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Posted on December 10th, 2012 by Gillian Anderson Online

BBC One’s 30 minute animated Christmas special Room On The Broom will premiere on Christmas Day (Tuesday December 25th) at 4:35pm, it has been announced.

Based on the children’s book by Juilia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, Room On The Broom tells the story of a kind witch who invites a surprising collection of animals to join her on her broom, much to the frustration of her cat. The gang ultimately saves the witch from a fearsome dragon, and in gratitude she rewards them with a magnificent new broom which has room for everyone. The 30 minute Christmas special is produced by Magic Light Pictures and features the voices of Simon Pegg (Star Trek), Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), Rob Brydon (Gavin & Stacey), Martin Clunes (Doc Martin), Sally Hawkins (Made In Dagenham), David Walliams (Little Britain) and Timothy Spall (Harry Potter).

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Posted on November 22nd, 2012 by Gillian Anderson Online

The creator of the spy series Hunted, which stars Australian actress Melissa George, has confirmed a second series will be produced.

“It’s sort of a spin-off,” writer and producer Frank Spotnitz told BBC Radio. “There’s going to be another series with Sam Hunter, but it’s going to be a different format to what we saw this year.”

Spotnitz also revealed that George, who won wide acclaim for her performance in the ABC drama The Slap, was not the first choice for the role of agent Sam Hunter.

The character was originally written with the former star of The X Files, actress Gillian Anderson, in mind.

The first series of Hunted was a co-production between the BBC and the HBO-owned US cable channel Cinemax.

The BBC confirmed last week it would not continue its involvement with the series, after less-than-stellar ratings in the UK.

In a media statement, Cinemax’s parent company HBO flagged it would look for ways to move the series forward without the BBC’s involvement.

Speaking to BBC Radio, Spotnitz said the second season had the green light, but the details were yet to be confirmed.

“I don’t know exactly how it’s all landing yet – this is one of the hazards of doing this international co-production thing, [but] I know we’re going forward,” he said.

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Posted on May 30th, 2012 by Gillian Anderson Online

Like many actors who spend years playing the same character year after year on television, Gillian Anderson hasn’t had the best of luck in the time since The X-Files finished its run back in 2002. While certainly a talented actress and worshiped by geeks worldwide, Anderson hasn’t had any where near the same kind of exposure in recent years as she had when she was playing Special Agent Dana Scully on the Fox network. That said, she may not be doing that many big projects, but she has been keeping busy, and that continues with I’ll Follow You Down, according to Deadline.

The site’s report says that the actress has landed a part in the science-fiction mystery, which already has Haley Joel Osment, Rufus Sewell and Victor Garber attached. The film is about a scientist named Gabriel (Swell) who goes on a business trip and disappears, leaving his wife (Anderson) and son (Osment) behind and everwondering what happened to him. Years later, however, The son and Gabriel’s father, finally discover just where Gabriel has gone. The movie is being directed and written by Mehta, who previously directed the film Amal. Anderson has a good number of things coming out in 2012, including the James Marsh-directed thriller Shadow Dancer, which co-stars Clive Owen and Andrea Riseborough, the UK miniseries The Fall, and the French film L’enfant d’en haut (aka Sister).

So Gillian Anderson is returning to the science-fiction genre? I’m not sure you’re going to hear a lot of complaints about that. Sadly it seems that her role in the movie is fairly small, and the whole thing sounds vaguely like Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (just replace Sewell with Michael Caine, Osment with Josh Hutcherson, Garber with Dwayne Johnson and Anderson with Kristin Davis). Hopefully a more detailed plot synopsis will come out soon and distance the two stories.

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Posted on May 28th, 2012 by Gillian Anderson Online

Exclusive: Back in February, UK broadcaster BBC Two ordered a new crime-drama series titled The Fall, with Gillian Anderson cast in the lead role. I now hear that BBC America is eyeing the five part series which I’m told would likely air as part of the network’s Dramaville lineup in either fall or winter, very close to the airing of the series in the UK.

While BBC America has yet to close any deals to bring the series to the US, I’m told that the network is very hot on acquiring the series given the star status of the two lead actors: Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) and Jamie Dornan (Once Upon A Time). PBS had largely been considered to be another possible US home for the series, though I hear that they are unlikely to acquire the series for their Masterpiece: Contemporary series.

The Fall was created by Alan Cubitt (Prime Suspect) and revolves around a PSNI (Police Service of Northern Ireland) investigation in Belfast into a string of Murders. After the PSNI are unable to make any progress on the case(s), Detective Superintendent Gibson, who is on secondment from London’s Metropolitan Police Service, arrives at the Belfast police station to review the murder investigation and close the case. The drama series stars Gillian Anderson as Detective Superintendent Gibson and Jamie Dornan as Paul Sector, a serial killer who is terrorising the city of Belfast.

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Posted on May 28th, 2012 by Gillian Anderson Online

BBC America is reportedly eyeing the upcoming drama series The Fall.

The series, starring X-Files actress Gillian Anderson, focuses on a serial killer on the loose in Belfast and the female detective superintendent in charge of the investigation.

According to TV Wise, BBC America is considering adding the upcoming series to its ‘Dramaville’ block later this year, which in the past has included shows like Luther and The Hour.

While no deals have been made to pick up the series yet, sources say that the network is very close to signing a deal for the five-part drama.

The Fall also stars Once Upon a Time actor Jamie Dornan, ex-Hollyoaks star Gerard McCarthy, Holby City’s Niamh McGrady, and Emmy-winning Good Wife actress Archie Panjabi.

Hollyoaks actors Emmett Scanlan and Karen Hassan have also signed on to star.

The Fall debuts this winter on BBC Two in the UK.

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Posted on May 13th, 2012 by Gillian Anderson Online

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Two FBI agents, Fox Mulder the believer and Dana Scully the skeptic, investigate the strange and unexplained while hidden forces work to impede their efforts.

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As the Russian conflict with Napoleon reaches its peak, five aristocratic families face the possibility of their lives being changed forever.

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Two hunters, one cold, deliberate and highly efficient and the other, a strong, athletic man with a wife, two children and a counselling job... one of them is a serial killer and one is a cop.

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