The FOX network came on the scene in 1987. Since then the network was launched it has spun off many hit shows such as the original Beverly Hills, 90120, Ally McBeal, 24, and many more. One of the series that became a phenomenon was the sci-fi series The X-Files which ran on the network from 1993-2002. The series spawned two movies and ignited the careers of David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson.
This Sunday, Fox will be celebrating its quarter century anniversary and The X-Files will be one of the shows spotlighted during the event. David Duchovny, who played inquisitive agent Fox Mulder on the show, explains how The X Files changed his life. (Click on the audio player to hear David Duchovny)
A group of FOX’s most popular shows return for one evening as FOX’s 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL airs 8/7 Central on FOX.
Throughout its successful eight season run, House has received its share of acclaim, thanks to Hugh Laurie’s inspired work as the acerbic, exacting, and brilliant Dr. Gregory House. While Laurie is the face of the show, his fellow cast members have also been an integral element to House’s longevity. Laurie told us how much admiration he has for his fellow co-stars. (Click on the audio player to hear Hugh Laurie)
Jimmy Iovine was highly critical of Colton Dixon’s performances Wednesday night on “American Idol.”
So was the “Idol” mentor surprised when America’s vote eliminated Dixon from the competition?
After tonight’s results show, Fox All Access producer Jeff Axelrod spoke to Iovine to find out what he thought of the voting, and his candid assessment of whether this year’s crop of “Idol” contestants has any superstars in the making.
The Top 6 will perform Queen songs with the band’s Brian May and Roger Taylor on the “American Idol” performance show, next Wednesday night at 8/7c on Fox.
Time ran out for Colton Dixon on “American Idol” tonight. The 20-year-old’s performances of “Bad Romance” and “September” weren’t well-received by the judges or mentor Jimmy Iovine on Wednesday night, and the viewers agreed, sending him back home to Tennessee.
Should Dixon, whose performances up until last night generally got a lot of praise, have been punished for his one bad night?
Fox All Access producer Jeff Axelrod went backstage at “Idol” and caught up with judges Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, and Steven Tyler after the show to talk with them about Dixon’s elimination, and to find out if they think the audience is doing a good job of judging the contestants on their talent.
Next week, the Top 6 contestants — Hollie Cavanagh, Skylar Laine, Joshua Ledet, Phillips Phillips, Jessica Sanchez, and Elise Testone — get to sing the songs of Queen, with the band’s Brian May and Roger Taylor on hand as special guests.
The two-hour performance show airs Wednesday night at 8/7c, with the results being announced Thursday night at 8/7c on Fox.
Christina Milian, who started off in the industry as a pop singer and an actress (Love Don’t Cost a Thing, Be Cool), is trying her hand at television, as she currently serves as the Social Media Correspondent for The Voice. Milian is also working on her fourth album with rapper/producer Lil’ Wayne. We spoke to Christina Milian who gave us details on the new album. (Click on the audio player to hear Christina Milian)
Dick Clark’s passing was on the minds of many at Idol this week. While most of the contestants were a decade or two too young to remember American Bandstand, they clearly had an appreciation for Clark’s contribution to the music world - especially his ability to use TV to further inspire people’s love of music. We caught up with all of the contestants backstage after the show and asked them to tell us about the show, movie, or artist they remember inspiring them early in their lives. The variety of answers may surprise you. Check it out!
So the question now? Which of the American Idol contestants is inspiring you? Who do you hope makes it another week? Answers will be revealed tomorrow, so tune in Thursday at 8/7c on FOX to find out!
After carving out a solid career a veteran TV writer and producer of such shows Family Guy and Yes Dear, Greg Garcia reached new creative heights with his acclaimed show My Name Is Earl. He has achieved similar success with his Fox show Raising Hope, and his irreverent humor and vision is praised by cast member Martha Plimpton. The actress explains why the show, which also stars Garret Dillahunt and Lucas Neff, has a huge fan base. (Click on the audio player to hear Martha Plimpton)
Don’t miss the Raising Hope season finale tonight 9:30/8:30 central on FOX
For eight seasons, the doctors of “House” have delved into the issues of what it means to be human, raising questions about both morality and mortality.
And often, the answers have been left deliberately murky, leaving enough grey areas to encourage viewers to use their own grey matter and draw their own conclusions.
With the series soon drawing to a close, Fox All Access visited the set of “House” and asked its stars — Hugh Laurie, Robert Sean Leonard, Omar Epps, Peter Jacobson, Odette Annable, and Charlyne Yi — to tell us the one lesson about life they hope the show’s fans will take away from the series.
You know, aside from “Everybody lies.”
The final six episodes of “House” air Monday nights at 9/8c on Fox.
Who’s excited to see James Durbin return to the American Idol stage tonight?! The season 10 finalist is looking forward to performing his single, “Higher Than Heaven.” This past year has been such a whirlwind for James and he wants nothing more than to share every part of it with his fans. And his new album, “Memories Of A Beautiful Disaster,” does just that. It takes you on his journey. James Durbin stopped by the studio to talk about his album, his fans, how life has changed, his family and plenty more. James Durbin is a good dude and we wish him all the luck in the world!
Make sure to watch American Idol tonight @ 8/7c on FOX and hit us back with what you thought of James Durbin’s performance!
American Idol took viewers “home” on Wednesday night to give fans an idea of how each contestants’ hometown is reacting and rallying around their local “Idol” hero. While Colton, Elise, Hollie, Jessica, Joshua, and Phillip were all smiles at the support, it did leave them feeling a little homesick. We caught up the Top 7 after the show and asked them what they were missing… Some of the answers might surprise you.
The contestants may be missing home, but you can bet they’re not ready to go home. Tune in Thursday night and find out who’s going to get a remedy for homesickness that they don’t want. It all happens at 8/7c on FOX.