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.”
After five weeks of build-up, the season 10 revival of “The X-Files” came to a conclusion tonight, leaving many fans wondering, what’s next?
Arriving next year, the young-adult novels will be set in 1979, as 15-year-old Dana Scully and 17-year-old Fox Mulder experience life-changing events.
“The X-Files” revival is drawing to a close, and these new photos shine some light on which characters will be front and center in the finale.
Fox has released a new trailer for “The X-Files'” season finale — promising a culmination of the event series’ overarching conspiracy.
“Babylon,” the penultimate episode of the miniseries revival, marks the first appearance of the Lone Gunmen since 2002.
The next episode of “The X-Files” introduces “The Flash’s” Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose, as well as returning fan favorites, The Lone Gunmen.
Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose will be guest starring on “The X-Files,” and this new trailer introduces their characters, Agents Miller and Einstein.
“Home Again” sends Mulder and Scully on a murder investigation, as a city official is killed and the murderer appears to be not human.