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10/13 Twitter Giveaway!

To celebrate yet another 10/13 under our belt, we want to hear why you love The X-Files so much!

Follow our twitter feed at @XFilesNews and send us a tweet telling us exactly that. Don't forget to include the hashtag #ItsAlways1013 on it. Entries will be counted until Midnight PST.

You can enter as many times as you want. One very lucky X-Phile will win one item of very cool X-Files Merchandise.

We can't wait to hear from you!

The 3rd Annual XFN Pumpkin Carving Contest

Alright guys, it's time to rewatch those Scully autopsy scenes because you're going to need to brush up on your carving skills.

The leaves are changing, there's a nip in the air, and that means it's time for the 3rd Annual XFN Pumpkin Carving Contest. 

So what are the rules?

  • No surprise here, but your pumpkin must be X-Files themed
  • You can submit a pumpkin that wasn't created for the contest, but not one you've submitted in years prior
  • Send a photo of your pumpkin to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by October 30th at 6pm PT
  • You can only submit one pumpkin per person

This year's special guest judge is the always lovely Annabeth Gish. And as with any contest, there will be a prize. What is it? Well the Truth is out there for now, but it will be announced in the coming weeks, and we promise that it will be awesome.

So snap on the latex and get slicing and dicing, Philes!

"Anatomy of Violence" - New Project for Gordon and Gansa

Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon, previous X-Files scribes and currently praised Homeland creators, have just sold a new pilot project to CBS.

Anatomy of Violence would be an FBI drama inspired on the non-fiction book by Adrian Raine titled The Anatomy of Violence: The Biological Roots of Crime. The book is set to hit the shelves in the following weeks.

According to TV Guide, the story follows "a female FBI agent who starts working with a mysterious psychiatrist with whom she shares a past connection."

Stay tuned for more news about casting and such when they become available.

Annabeth Gish Cast on FX's Pilot "The Bridge"

Annabeth Gish will portray Charlotte Millwright in FX's new pilot The Bridge. The project is being adapted by Meredith Stiehm from Homeland and Elwood Reid from Hawaii 5-0, based on the scandinavian series I Bron.

As described by THR, The Bridge presents the story of a pair of detectives from the U.S. and Mexico who work together to track down a serial killer operating on both sides of the American-Mexican border.

Gish's character is described as: "a wealthy ranch wife who is suddenly widowed when her older husband Karl suffers a heart attack while on the Mexican side of the border." 

Besides her, Demian Bichir (Weeds), Diane Kruger (Inglorious Basterds) and Ted Levine (Luck) have also been announced to be part of the cast.

Stay tuned for more news!

'Hunted' Opens Strong in the UK

From TV Wise,

New spy drama series Hunted premiered last night on BBC One and pulled in 4.5 million viewers and a 19% share in its 9pm time-slot. The series won the 9pm slot despite being up against competiton from ITV1′s Homefront (2.3 million total viewers/10% share) and the tenth season premiere of Red Dwarf on UKTV’s Dave channel, which drew in the second highest audience in the history of UKTV (1.5 million viewers/6% share).

We cannot wait until all of you have seen this show. Believe us, you'll be addicted from the beginning. For UK viewers, next episode airs October 11th at 9pm, London time.

Hunted premieres in the US on October 19th at 10pm on Cinemax. You can catch a sneak peek on Oct. 12th at 10:50pm.

To prevent spoilers, we will be posting the synopsis for each episode once it premieres in the US. If you're watching in the UK already and when it premieres in the Americas, don't forget to check in GetGlue to get special stickers, news and promotions from the show.

For more, follow Hunted on Twitter and Facebook.

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