A reboot for the hit ’90s supernatural TV show ‘The X-Files’ might be possible
Sci-Fi, supernatural fans are probably in glee right now especially those that are a big fan of The X-Files. The hit ?90s TV show is now being considered for a reboot according to huffingtonpost.
As said on that report, it was revealed that the network is in talks about the new installment for the series. Fox CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman recently revealed that they had a conversation about the series and Newman said ?It?s true that we?ve had some conversations on ‘X-Files, We?re hopeful of being able to bring that back at some point.?
In case you are wondering what The X-Files is, according to their wiki page, it is a supernatural, Sci-Fi, drama that stars David Duchovny as Agent Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson as Agent Dana Scully. Mulder is a conspiracy theorist and his partner, Scully, is a skeptic and would often times counter Mulder?s theory of the paranormal.
Will David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson be included in this installment?
There?s still no confirmed news if they will also return back as the two major cast of The X-Files. However, Gillian Anderson (Agent Dana Scully) showed her enthusiasm when Chris and Matt of the nerdist.com asked her about The X-Files reboot 2015 during an interview and she said that ?I would be f***ing overjoyed?
Personal thoughts for The X-Files reboot
Personally, The X-Files reboot is a wonderful idea and would really make many fans happy. The conspiracy they have on this series is wonderful and people who love a good mystery will certainly like this one.
The show features aliens, creatures, myths, cryptids, mutants, the paranormal and many other things. It has the right balance of horror and suspense with an occasional addition of drama?especially when Scully almost died because of cancer in the fourth season. Let?s now forget the mystery and the plot twist of the series?i.e. the smoking man.
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