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During this week's NBC/Universal Summer Press Day, David Duchovny was on hand to promote his upcoming series "Aquarius," a drama which is set two years before the Tate-LaBianca murders. Created by John McNamara ("In Plain Sight"), the show features Duchovny as Sam Hodiak, a homicide detective who's searching for the missing daughter of an ex-girlfriend.

Along with discussing his work on "Aquarius" and his new ventures as a singer-songwriter (his debut album "Hell or Highwater" comes out May 12), the actor also talked about returning to "The X-Files" for a 6-episode run as the enigmatic and inquisitive Fox Mulder.

"It's important that (Mulder is) not the exact same guy. He's 22 years older than when we first met him - so his character is the same. He's not gonna have a French accent all of a sudden. He's a little older."

The video version of David Duchovny's response is below:

Our separate post on David Duchovny, which features more material on "The X-Files" and his new album can be found in the following link.


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