Fans were a bit mixed on the quality of the recent X-Files revival miniseries, but one thing’s for certain — the ratings were actually pretty good. So Fox is keen to keep the series alive for at least another year.
Fans were understandably bummed when Fox’s up-front presentations for the new season didn’t include news on a new season of The X-Files, but don’t worry — Mulder and Scully are almost certainly coming back, eventually.
Whew, boy. The long-awaited revival of The X-Files proved a ratings hit for Fox, and creator Chris Carter definitely stuck to his classic formula when it came to the miniseries. Case in point: that latest season (series?) finale.
We’re all understandably psyched about The X-Files’ long-awaited return, but some fans are a bit worried about why they decided to shake up the episode order so close to the premiere date. So the man himself has made an effort to explain the changes.
In the second of our exclusive video episode post mortems with Chris Carter, the man with the mythology tells us the genesis of the story with writer James Wong and what William means to the bigger story