Wednesday, February 20, 2002
DAVID DUCHOVNY TO RETURN FOR THE TWO-HOUR SERIES FINALE OF 'THE X
FILES' MAY 19
Duchovny Also Slated To Direct One of Show's Final Episodes
David Duchovny will reprise his role as FBI Agent Fox Mulder when he
stars in the two-hour series finale of THE X-FILES Sunday May 19
(8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
In true X-FILES fashion, story details for the remaining episodes of
the series are under tight wrap. The final five episodes will begin to
provide highly anticipated answers to many of the show's most-asked
questions, culminating in the two-hour finale in which Agent Mulder is
reunited with Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) after having gone missing
for the past year. Also, the final episodes of the series will examine
many of the pieces involved in the long-running mythology that has
continued throughout the show's nine seasons. The series finale is being
written by series creator and executive producer Chris Carter and
directed by co-executive producer Kim Manners.
In addition to appearing in the two-hour series finale, Duchovny is
also confirmed to direct THE X-FILES episode scheduled to air Sunday,
April 28 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT), which is based on a story idea he co-wrote
with Carter and executive producer Frank Spotnitz.
(Webmaster's note: The story for Untitled 9X17 is by David Duchovny,
Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz. Carter will write the teleplay. Mulder
will not appear in the episode.)
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