LOS ANGELES, Sept. 29 (UPI) -- Fox unveiled the official trailer for the upcoming X-Files revival series Monday.
In true X-Files fashion the new trailer came with a twist as the first part aired during Gotham while the second part appeared alongside Minority Report.
The first spot featured FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder played by David Duchovny reminiscing on the past and deciding if he should continue on his quest for the truth.
"In 2002, my investigation ceased, but my personal obsession did not," Mulder says in the trailer's opening voice-over. "Our work is key to everything. I can't do this alone."
As Mulder kicks around his iconic "I Want To Believe" UFO poster, he gives his loyal partner, FBI Special Agent Dana Scully played by Gillian Anderson, a call.
The second half continues right where the first one left off with the two main characters teaming up once again to uncover a new mystery that may involve a possible dead alien, seen in the new footage, being carried away by authorities.
Back in July, the first teaser trailer for the returning series was released featuring Mulder and Scully ready for action, while soldiers investigated a fallen spacecraft.
"It's going to be strange and fun [returning to the show]," Duchovny told People in May. "Thankfully, Gillian [Anderson] will be there, and we'll both [say], 'Are we really here doing this again? Are we really saying those words again?' At least we'll have each other."
The X-Files had a nine-season run from 1993 to 2002, and will return as a six-episode limited series Jan. 24, 2016. The program follows Mulder and Scully as they investigate unsolved and unexplained cases involving paranormal phenomena.