Fox Teases More 'X-Files' For 2017-18

It looks as if all that talk about more "X-Files" miniseries is more than, well, just talk.

Deadline reports Fox seems to be pushing ahead with another event series, and is involved in "ongoing" conversations with creator Chris Carter and stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. The next installment of "The X-Files" is tentatively targeted for the 2017-2018 season.

"I can tell you that all of them would like to do more of these, and certainly the network and studio want to do more,” Fox TV Co-Chair Gary Newman said in an upfront press call. He said the discussions with Carter, Duchovny and Anderson have concerned schedules and "what kind of episodic order makes sense."

“Hopefully, this time next year we will have more news." said Co-Chair Dana Walden.

Carter has signaled for months that both he and the network would love a follow-up to January's "X-Files" revival, saying, "there’s an appetite for more in the future."

Although the six-episode miniseries received mixed reaction from critics, it was a ratings hit for Fox.

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