Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman confirmed this weekend that the network is in talks for a new installment of the wildly popular series The X-Files. The series, created by Chris Carter , and starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, was ended a successful nine year run on the network in 2002.
Fellow Fox TV Group chairman Dana Walden added conversations have taken place but they were preliminary. She added that creator Carter and stars Duchovny and Anderson, will be involved if they are available. No word yet on what the proposed storyline would center around, but knowing “Spooky” Mulder it would certainly involve extraterrestrial beings.
Over the summer, Chris Carter hinted that there were conversations with Fox regarding the show but many speculated that those talks revolved around a third movie in the franchise.
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