So we had big plans to attend X-Fest but something came up...a baby! Please welcome Mackenzie, Carly's beautiful daughter. Newborns and conventions don't mix, but we will see you at the next X-Fest! In the meantime, please send us your fan submissions! We love hearing from fans around the world! Email your video to thexffiles25doc (at) gmail (dot) com
Anne Simon, the American biology professor and scientist, shares her experience as the science advisor on The X-Files.
William B. Davis sits down with Carly in Orlando, FL to discuss his role on The X-Files over the past 25 years.
Mr. Hardin Skypes with Carly and Lauren about The X-Files!
We recently chatted with Steven Williams about Mr. X and what it is like to be part of The X-Files universe! He is hysterical and had us cracking up the entire time! Audio clips coming soon.
Rough cut of our interview with Paul McCrane, who played Leonard Betts in the most-watched X-files episode ever!
Carly and Lauren FaceTime with Jerry Hardin from his LA home! Mr. Hardin played Deep Throat, the infamous informant in season 1 of The X-Files. Deep Throat exposes government secrets to Mulder as a way to atone for executing an extraterrestrial while in the CIA. He is murdered by an assassin but continued to appear in various flashbacks.
Mr. Hardin shared his experience filming The X-Files, stories from the set and how the show's writing really impressed him. Sneak peak video clip coming soon!
Mitch Pileggi shares his view on how The X-Files has influenced the television industry.
We have many more interview clips coming your way soon! Check back to the Blog for updates and follow us on Twitter @thexfiles25
Carly caught up with David Duchovny at Wizard World Chicago! They chatted about the show's impact on television and David had a message for the fans. Sneak peek video clip coming soon!
Carly and Lauren interviewed Paul McCrane! Paul played beloved 'monster' Leonard Betts in season 4, episode 12. It aired after Super Bowl XXXI and was the most watched episode of the series, receiving a Nielsen household rating of 17.2, being watched by 29.1 million people in its initial broadcast. Paul discussed his role and how he viewed the episode with his family after watching the Super Bowl. Video clip coming soon.