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’24’ TV show reboot in pipeline sans Jack Bauer

’24’ TV show reboot in pipeline sans Jack Bauer

The television series 24 is being rebooted by Fox, but won’t include the original show’s iconic main character Jack Bauer. The new series will be called 24: Legacy, and according to a new report the show’s producers are looking for an African-American actor to take over as main character. Fox has ordered a pilot episode for the reboot.

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You’re going to Mars, I went to NASA

You’re going to Mars, I went to NASA

I woke up at 5:30 AM after a string of nightmares about being left alone on a dusty red planet. Like a fool I'd eaten a gigantic piece of chocolate cake the night before while watching a set of tiny teaser clips of "The Martian" to mentally prepare for the next day. "It's OK," I told myself. "Stay calm. You're in Houston. You're on East NASA Parkway in the same hotel you'd checked in to the day before. Today you're going to go on a brief ride in a Mars rover and talk to an astronaut."

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Prison Break confirmed as Fox’s next show to return

Prison Break confirmed as Fox’s next show to return

It was only in January of this year that it was rumored Fox's hit shows X-Files and Prison Break might be making a return to the television airwaves, and we all know by now that the X-Files is on its way. Well, now Prison Break is getting its chance too, as Fox has confirmed the show will be getting a new 10-episode season. These two fan-favorites are following the path of 24, the first show that Fox brought back after its end, with the miniseries titled Live Another Day.

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FOX, NextVR to livestream US Open in VR style

FOX, NextVR to livestream US Open in VR style

FOX Sports is jumping into VR head first and it will be trying to make it big. Riding on the VR hype train, FOX has announced a partnership with virtual reality specialists NextVR to bring the US Open, which starts today, to the land of virtual reality. It will be first for many reasons. It will be the network's first time to broadcast the USGA event and it will be the first time that the sport will be livestreamed in this rather nascent, or resurging, medium.

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Your first look at Mulder and Scully in the X-Files reboot

Your first look at Mulder and Scully in the X-Files reboot

This morning the X-Files reboot - via Fox - showed one single photo of Scully and Mulder, the heroes of this picture. While we've seen recent photos, videos, and live appearances of both Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny in the recent past, we've seen neither of them together in costume. In costume for THIS role, that is to say. For X-Files fans like myself, this is a sort of return home. Back to a place where anything can happen, and you're made to want to believe.

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TiVo Online brings the TV recording solution to the web

TiVo Online brings the TV recording solution to the web

Subscribers to TiVo will soon find themselves able to connect via the web to recorded TV content with TiVo Online. DVR recordings of live TV streams will be given some wider breadth for viewing with TiVo Online, while the brand will also give users the option to connect to the shows they enjoy through alternate services. Click on the Simpsons, for example, and find links to Hulu and Fox. UPDATE: This service is up and running now, and provides services to both TiVo subscribers and those in search of an internet-based TV show and movie portal extraordinaire.

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X-Files 2016 return premieres on January 24th on Fox

X-Files 2016 return premieres on January 24th on Fox

This morning Fox announced that the X-Files would be premiering on the 24th of January, 2016. But wait a second, you might be saying - didn't I hear that the X-Files would be coming to Netflix or something? Didn't they say it'd be coming to the internet in the year 2015? Not so fast there Rumors McGee, that's not exactly what was ever officially stated. Here we're running down the details of when and where you're going to be able to see the real X-Files next (and probably last) season. It's going to be on Cable Television, first and foremost.

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Minority Report TV series coming to Fox this fall

Minority Report TV series coming to Fox this fall

Remember the popular 2002 movie Minority Report? Where a group of special people, known as precogs, could see the crimes of the future, and the police would prevent them from happening? Well, it's being adapted into a TV series and will debut on Fox channels this fall, minus Tom Cruise, of course. The show is described as taking place 10 years after the events of the film, which ended with Cruise's pre-crime unit broken up and the precogs freed. The story will focus on one of these precogs, who still has visions of the future, and a detective who makes use of the abilities.

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X-Files 2015 guide: catching up with Mulder and Scully

X-Files 2015 guide: catching up with Mulder and Scully

This week it's been confirmed by Fox and the original creator of the X-Files that a new series is about to be made. This new X-Files has tapped the original Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Agent Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) to return for a 6-episode mini-season. For those of you ashamed at having never watched the original series or similarly ashamed that you've forgotten the details, the following miniature guide with gifs is made just for the likes of you.

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Fox teases return of X-Files, Prison Break series

Fox teases return of X-Files, Prison Break series

Good news for X-Files fans wishing for the return of their favorite detectives of the supernatural, Mulder and Scully: Fox's television division has just said that it wants to see two of its popular series from the past make a return, and X-Files is being considered. This decision on Fox's part comes after the recent return of 24 with the Live Another Day miniseries, and how it proved popular with fans. One of the other shows potentially making a comeback is Prison Break.

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Fox tipped in “Minority Report” pilot order

Fox tipped in “Minority Report” pilot order

Have you been pining for Minority Report to come to television? The rumbles have been there, and now there's a new -- and very promising -- one that proves good news: Fox has reportedly given the go-ahead on a pilot episode, showing solid movement for a series with a lot of promise. This follows the network's purchase of the show back in September, and will hopefully lead to a full-blown series set as a sequel to the movies ten or so years after they took place.

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