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‘The X-Files’ Revival Series to Premiere at New York Comic Con with David Duchovny

Three months before its January premiere, “The X-Files” is heading to New York Comic Con for the nationwide debut of the hotly anticipated Fox revival series.

Following the advanced screening of the premiere episode, titled “My Struggle,” NYCC will host a Q&A session with star David Duchovny and creator Chris Carter. The panel will be moderated by “Silicon Valley” star Kumail Nanjiani, who will guest star in Fox’s “X-Files” revival series.

The screening and panel will occur Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Javits Center in Manhattan.

In addition to “The X-Files,” the east coast version of Comic Con will also welcome 20th Century Fox shows “Minority Report,” “Sleepy Hollow,” Lookinglass” and “Bordertown.” Details are as follows:

“Bordertown:” Fox’s animated laffer from Seth MacFarlane will be at NYCC on Oct. 11 for an advanced screening of the series and Q&A with voice actors Hank Azaria, Alex Borstein and Nicholas Gonzalez, plus exec producers Mark Hentemann and Lalo Alcaraz.

“Minority Report:” The cast and creatives — stars Stark Sands, Meagan Good, Nick Zano, Wilmer Valderrama, Laura Regan, showrunner Kevin Falls and creator Max Borenstein — will present an exclusive screening of a new episode of Fox’s fall sci-fi thriller, followed by a panel on Sunday, Oct. 11.

“Lookinglass:” Frankenstein-inspired series also hits Con for the first time on Oct. 11 with star Rob Kazingsky and exec producers Howard Gordon and Rand Ravich for an advanced screening of the upcoming Fox action-drama, followed by a Q&A.

“Sleepy Hollow:” Also on Oct. 11, the fan-favorite show returns to NYCC for the third consecutive year. The cast and exec producers will be on hand for a screening and Q&A, giving tidbits on the new cast members for the season, plus what’s to come in upcoming episodes.

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