Gillian Anderson Is (Probably) Done With The X-Files-And That's OK!


Gillian Anderson Is (Probably) Done With The X-Files-And That's OK!

Video released during New York Comic Con on Sunday provides the first look at the beloved sci-fi show's new 10-episode season that premieres in early 2018.

Intriguing images to be sure.

Check out the trailer and follow along with Nerdcore Movement as we will recap the entire season next year!

"I think this will be it for me", she responded when one fan asked if there would be a 12th season of the show. Their former boss Walter Skinner will also have a major role to play.

At the epic conclusion of last season, all hope seemed lost as Mulder's life depended on whether Scully could somehow locate their son, William.

Of course, there's always a chance that Anderson will change her mind between now and when season 11 debuts in January.

Carter resurrected all sorts of things, also saying "Never say never" to another X-Files movie. "You'll see more of [their son] William than you've seen in a long time", Entertainment Weekly reports.

The 10-episode season is executive-produced by Chris Carter, and stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson.

Pileggi said he was happy to finally be in a Darin Morgan episode.

"Gabe Rotter (who served as a writers assistant on Season 9), Benjamin Van Allen (a writers assistant on Season 10) and Brad Follmer (Carter's personal assistant during Season 8 and 9)."

The trailer picks up with Scully back on her feet, but on a renewed search for her and Mulder's son, William. He confirmed that no one from the X-Files had contacted him about returning, though.

Although Carter did insist The X-Files is "currently trying to live in a more diverse world", that doesn't change the fact that the two seasons of the revival were written and directed nearly entirely by men.



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