The law is out there and it’s this: Fox is re-resurrecting “The X-Files.”
Following final year’s successful revival, a network announced Thursday that it has systematic a second section to “The X-Files” eventuality series.
Stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny will once again reprise their roles as Dana Scully and Fox Mulder for a 10-episode installment, that will again be executive constructed by creator Chris Carter.
“Chris’ creativity, along with a shining work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this cocktail enlightenment phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what uninformed mysteries Mulder and Scully expose in this subsequent section of ‘The X-Files,’ ” said David Madden, boss of Fox Broadcasting Co., in a statement.
“The X-Files,” that ran for 9 seasons from 1993 by 2001 in a initial run, was regenerated as a six-episode eventuality array final year. It drew an normal of 16 million viewers opposite mixed platforms.
Production on a subsequent section in a eventuality array will start this summer, and a array is slated to air during a 2017-18 season.