The X-Files Revival Will Keep the Original Opening Credits

Norman Weiss
TV Tattle

The X-Files revival will keep the original opening credits

Chris Carter wowed the audience last night when he screened the first episode of the Fox revival at the Mipcom television trade fair. They saw an opening credits that was the same as those that opened the 1993 pilot. “Those credits were on 202 episodes,” said Carter. "They belong on these next six.”


Ryan Murphy wants Lady Gaga for another American Horror Story season

Murphy today tweeted: "Lady Gaga is so brilliant in AHS Season 5 that yesterday I officially asked her to join Season 6. Say yes @ladygaga!"


ABC Family will rebrand itself as “Freeform” starting in January

ABC Family wanted to stop being mistaken for a family-friendly network, so Freeform was the best choice out of a pool of 3,000 contenders.


Lifetime has found its Toni Braxton

Actress Lex Scott Davis will play Braxton in the authorized Lifetime biopic Un-break My Heart.


Aubrey Plaza let Castle borrow her voice

The former Parks and Rec star revealed herself to be the voice behind home operating system "Lucy."


Bob Dylan starring in an IBM commercial

Watch the iconic singer converse with former Jeopardy! star Watson.


On tonight’s Fresh Off the Boat, 2015 Shaq plays 1995 Shaq

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iZombie to take on Real Housewives

Liv Moore will consume a Real Housewife’s brain in Season 2.


BBC America will show a stage performance of The Rocky Horror Picture Show

The two-hour performance from London’s Playhouse Theatre will honor the movie’s 40th anniversary.


“Scary” Lucille Ball statue inspires a mall’s haunted house

Chautauqua Mall's “Haunting at the Mall” display in New York will feature an actor playing the “Scary Lucy” statue.