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The X-Files will return for season 11 in 2018

Broadcaster Fox will aim for more episodes than in season 10

By MATT KAMEN




Conspiracy theories never die, they percolate in the public subconscious, reform, and spark new twists years later.

We could be discussing the endless debates about Moon landings or who shot JFK, but we're not - we're talking about The X-Files, which is set to return for another season.

Entertainment Weekly reports that US network Fox - which aired the original run of the sci-fi series from 1993 to 2002, and revived it for six more episodes last year - is "very close" to bringing it back for an 11th season.

Speaking at the Television Critics Association winter tour, Fox President David Madden said: "A lot of conversations are going on — as you can imagine, these conversations are complex." The biggest challenge surrounds the schedules of series leads Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, and lining up production for the pair to return.

News of the renewal shouldn't come as a huge surprise. As far back as last February, series creator Chris Carter said he was confident more episodes would follow.

At the time, just as the 10th season aired, Carter said Fox would "ask for more," adding "the ratings were very good. They were happy with the show." Ratings were very good indeed - The X-Files proved one of Fox's biggest ratings hits last year, and excitement for the series echoed internationally.

Madden also hopes to have more episodes for the next run, though it's unlikely The X-Files season 11 will stretch to the full complement of 22 episodes per year that it traditionally used to. That's not necessarily a bad thing - some of the highest quality television in recent years, such as Westworld and Game of Thrones, have shorter but higher budget seasons.

However many episodes the returning show does get, Madden is aiming for a 2018 premiere.

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Will The X-Files season 11 renewal come before May upfronts?

March 5, 2017



Over the past year or so, it feels as though we’ve made one thing very clear: Our eagerness to have an X-Files season 11 renewal. There are probably millions of people right there with us.

Specifically, if you think about it’s probably hard to fine many people who aren’t eager over the idea. Just remember for a minute or two here that both Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny have both expressed a willingness in coming back, and Fox certainly loved the ratings. It fared far better than the recent 24: Legacy has, and with the jury still out on Prison Break for later this year, the network really has to take advantage of whatever opportunities that it can to bring viewers to the network.

So why the holdup now? It’s really a combination of three different things.

1. Schedules – You obviously have to figure out the right time in which to film it, let alone the right time for Chris Carter / the writing team to work on it. This is stuff that isn’t figured out in a day, especially since David and Gillian have other projects that they’re working through on a near-regular basis.

2. Episode Count – Let’s make it clear that it was great to even have a season 10, something that previously didn’t seem possible. Yet, it was also really short. Duchovny has expressed an interest in more, so this may be about hammering out the finer details there. For us, we would argue that it be somewhere between eight and ten, max. You don’t want to do so many that you start to burn people out.

3. Money – Hey, it’s a business. You have to figure out a way that everyone gets paid and the budget is set right.

One other hidden factor here could be urgency, mostly because of the fact that there isn’t one. Fox’s upfronts are not until May, and with that, maybe they don’t feel the need to be too pressing on making this happen in the next month or so. Yet, you do want to act before you get too close to May; then, time starts ticking away and next thing you know, we’re left wondering if we will get another season in the 2017-18 season at all like so many people hoped.

Personally, we think that we’ll hear about another season by the end of May. Do you? Share some of your thoughts in the comments! (Photo: Fox.)


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The X-Files: Season 11 Is A Sure Thing!

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Well, at least according to "TVlines Renewal Scorecard 2017" they have listed The X-Files Season 11 as a "sure thing". So, let's allow ourselves to get excited for a moment because it feels like we've been waiting forever for a new season.


Gillian Anderson has just recently told BBC Radio in a radio interview that they are talking about a new season of The X-Files at the moment.

Listen to what she had to say: Gillian Anderson on BBC Radio

At the end of February she quite vaguely answered questions regarding a new season during red carpet interviews at the premiere for Viceroy's House in London.



Now it seems that we do have a reason to get excited. We are still waiting for an official confirmation by FOX and hopefully we'll get some more information during the FOX Upfronts on May15 the latest!


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The X-Files season 11: What would ratings expectations be?

March 18, 2017



Even though The X-Files season 11 still is not a thing, we remain optimistic that it will be. Why wouldn’t Fox want it? Not only that, but why wouldn’t some of the people associated with the series want to continue to be a part of it? This remains one of the best science fiction series of all time, it’s a great platform for Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, and it’s something that they only have to work on once every couple of years. There’s no requirement that they remain committed to it year in and year out.

Fox has indicated already that the show will be back, so the question we have to ponder over now is this: What should they expect from its ratings? We’re not sure that Fox has ever needed the numbers more than they do right now. Let’s put it this way — Lethal Weapon is their #2 rated show of the 2016-17 season in terms of scripted dramas. It averaged a 1.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Even when you remove from the equation the performance of the episode that aired after the NFC Championship Game in 2016, The X-Files still averaged over a 2.5 rating for the five episodes that followed. That’s huge. It’s not that far off from what some episodes of their #1 show Empire drew in the fall.

If they were to bring Mulder and Scully back, we do think that it’s easy to imagine scenarios where you do end up getting the show return and pull in a 2.0 rating regularly. We don’t expect it to generate the same ratings that it once did — those expectations feel a little bit hard to match given there was such a long layoff between seasons last time — but if The X-Files season 11 drew above a 2.0 Fox would probably air the show however long Duchovny and Anderson wanted to do it. Think about it — there’s a super-small cast that they would need to pay, and the orders are short enough that audiences don’t get tired of it.

With 24: Legacy floundering and unlikely to return pending some dramatic improvement, our feeling is that the season 11 revival will be announced later this spring, and it will air next year at around the same time it did last year. There’s no reason to do anything else.

When there is more news on The X-Files season 11, rest assured that you’re going to find it over at the link here! (Photo: Fox.)


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The truth is still out there! When will The X Files return?

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The truth is still out there! When will The X Files return?

Simon-Timblick 3:36pm - Sat, March 25

A year after The X Files finished on a cliffhanger, fans are still waiting to find out if FBI Agents Mulder and Scully have survived that shock ending!



When The X Files revival aired on Channel 5 last year, the series ended on a cliffhanger. Unfortunately fans wanting to know if FBI Agents Mulder and Scully have survived a deadly virus and the arrival of a menacing spacecraft will have to wait a while longer to find out…



Although talks are underway with series stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson and creator Chris Carter to bring The X Files back for another run, unfortunately it doesn’t look like the sci-fi series will go back into production again this year.

“It’s not for lack of trying,” says a show spokesperson. “It’s just very difficult for them to easily find the time to do this. Gillian lives in London, she has young children. Coming to Vancouver for three or four months of filming is not easy for her, particularly when she has other work commitments. David can be available, and then something big can come along for him. So it’s not easy to find time. We would love to do it again, and I believe there will be a time when it happens.”

In the meantime, David can soon be seen reprising his role of transgender FBI Agent Denise Bryson in the return of the cult 90s drama, Twin Peaks. And Gillian has been out and about promoting her new book, We: A Manifesto For Women Everywhere.

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'The X-Files' Season 11 Update To Be Released Soon After David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson Series Exits Netflix Lineup?

Will Fox make an announcement about "The X-Files" Season 11 now that the classic series will no longer be available for streaming on Netflix?

12:09 PM EDT 3/27/2017


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Fans have been waiting for any updates on "The X-Files" Season 11, which is still expected to premiere next year. But is it possible that Fox will make a new announcement about the David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson series in the next month? After all, the first nine seasons of the classic show will be removed from the Netflix lineup in April. Could there be news about Fox Mulder and Dana Scully's next case?

The Mary Sue has recently reported on Netflix's incoming and outgoing lineup, revealing that the first nine episodes of "The X-Files" will be removed from the streaming giant's list on April 1. The David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson series is not the only classic that will no longer be available on the network, as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" Seasons 1-7 and "Firefly" will be exiting as well. This is certainly bad news for Mulder and Scully fans, but could it also mean that Fox will have some news about "The X-Files" Season 11 soon?



Fox has been very hopeful about releasing another season of "The X-Files". The network has been optimistic that creator Chris Carter, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson would be on board for "The X-Files" Season 11. However, the "American Gods" actress has also claimed that the series "is finished" and should end with the tenth season, as per Reuters. Nevertheless, fans are hoping to see more of Mulder and Scully, especially after Season 10 concluded with a major cliffhanger.

In the last moments of "The X-Files" Season 10 finale, Scully realized that her son William was nowhere to be found while Mulder has become very sick. Just as she promised Mulder that she will create a cure for him, several large spaceships appeared overhead. The episode then concluded with a tight closeup of Scully's eye. Hopefully, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson would agree to return for "The X-Files" Season 11 so fans will learn what happened to Mulder and Scully.




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'The X-Files' Season Season 11 Could Feature David Duchovny Playing Both Mulder And Scully, Gillian Anderson Not Returning? [PHOTO]
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The future of "The X-Files" Season 11 might be uncertain but that doesn't mean that fans can't find some humor while waiting for the return of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. A truly inspired joke has poked fun on David Duchovny's appearance in the "Twin Peaks" revival. At the same time, it teases on the possibility that Gillian Anderson might not be back in the Fox series.

It has recently been confirmed that David Duchovny would reprise his role as DEA agent Dennis/Denise Bryson in the highly anticipated "Twin Peaks" revival. Fans even got a glimpse of how the "Californication" actor would look like when the series airs on Showtime in May. The image of Duchovny in an outfit that Scully would normally wear immediately had fans making Mulder in drag jokes all over social media. One Twitter user @andymannion777 even pointed out that producers might decide to have the actor play both characters in "The X-Files" Season 11.


Due to budget cutbacks, David Duchovny is playing Mulder & Scully in the next season of The X-Files. pic.twitter.com/sWE8UlckHV


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It might seem like all fun and jokes right now, but there are true concerns about Scully's appearance in the Fox series. After all, Gillian Anderson has been very vocal about not wanting to revisit the show after the recent revival, as per Reuters. Although it looks like David Duchovny and creator Chris Carter are on board for "The X-Files" Season 11, the "American Gods" star might need some more convincing. Hopefully, Anderson will change her mind and come back to help shed light on the previous season's shocking cliffhanger.

It is still unclear whether David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will work on "The X-Files" Season 11 anytime soon, but fans are hoping to get an update. CeleBeat has previously reported on the possibility that Fox will make an announcement about the series since the first 9 seasons will no longer be available for streaming on Netflix starting April 1.

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'The X-Files' Season 11 Possibly Delayed? Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny Not Returning As Mulder And Scully Until 2019

Will Mulder and Scully return when "The X-Files" Season 11 possibly premieres in 2019?

9:56 AM EDT 4/15/2017 by Anya Bell, Celebeat Reporter


Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny of "The X-Files"

There is much concern about "The X-Files" Season 11 especially after Gillian Anderson stated that she believes that there shouldn't be a follow-up to last year's revival. However, fans continue to hope that the series will continue after a possible delay. Could Anderson reunite with David Duchovny sometime next year? Will Fox Mulder and Dana Scully return in "The X-Files" Season 11 in 2019?

There is little doubt that Fox is still hoping for another season of "The X-Files". After all, the series still needs to address what happened to Mulder and Scully in the recent revival, which concluded with the arrival of alien spaceships. But will Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny actually find time to work on "The X-Files" Season 11 despite being busy with their own shows? Both actors might be too busy for a physical appearance anytime soon but Mulder and Scully are still set for more supernatural cases in 2017.

According to Deadline, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny will reprise their roles as Dana Scully and Fox Mulder this summer. However, it will not be for "The X-Files" Season 11. Anderson and Duchovny have lent their voices to an audio production of the graphic novel "The X-Files: Cold Cases", which follows some of the FBI's possibly supernatural unsolved mysteries.

But when exactly can fans expect "The X-Files" Season 11 air date? CeleBeat has previously reported that Fox might make an announcement about the series when the first 10 seasons of "The X-Files" will be removed from the Netflix lineup this April. Unfortunately, there have been no updates yet and there are speculations that the network is still waiting for Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny's schedules to be less hectic. Anderson will appear in "American Gods" while Duchovny is part of the upcoming "Twin Peaks" revival. Hopefully, Mulder and Scully will be back by late next year or early 2019.


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'The X-Files' season 11 all set for 2018 - new characters might be introduced

Aside from Dana and Fox, new and younger characters are expected to be revealed in the upcoming season.



"The X-Files" season 11 has been a bit of a riddle in the past months mainly because the showrunners seemed to be playing hide and seek with regards to the series' developments. The fans of the long-running series have been waiting patiently for any major updates such as cast, air date, plot and other pertinent details. In the last quarter of 2016, the creator of the series himself, Chris Carter, has confirmed that FOX has already given the green light for season 11. As expected, #gillian anderson and David Duchovny, who play the roles of Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, are still part of the series. However, a new bunch of characters is also expected to be unveiled as the episodes will be catered to keep up with modern times.

That said, who could be the new members of "The X-Files" season 11 cast? Will this be the final season for one of the TV's longest-running series? Or are the showrunners planning a spinoff?

New branding for new season

According to reports, the showrunners are planning to think outside the box for "The X-Files" season 11. In line with that, it would be logical to come up with brand new adventures for Dana and Fox, which would roughly mean that some episodes will definitely be unlike any other episode in the past.

For a series that has been on-air since 1993, it would be quite a feat for its writers to come up with new and far-flung plot episodes since almost everything supernatural-related could have been covered already. However, according to series insiders, this is where the new batch of actors and actresses come in. Dana and Fox's role have been too stereotyped in the franchise and will be difficult to sway. The newbies, on the other hand, can be given roles that will add a whole new twist to the series.

'The X-Files: Cold Cases' coming in July 2017

For the diehard fans of the series who can't seem to conceal their excitement for the return of Dana and Fox on the small screen, there's a treat waiting for them in July. However, it can only be considered as a consolation prize or an appetizer, since "The X-Files: Cold Cases" is only an audio drama with the full-cast reprising their roles by lending their voices.

The said audio drama is reportedly a very crucial part of "The X-Files" season 11 because it serves as an explanation or a background why Dana and Fox are back again. Just like the protagonists of the series, friends and foes from the past are also expected to make a reappearance in the upcoming mini-revival.




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The X-Files returns! Fox orders second installment

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The truth is still out there…

Fox has ordered a second installment of The X-Files event series, the network announced Thursday.

The new 10-episode installment will feature David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their roles as FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, respectively, while creator Chris Carter will be back as an executive producer.

“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows,” said David Madden, president of Fox. “And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide. Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files.

The series, which originally debuted in September 1993 for a nine-season run, returned in 2016 for a six-episode revival that drew an average multi-platform audience of nearly 16 million viewers, becoming last season’s No. 2 broadcast drama.


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The news of another installment comes as no real surprise. At the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour, Madden told reporters that while the deal-making is “complex” on the show due to the schedules of Duchovny and Anderson, the network expected “to have an announcement shortly.” Madden also noted there would likely be more episodes — true to his word, there will be 10 hours, versus the first installment’s six.

Production on The X-Files is set to begin in summer, with the event series airing sometime during the 2017-2018 season.


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Post by jade1013 on Thu 20 Apr - 16:27

‘X-Files’ to Return With New Episodes Starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson

10 episodes of second installment of revival series ordered by Fox

Linda Ge | April 20, 2017 @ 4:15 PM



Fox has ordered 10 new episodes of “The X-Files,” the broadcast network announced Thursday.

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will reprise their roles as FBI agents Mulder and Scully, respectively, while creator Chris Carter will return as showrunner and executive producer.

Filming begins this summer and the new season will air during the 2017-18 season.

“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why ‘The X-Files’ has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide,” said David Madden, President, Fox Broadcasting Company, in a statement. “Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of ‘The X-Files.'”

The original show premiered in 1993 and ran into 2002 for nine seasons, along with two films and a spinoff “Lone Gunmen” series.

Duchovny and Anderson returned to their roles in the 2016 Fox revival limited series – which ran for 6 episodes – to mixed reviews from critics and fans.

It was also recently announced that Duchovny and Anderson would lend their Mulder and Scully voices to an upcoming “X-Files” audiobook, which would flesh out the time between the second movie, “The X-Files: I Want to Believe” in 2006 and the Season 10 revival.

the audiobook will be based on “The X-Files: Season 10” graphic novels by Joe Harris and takes place following a data breach at the FBI that gives a mysterious group access to the X-Files. This forces Mulder and Scully out of anonymity and back into the conspiracy-laden, extraterrestrial world from the show.


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‘The X-Files’ Coming Back Again For New Event Series Next Season

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April 20, 2017 4:15pm



After all the teasing and complex corporate conversations, the truth is finally out there today – The X-Files is coming back for the 2017-2018 season.

Just over three years after the last revival of the Chris Carter created series was announced, Fox said Thursday that a new 10-episode run of the Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny-starrer is set to start production this summer.

“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide,” said Fox Broadcasting Company Prez David Madden today. “Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files.”

Technically, the 11th season of The X-Files, this new run will air on Fox’s schedule either later this year or early next year. Starting off with strong ratings, the six-episode last revival of the FBI conspiracy and alien tracking drama debuted on January 24, 2016 on the very revival friendly FOX. In my review of 2016 The X-Files revival, I said the latest show was “strikingly serious and silly at the same time, the six episodes are actually a lot like the original X-Files — you either go with it or you don’t.” I added, in my video review that, “and if you want to believe (to paraphrase the poster Duchovy’s Fox Mulder had up in the duo’s FBI HQ basement office in the original series), this X-Files is well worth opening up.”

Having spawned a couple of movie and a new recently revealed audio production, the original X-Files TV show ran from 1993 to 2002, with Duchovny stepping back as the obsessed Agent Mulder in Season 8.

With today’s news, this will prove a very busy 2017 for Anderson, who also has a pivotal role as the god Media in the first season of Starz’s April 30 debuting American Gods.


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‘The X-Files’ Deal Finally Done; Revival Set to Return For Second 10-Episode Season

David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and creator Chris Carter have figured out a way to make their schedules work and get the show back in time for next season.

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Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny in “The X-Files.”
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The truth is finally out there, again.

After a long delay, a deal is finally in place to produce a second edition of Fox’s “The X-Files” revival. The show’s three principals — stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, and creator/executive producer Chris Carter — are back for the new installment.

The event series is set to air during the 2017-2018 season, with production set to begin in summer 2017.

“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why ‘The X-Files’ has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide,” said David Madden, President, Fox Broadcasting Company. “Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of ‘The X-Files.’”

It was never in doubt that Fox and 20th Century Fox TV wanted another edition of “The X-Files,” it was only a question of when and how Duchovny, Anderson and Carter could fit it into their busy schedules.

Just a few months ago, Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman said he didn’t expect to have ‘The X-Files’ ready by next season, noting that the clock was getting tight.

“It’s just very difficult,” Newman said in January. “Their lives don’t lend themselves easily to finding time to do this. Gillian lives in London, she has young children. Coming to Vancouver for three or four months is not easy for her, particularly when she has other work commitments. David can be available, and then something big can come along for him. So it’s not easy to find time. We would love to do it again, and I believe there will be a time when it happens, but it does not feel imminent to me.”

In 2016, the return of ‘The X-Files’ drew an “average Multi-Platform audience” of nearly 16 million viewers, the network said, and was last season’s No. 2 broadcast drama.

“The X-Files” originally premiered in September 1993 and ran for nine seasons, earning 16 Emmy Awards, five Golden Globes and a Peabody Award. The show follows FBI special agents Scully (Anderson) and Mulder (Duchovny) as they investigate unexplained cases.

20th Century Fox Television and Carter’s Ten Thirteen Productions, are behind the show. Here’s a first look at key art for the revival revival:


“The X-Files” 2017 Key Art
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‘X-Files’ Event Series to Return to Fox

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April 20, 2017 | 04:15PM PT

The truth is still out there. Again.

Fox has ordered a new 10-episode revival of “The X-Files,” the classic television sci-fi drama that returned to the network’s air with a limited series last year. The new installments — billed as a continuation of the 10-episode 2016 run, will premiere during the 2017-18 television season. The production will again reunite original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson with series creator and showrunner Chris Carter, and is slated to begin production this summer.

“The X-Files” tells the story of Fox Mulder (Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Anderson), paranormal investigators for the FBI.

“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why ‘The X-Files’ has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide,” said David Madden, President, Fox Broadcasting Company. “Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of ‘The X-Files’.”

The 2016 limited-series revival of “The X-Files” averaged a multiplatform audience of 16 million viewers, according to Fox. It also averaged a 4.8 rating in the 18-49 demo, according to Nielsen live-plus-seven numbers, making it the fifth highest-rated broadcast series of the season.

“The X-Files” premiered on Fox in 1993. It became one of the definitive programs of the network’s early years, earning 16 Primetime Emmy Awards over its initial nine-season run.

Fox in recent years has leaned heavily into revivals of successful past series, bringing back “X-Files”and “Prison Break,” which is currently in the middle of a nine-episode run, as well as “24: Legacy” earlier this season.

The 2016 “X-Files” revival received a lukewarm reception from critics. In his review for Variety, Brian Lowry wrote, “While the performers have aged in only the most flattering of ways, and Fox has milked the build-up for all it’s worth, there’s a feeling that everyone is just going through the motions, despite the durability of the show’s central conceit about distrusting authority and the prospect of shadowy conspiracies reaching into the highest levels of government and business.”

Fox on Thursday also released teaser art for the new “X-Files”:




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April 20, 2017 4:15pm PT by Michael O'Connell

'The X-Files' Revived Again for 10 New Episodes at Fox


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A continuation of the 2016 event series, the run will air during the 2017-18 season.

The truth is still out there, and Fox appears determined to find it. Little more than a year after the brief-but-successful return of The X Files, the network has firmed up plans for another limited revival.

Fox announced Thursday that The X-Files will return for the 2017-18 broadcast season with 10 new episodes. Stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are both signed on to reprise their roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. Creator and executive producer Chris Carter is on board as well. Fox executives have been vocal in their interest to produce more X-Files since the last year, but scheduling conflicts held up any official renewal.

“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators — these are the hallmarks of great TV shows," said FBC president David Madden. "And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide. Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files.”

Pricey as the vintage TV property may be, the 20th Century Fox TV production remains a favorite at both the network and the studio. Its revival averaged a 4.8 rating among adults 18-49 and 13.6 million viewers in live-plus-7 ratings — making it the No. 3 scripted show for the season behind Empire and The Big Bang Theory. Fox says an average 16 million viewers watched once multiplatform views were tallied.

For those keeping track, The X-Files is the clear ratings winner in Fox's streak of revivals, outpacing both iterations of 24 — the 2015 event series and spinoff Legacy — and the current brief stint for Prison Break.

More X-Files will be a much-needed shot in the arm on the drama front. Fox still has Empire — but not much else. Freshman Lethal Weapon is the only breakout in its freshman crop, and the recently departed Bones is expected to be joined by several hourlong series that won't return to the lineup next year. On the pilot front, options are relatively slim. Two (Neal Baer's The Beast, and Matt Reeves' The Passage) of Fox's six drama pilots have been pushed off-cycle. Remaining in contention are its Behind Enemy Lines reboot, a college sexual assault project, an Emily VanCamp medical entry and a Marvel take on X-Men. (Already picked up to series is Seth MacFarlane's hourlong space dramedy Orville.)

The 2016 run of The X-Files was billed as self-contained, but the choice to end the episodes with a cliffhanger implied that additional episodes were an inevitability. It certainly helps matters that David Duchovny's latest full-time gig, NBC drama Aquarius, has since been canceled. Anderson, however, still has British import The Fall and Starz's upcoming American Gods adaptation.

Production for the new X-Files episodes is set to begin summer 2017. In the meantime, there's this new teaser art.


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The X-Files Returns! Fox Orders Second Installment

By NATALIE ABRAMS • @NATALIEABRAMS
Posted on April 20, 2017 at 7:38pm EDT


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A version of this article originally appeared on EW.com.

The truth is still out there…

Fox has ordered a second installment of The X-Files event series, the network announced Thursday.

The new 10-episode installment will feature David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their roles as FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, respectively, while creator Chris Carter will be back as an executive producer.

“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators – these are the hallmarks of great TV shows,” said David Madden, president of Fox. “And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide. Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files.

The series, which originally debuted in September 1993 for a nine-season run, returned in 2016 for a six-episode revival that drew an average multi-platform audience of nearly 16 million viewers, becoming last season’s No. 2 broadcast drama.

The news of another installment comes as no real surprise. At the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour, Madden told reporters that while the deal-making is “complex” on the show due to the schedules of Duchovny and Anderson, the network expected “to have an announcement shortly.” Madden also noted there would likely be more episodes — true to his word, there will be 10 hours, versus the first installment’s six.

Production on The X-Files is set to begin in summer, with the event series airing sometime during the 2017-2018 season.


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Fox is reopening 'The X-Files' for 2017-18 season

Bill Keveney , USA TODAY Published 7:14 p.m. ET April 20, 2017 | Updated 31 minutes ago


FBI agents Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson), left, and Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) will be back for another 10 episodes of Fox's 'The X-Files,' beginning production this summer.(Photo: Ed Araquel, FOX)

Another installment of The X-Files is out there — and it's coming to Fox during the 2017-18 TV season.

The network Thursday announced a second edition of its X-Files revival, with stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson and creator Chris Carter all back on board. Production will begin during the summer on the 10-episode event series, which features Duchovny and Anderson playing FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.

Fox Broadcasting president Dave Madden welcomed the return of the show, which became a huge hit during its initial series run on Fox in the 1990s.

“Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators — these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files  has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide,” Madden said in a statement accompanying the announcement. "Chris’s creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon."


The truth will be out there on your TV when 'The X-Files' returns to Fox for a 10-episode event series in the coming TV season. (Photo: Fox)

The X-Files, which follows Mulder and Scully as they investigate unexplained and often paranormal cases, returned last year as a six-episode event series more than a decade after the end of its original run, averaging nearly 16 million viewers across multiple platforms, according to Fox.

Over its original nine-season run, which began in 1993, The X-Files earned 16 Emmys, five Golden Globes and a Peabody Award.


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