The X-Files May be Reopened.

     In a bit of a surprise FOX's CEO/co-chairman team of Dana Walden and Gary Newman gave a little surprise for us during the Television Critics Association press tour.  In a list of things they're attempting to reinvigorate old properties, including The X-Files.

     This revival of the series that ended in 2002 is currently in discussion at FOX.  As yet there are no confirmed details or official announcements other than the fact that the process has begun.  So far they've contacted both main stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as well as creator Chris Carter.  Walden has stated that there is a timing issue and that they won't move forward without Carter on board.  Still, though, that leaves fans with a little bit of that same hope Mulder always holds.  The truth is out there, and hopefully it lands right back on our televisions.
"We've had some conversations on X-Files and we're hopeful that we'll bring that back," Gary Newman.      
     In addition, Gillian Anderson had even told the Nerdist that she'd be "F***ing overjoyed" to reprise her role just a few days ago.  Things are looking good so far, even if it is only in the discussions phase.  Personally, I would very much like this to happen.  If they can get a good range of episodes including a couple like my favorites- "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" and "Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'"- I too will be "f***ing overjoyed."

     Source [ Comic Book Movie ]

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