files was the show's "best season and maybe one of the greatest TV seasons of all time", noting it was consistent and "[swung] from strength to strength" between mythology and stand-alone episodes.
After the film, the show began to receive increasingly critical reviews. Some longtime fans became alienated during the show's sixth season, due to the different tone taken by most stand-alone episodes after the move to Los Angeles.
Some fans felt there was no coherent plan to the main storyline and that Carter was "making it all up as he goes along". Club noted that while most of the first eight seasons of The X-Files was "good-to-great", the seventh season of the show was "flagging" and possessed "significant problems".
The show's eighth season received mixed to positive reviews from critics. The A. Club noted that the eighth season was "revitalized by the new 'search for Mulder' story-arc".
Sturgis commended the eighth season, praising Anderson's performance as Scully as "excellence" and positively wrote that Doggett was "non-Mulderish".
The ninth season received mixed to negative reviews by critics and garnered negative reaction from many long-time fans and viewers.
Sabadino Parker from PopMatters , called the show "a pale reflection of the show it once was". Club listed the ninth season and the film The X-Files: I Want to Believe as the "bad apple" of The X-Files franchise, describing the ninth season as "clumsy mish-mash of stuff that had once worked and new serialized storylines about so-called 'super soldiers'".
The revival of the show was met with mixed reviews; the first and last episodes were met with lukewarm to negative reviews from critics, whereas episodes two through five were generally well received.
Club calling it an "instant classic". The site's consensus reads, "Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny's chemistry remains intact, but overall, The X-Files revival lacks the creative spark necessary to sustain the initial rush of nostalgia.
The eleventh season received positive reviews from critics. Review aggregator Metacritic gave the season a score of 67 out of based on 18 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".
The site's consensus reads, "Though it may not make many new believers, The X-Files return to business as usual is a refreshing upgrade from the show's underwhelming previous outing".
The X-Files received prestigious awards over its nine-year run, totaling 62 Emmy nominations and 16 awards. The following year, the show won five Emmys out of eight nominations, including Darin Morgan for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series.
In , The X-Files won three awards out of twelve, including Gillian Anderson for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. News Akte X Staffel 12 Episodenguide Sendeplan im TV Newsletter.
Akte X Staffel Mai Ist Guy der Mörder, den sie suchen? Tags: D. Der versammelte "Akte X"-Cast und einige der Köpfe hinter der Kamera haben eine Spendenaktion gegen Corona gestartet, die beinahe so mysteriös wie die Erfolgsserie selbst daherkommt.
Bei der Reunion für den guten Zweck handelt es sich um eine unheimliche Begegnung der musikalischen Art, die auf YouTube unter dem Titel "Song In The Key of X - The X-Files" zu bestaunen ist.
Ihre gemeinsame Aufgabe: Das berühmte Titellied der Serie a-cappella einzusingen und gar mit einem Text zu versehen.
Gesagt, getan Alle sind sie da, von Mitch Pileggi 68, FBI-Chef Walter Skinner über Nicholas Lea 58, Agent Alex Krycek und Robert Patrick 61, Agent John Doggett bis hin zu Cary Elwes 57, Direktor Brad Follmer.
So auch "Breaking Bad"-Schöpfer Vince Gilligan 53 , der als Drehbuchautor, Produzent und Regisseur für "Akte X" tätig war. Ungelöste Mysterien.
Gruselige UFOs. Fälle, die zu den Akten gelegt wurden. Kämpfe, wenn du dich traust. Insgesamt 33 Mitwirkende der Serie, die von bis ausgestrahlt wurde, zwei Kinofilme hervorbrachte und ab mit zwei weiteren Staffeln ihr Comeback feierte, haben an der Aktion teilgenommen.