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Do you still believe? Do you still want to believe?

Well here's further proof that The X-Files really is coming back to television in January.

It's not as good as the full thing, but it's a whole heck of a lot better than the measly 15 seconds of trailer that FOX previously gave us.

And it's way better than when FOX wanted you to watch an ad before letting you see a few seconds of the upcoming six-episode miniseries.

So, are you ready? Can you wait?

If you need help remembering just what the hell was going on when the original series ended in 2002, what with the smoking man and the aliens and the what not, you can find that right here.

Enough of our yapping, get to watching!

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Vertigo Comics' Lucifer, was just picked up for a full season by Fox. Introduced in Neil Gaiman's Sandman, Lucifer quits hell and takes up residence in Los Angeles, where he helps the LAPD find criminals that need punishing.


Fox's X-Men spin-off, Deadpool is getting closer and closer, and finally we're getting a sense of which actors (and mutants) we can expect to appear in the final product. Take a look at the breakdown of Deadpool's cast of characters, and the eclectic cast taking the roles.

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Here's another rumored Superhero show to add to the mix, the X-Men may be coming to television. Apparently, Fox is already dead set on bringing the license to TV, but with no official announcement, there are no details. We know that X-Men: Apocalypse will be focusing on the First Class cast, maybe the show will center itself around the modern day students of Xavier's School For Gifted Youngsters.

What do you think? Is this too many superhero shows? Personally, I still can't get over Mutant X.

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