The X-Files reunion: Cast and crew sing the iconic theme for charity

The X-Files cast and crew reunited to perform the iconic show’s theme song to raise funds for World Central Kitchen.

The X-Files cast and crew reunited for a special one-time video event. Chris Carter, David Duchovny, Mitch Pileggi and thirty other familiar faces came together to sing the show’s iconic theme song and raise money for World Central Kitchen.

This hilarious reunion provided fans with a much-needed respite from COVID-19 doldrums and political debates. According to Deadline, Mark Snow’s recognizable instrumental was given lyrics by two faithful viewers of the show, Jennifer Large and Rebecca MacDonald.

Of course, in keeping with social distancing protocol, everyone appeared remotely. Unfortunately, one important individual was notably absent from the fun. Gillian Anderson a.k.a. Dana Scully was nowhere to be found…for the vocal portion of the program.

However, keep your eyes peeled because she may have shown up later. It was great to see the characters we know and love from all 11 seasons of the series. Take a look at the impressive roster of talent that participated in this fundraiser:

  • Gillian Anderson
  • Rob Bowman
  • Tom Braidwood
  • Chris Carter
  • William B. Davis
  • David Duchovny
  • Cary Elwes
  • The Enigma
  • Vince Gilligan
  • Annabeth Gish
  • Howard Gordon
  • Jeff Gulka
  • Dean Haglund
  • Laurie Holden
  • Karin Konoval
  • Bruce Harwood
  • Nicholas Lea
  • Michelle MacLaren
  • Melinda McGraw
  • Michael McKean
  • Darin Morgan
  • Chris Owens
  • Robert Patrick
  • James Pickens Jr.
  • Mitch Pileggi
  • Zuleikha Robinson
  • Gabe Rotter
  • John Shiban
  • Stephen Snedden
  • Mark Snow
  • Frank Spotnitz
  • Rebecca Toolan
  • James Wong

For those out there who aren’t familiar with World Central Kitchen, this non-profit organization provides nutritious meals to children and families who are struggling to meet their basic needs. If you are interested in donating to this worthy initiative, click on this link.

Former executive producer of The X-Files, Frank Spotnitz produced this enjoyable video along with Avi Quijada who also edited the effort.

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If you love bloopers, click here to view the reel. You can stream the show on Hulu, Amazon, iTunes, VUDU, YouTube, Google Play and BBC America.

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