The truth is out there and it's this: Fox is re-resurrecting "The X-Files."
Following last year's successful revival, the network announced Thursday that it has ordered a second chapter to "The X-Files" event series.
Stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny will once again reprise their roles as Dana Scully and Fox Mulder for the 10-episode installment, which will again be executive produced by creator Chris Carter.
Louis C.K. and FX reigned supreme among this year's Peabody Award winners for entertainment announced Thursday.
The cable network had two television series — Donald Glover's "Altanta" and Pamela Adlon's "Better Things" — among the seven entertainment programs honored by the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Louis C.K.'s independent television series "Horace and Pete" was also among winners. C.K. is a co-creator of "Better Things" and previously scored Peabody honors for his FX series "Louie."
Prince’s “Deliverance” will not be delivered — at least not on Friday.
A federal judge in Minnesota ruled late Wednesday that Ian Boxill, a songwriter and producer who planned to release a collection of previously unheard Prince songs this week, is not allowed to do so, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
In her ruling, the judge sided with the estate of the late pop singer, which argued that the “Deliverance” EP violated a contract Boxill had entered into that gave Prince sole ownership of any music they recorded together.
There's a new Bruce Springsteen song out, and it takes on President Trump.
“That’s What Makes Us Great” comes from Springsteen and his longtime friend and collaborator Joe Grushecky, who was inspired to write the tune after Trump was accused of mocking a disabled reporter and finally put pen to paper around the time the new president took office.
“I had this song, and Bruce and I had been talking,” Grushecky told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “I sent it to him and he liked it. I said, ‘What do you think about singing on it?’ He gave it the Bruce treatment.”
"I owe a lot to Bill O'Reilly," admitted "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert in his opening monologue. "I spent over nine years playing a character based largely on him -- and then 12 months in therapy to debloviate myself."
The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards will return to the best coast in August. The cable network announced Thursday that this year's ceremony will be held at the Forum in Inglewood on Aug. 27.
"The City of Inglewood welcomes the return of the MTV VMAs to the number 1 concert venue in California, the Forum,” said Inglewood mayor James Butts in a statement. "Once again, Madison Square Garden set the standard for both East and West Coasts."
The VMAs have split their locations between the two coasts for the last decade, specifically in New York City and the greater Los Angeles area. 2007 was the last time the awards eschewed the coast, landing instead in Las Vegas at the Palms Casino Resort.