Network executives are optimistic that Chris Carter, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will return for another “X-Files” miniseries.
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Hosted by the Smithsonian magazine, the science-focused event will also feature “Deadpool” director Tim Miller and a sneak peek as “12 Monkeys” Season 2.
Creator Chris Carter says the network is interested in more episodes, it’s just “a matter of figuring out how to get it done.”
Chris Carter chats with SPINOFF about how “X-Files” fits in the current TV landscape, and says there’s more story to tell beyond these six episodes.
“X-Files” creator and executive producer Chris Carter teases the conspiracies and mysteries at the heart of the show’s six-episode mini-series.
Stars Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, Mitch Pileggi, William B. Davis, and Robbie Amell celebrated the premiere of “The X-Files” revival together.
David Duchovny reveals which episode of the “X-Files” sequel series is his favorite, and says he’d be willing to come back for more.
“X-Files” actor Mitch Pileggi has opened up about his return as Skinner, and not being sure if creator Chris Carter would invite him back.
The two strands of “X-Files” storytelling each get their own moment in a look at the incoming TV return.
Series creator Chris Carter and co-star Mitch Pileggi discuss the upcoming six-episode revival, changing technology and conspiracies, and the possibility of even more “X-Files.”
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