The X-Files, the famous sci-fi TV show from the ’90s is back after 13 years of absence
The moment many Sci-Fi/Paranormal fans from the ?90s have been waiting for is finally here, the confirmation for the return of The X-Files.
As a ?90s kid, The X-Files is one of the shows me and cousins watch everytime it is on. For a young kid, this show can be quite scary especially the intro music they use but for a teen, this is one the best Sci-Fi/Paranormal series that is surely entertaining?it is like an adult version of Are You Afraid of the Dark.
Recently, Fox has announced that the hit Sci-Fi show is now finally returning to the small screen. However, they may only air a few episodes and it is going to be like an ?event?, as they call it.
The X-Files is now returning to local TV, Fox confirmed it and production will start soon
According to The Guardian, the show along with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson is now back as Agent Scully and Mulder after 13-years of absence.
Chris Carter, the show?s creator described the long absence as ?a 13-year commercial break? and he also said [via The Guardian] ?The good news is the world has only gotten that much stranger, a perfect time to tell these six stories.?
Meanwhile, Dana Walden and Gary Newman, chair and CEO of Fox Television said [via The Guardian] ?We had the privilege of working with Chris on all nine seasons of The X-Files ? one of the most rewarding creative experiences of our careers ? and we couldn?t be more excited to explore that incredible world with him again.?
This is truly exciting and as a Sci-Fi fan, I really couldn?t wait to see Agent Mulder and Agent Scully back on the small screen. They have perfect chemistry and the way they portray their characters is totally irreplaceable.
The X-Files will being production this coming summer, as stated on The Guardian and they will only feature six episodes. There?s still no news yet whether these six episodes will be connected to the original series but let?s just hope that it is.
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